Aussie dollar rises after better-than-expected jobs data
SINGAPORE, July 11
SINGAPORE, July 11 (Reuters) - The Australian dollar rose on Thursday after data showed a surprise increase in Australian employment in June, a result that may lessen the chances of the central bank lowering interest rates further in the near term.
The Australian dollar rose to as high as $0.9249 after the jobs data, from around $0.9221 beforehand. The Aussie dollar last stood at $0.9231, still below a two-week high of $0.9300 set earlier on Thursday.
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