Dollar Holds Three-Day Gain as Jobs Data May Spur Fed on Rates

  • Gauge of the greenback rises most in three days since November
  • Economists predict U.S. payrolls climbed by 200,000 in April

No June Rate Hike Keeps Fed Off Table All Rear: Pursche

The dollar held the biggest three-day advance since November, before U.S. employment data Friday, as policy makers reiterated that June’s Federal Reserve meeting will be "live" for a potential interest-rate increase.

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