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U.S stocks end week higher – Tax Bill vote; USD recovers breaking AUD winning streak. Gold trimmed gains after 1260.60 test.
U.S stocks rebounded on Friday on hopes tax reform will pass its vote. The USD recovered to the JPY and CAD and made gains to AUD and EUR. Gold trimmed gains but finished higher on Friday.read more
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