Nov 3 (Reuters) - The dollar rose broadly after the release of U.S. manufacturing and services sector data that beat estimates, reversing an earlier slide after an underwhelming jobs report.
The euro EUR= turned negative against the dollar, falling to its lowest level of the day after the U.S. factory orders and ISM non-manufacturing PMI data, and the dollar turned positive against the Japanese yen JPY= , erasing earlier losses.
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