Euro hits session low vs dlr after Bullard comments

LONDON, March 29 (Reuters) – The euro fell to a session low
against the dollar on Tuesday after Federal Reserve official
James Bullard said the Fed’s $600 billion asset purchase
programme could be trimmed by some $100 billion. [ID:nPRC003447]

The euro (EUR=: Quote, Profile, Research) was down around 0.1 percent on the day,
hitting a session low of $1.4060 on EBS trading platform after
falling through reported bids at $1.4080.

Traders said reported sovereign bids at $1.4050 could limit
losses in the single currency, however.

(Reporting by London Forex team)

Euro hits session low vs dlr after Bullard comments