This week’s economic calendar was action-packed, with market dynamics mostly hinging on inflation updates and their impact on monetary policy sentiment. The Aussie dollar took pole position thanks to more data from Australia signaling sticky inflation conditions, while the Greenback fell to last place thanks to new signals of falling inflation conditions in the U.S.

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