The dollar index was about flat ahead of BoJ, Fed and BoE meetings and key October data slated for next week, amid consolidation of hefty greenback and Treasury yields gains since July.
Those Treasury and dollar gains also sent the S&P 500 down 7.8%, leading the Fed to acknowledge financial tightening.
The desire to book hefty profits on long dollar and short Treasuries trades persisted despite U.S. economic data continuing to beat forecasts on average versus euro zone data disappointments and UK upside surprises collapsing from summer highs.
Japanese data have modestly beat expectations and inflation remains well above the BoJ's target, not least because of the central bank's ultra-accommodative -0.1% policy rate and 1% cap on 10-year JGB yields next week's meeting may revise.
was flat, as Treasury yields were little affected by strong September consumer spending and 's as-forecast rises from the prior month and year ago.
Also looked past was Michigan's 1-year consumer inflation outlook being revised up to 4.2% from 3.8%.
EUR/USD ran into sellers ahead of Wednesday's highs as investors looked ahead to a full slate of event risks including next Wednesday's ADP, ISM, JOLTS, Treasury issuance plans and Fed Chair Jerome Powell's post-FOMC presser.
Jobless claims on Thursday segue into Friday's employment report, seen hampered by , and services ISM.
fell 0.6% after Thursday's new 2023 high at 150.78 and a 10% rally from July's lows.
Friday's lows broke the uptrend line across September-October lows at 149.64, a close below which could see the key kijun support at 149.04 tested next.
The selloff was led by falling 2-year Treasury-JGB yields spreads, profit-taking and an unexpected rebound in.
fell 0.1%, and off earlier highs by the 10-day moving average amid the broader dollar pullback, with prices hovering near October's lows and on the BoE-Fed outlook.
The conflict inwill be watched into the weekend as tensions in the region build and crude prices rose roughly 3% on Friday.
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