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Dollar edges higher as U.S. shutdown avoided

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The dollar edged higher Monday as a U.S. government shutdown was evaded. 

The dollar list was up 0.14% at 99.03 with many markets in Asia and Europe shut for the Labor Day occasion. 

Congressional administrators have concurred a spending arrangement to keep the government supported all the way to the finish of the current financial year. 

Financial specialists kept on processing weaker-than-anticipated U.S. to begin with quarter GDP figures. 

The dollar was firm over 111 yen as eyes stayed on improvements in the Korean promontory. 

The euro edged beneath $1.09 however remained supported by a hop in center euro-zone CPI. 

The pound fell however held above $1.29 as the EU throughout the end of the week set intense Brexit terms.

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