The German Manufacturing Purchasing Manager’s Index remained at a better-than-expected 52 for the month of August. The expectation was for a contraction in Germany’s manufacturing activity.
The result provided a lift to the euro gaining half a percent on the dollar and was trading $1.4436 as of 8:36 a.m. in London.
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