Trader at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange 17 July, 2003 in the Eurodollar Futures pit in Chicago. The US dollar gained ground against the euro, helped along by firm US data, including a key regional indicator showing business growth, analysts said. The single European currency traded for 1.1175 USD from 1.1212 late on 16 July in New York. AFP PHOTO/Jeff HAYNES
Vince D'Agostino (VXD), Joe Dicaro (J0JO) and Evangelos Malfas (AXM) watch the boards as trading nears an end for the week in the S&P 500 Futures trading pit Friday, Aug. 9, 2002, at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
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