The dollar has been riding high and is looking for another boost Thursday from a dovish European Central Bank.
The greenback made new multiyear highs against the yen and euro Wednesday, ahead of the ECB meeting. The dollar has been rising as U.S. monetary policy diverges from that of Japan and the eurozone. The U.S. economy is also stronger, and that is expected to show up in another 200,000 plus jobs report Friday.
While the ECB is not expected to take any new steps at its rate meeting Thursday, traders have been anticipating a dovish ECB President Mario Draghi, who holds a briefing after the meeting.
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