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FXstreet.com (Córdoba) - The dollar trades lower versus its European rival sand the yen Monday, as uncertainty over the US government shutdown and the upcoming debate on the debt ceiling continued to weigh on the currency.

EUR/USD rose to a high of 1.3590 but lacked momentum to approach 1.3600, while GBP/USD pushed to a daily high of 1.6080. Meanwhile the dollar also lost ground against the perceived safe-havens as the yen and the franc with USD/JPY touching a fresh 6-week low of 96.85.

On the other hand, the USD rose modestly versus commodity currencies while European stocks traded broadly lower, given the cautious tone prevailing in financial markets.

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Flash: US shutdown continues. EUR/USD sub.13600. What’s next? – Commerzbank and Danske Bank

EMU: Sentix Investor Confidence falls in October against projections

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