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The U.S. Dollar finished lower, pressured by increased appetite for risky assets, despite a call from Treasury Secretary Geithner for a stronger currency. Trading remained subdued today ahead of central bank meetings on February 4th and the U.S. Jobs Data Report on the 5th.

Technical factors helped draw selling pressure to the Dollar. At the start of the week, the Dollar Index, a trade weighted basket of currencies, was at overbought levels based on the Relative Strength Index and the Stochastics Oscillator. In addition, traders remain less skittish this week about seeking higher risk assets. Low volume also contributed to the loss in the Dollar. Noticeably absent was a major stopper in the market.

The Dollar was under pressure from the New York opening, following a weak overnight showing. A comment from Treasury Secretary Geithner regarding a tighter U.S. budget and a stronger Dollar did trigger a pause in the weakness about mid-session, but that move did not materialize into anything substantial. Higher demand for gold, crude oil and equities held the Dollar in check most of the day and pressured it into the close.

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