Data earlier showed that China’s official manufacturing purchasing managers’ index ticked down to 49.9 in July from 50.0 the previous month, compared to expectations for an unchanged reading.
However, the Caixin manufacturing PMI rose to 50.6 last month from 48.6 in June, compared to expectations for an uptick to 48.7.
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And SL at high 0.7635
The greenback found mild support after the Commerce Department said on Tuesday that personal spending increased more than expected, by 0.4% in June, while household spending also climbed 0.4% in May.