The U.S. dollar looked listless on Friday, sliding against a handful of its major rivals but rallying against some emerging markets amid worries over further sanctions on Turkey. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index which measures the greenback against six developed market rivals, slipped 0.4% to 96.303. The gauge is on track for a 0.1% loss this week”its worst performance in four weeks, according to FactSet. The buck weakened most notably against the Canadian dollar which rallied on the back of an inflation report. The data showed that Canada™s consumer prices rose 3% in the year leading up to...

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