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The dollar rose slightly on Thursday after the decision to hold US President Donald Trump accountable, while his Australian counterpart jumped after an unexpected decline in the unemployment rate.
The pound remained under pressure due to renewed concerns about a chaotic exit from Britain from the European Union. It reached 1.3081 dollars in the latest dealings, after dropping by two percent in two days.
Dollar traders were optimistic after a majority of the US House of Representatives voted to approve Trump's accountability.
The dollar rose slightly against the Japanese yen to 109.56 yen.
The dollar index, which tracks the performance of the US currency against six major currencies, hovered at 97.347, as it did not move far from the six-day high of 97.475 that touched it on Wednesday.
The Australian dollar rose to trade against $ 0.6883 after strong job data indicating that the Australian labor market may have enough movement that reduces the need for further rate cuts. And recorded in the latest trading of 0.6878 USD.
In New Zealand, better-than-expected economic growth data in the third quarter prompted the New Zealand dollar to rise from a one-week low of $ 0.6592.
The euro held close to Wednesday's low of $ 1.1109, ignoring a survey whose results were better than expected for German companies' confidence. The euro recorded the last trading of $ 1.1126. Ended 29 / p