By Stephen Culp
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar lost ground on Thursday, ending its first two-day winning streak in two weeks as disappointing labor market data tempered expectations for a speedy economic recovery from the global health crisis.
"Right around 2 am this morning the dollar got sold across the board," said Erik Bregar, head of FX strategy at Exchange Bank of Canada in Toronto.
"(That was) a precursor to the further weakness we're seeing today."
Bitcoin eased off its record high of $52,640 reached.