* Wall St dips, technical support eyed (Adds U.S. market open, changes byline, dateline; previous LONDON)
* Dollar set for biggest one-day loss vs. euro since mid-March
WASHINGTON, June 2 - The U.S. economy's recent poor performance may be more than transitory, as the full impact of weak consumer spending, low investment and a strong dollar become apparent, Federal Reserve board member Lael Brainard said on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON, June 2 - The U.S. economy's recent poor performance may be more than transitory, as the full impact of weak consumer spending, low investment and the high value of the dollar become apparent, Federal Reserve board member Lael Brainard said on Tuesday.
* Canadian dollar at C$1.2455, or 80.29 U.S. cents * Bond prices lower across the maturity curve TORONTO, June 2 - The Canadian dollar won back some value against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday on the back of a rising euro currency and buoyant crude oil prices. "We're owing our strength to the euro rally here, but then it could peter out at any time depending on news there, so it's tenuous," said Don Mikolich, executive director for foreign exchange sales at CIBC World Ma
* Wall St seen opening lower (Updates prices, adds fresh quote in 16th paragraph)
MOSCOW, June 2 - Russia's central bank halted its one-year foreign exchange repo because current market conditions do not require it, the bank;s First Deputy Governor Ksenia Yudaeyva said on Tuesday.
* Dollar pops above 125 yen for first time since late 2002 (Recasts after euro zone data, adds quotes)
* France, German, IMF, ECB, EU leaders meet on Greece (Recasts with euro zone inflation data)
LONDON, June 2 - European shares dipped on Tuesday while German bond yields rose, with investors in the dark over whether a high-level meeting on Greece's debt crisis might herald a significant breakthrough.
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