The Dollar smackdown continued and with the yen and franc rounding out the group of biggest underperformers, it looks like broad risk sentiment outweighed most drivers this week.  This is likely why the Kiwi took the top spot without a major catalyst from New Zealand, followed by the Aussie and Sterling thanks to relatively hawkish central bank speak. 

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