While yen's free fall continues in early US session, Dollar stabilizes mildly. Economic data from US are supportive. Initial jobless claims rose 2k to 244k in the week ended June 24. That's the 121 straight week of sub-300k reading. Four week moving average dropped 2.75k to 242.25k. Continuing claims rose 6k to 1.948m in the week ended June 17. It stayed below 2m mark for 11 straight week. Q1 GDP growth was revised up to 1.4% annualized, from 1.2% annualized. GDP price index was revised down to 1.9%, from 2.2%. Overall, there is no sign in bottoming in the greenback yet and it's still vulnerable to further selloff against Euro, Sterling, Franc, Canadian and Australian. For the week so far, Sterling is the strongest, followed by Euro and then Canadian.