Dollar Holds Three-Day Gain as Jobs Data May Spur Fed on RatesBy
Gauge of the greenback rises most in three days since November
Economists predict U.S. payrolls climbed by 200,000 in April
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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