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FXstreet.com (Córdoba) - The USD trades virtually unchanged on the day, with majors oscillating in very tight ranges as the post-Fed momentum seems to be fading away.

The Fed's inaction Wednesday led to an USD slump, but the greenback has managed to trim and in some cases (CAD, JPY) to erase completely post-FOMC losses over the last sessions. However, Friday’s has characterized by quiet trading.

EUR/USD hovers around 1.3550, while GBP/USD holds below 1.6100. Meanwhile, the USD/JPY has settled above 99.00, having dropped to 97.75 Wednesday as USD/CHF clings to 0.9100.

The CAD is the worst performer among commodity currencies, with USD/CAD trading just below 1.0300 ahead of Canada CPI figures. AUD/USD is a tad softer around 0.9430 and NZD/USD is virtually unchanged at the 0.8680 zone.

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