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The single currency cascaded to $1.1733, on broad dollar strength, after a tweet from U.S. President Donald Trump raised fresh concerns over politicians' ability to reach a deal on coronavirus relief funding.
The cable nudged higher to $1.3085 following an interview published today from Deputy Governor Ramsden that the Bank of England will step up on quantitative easing if the British economy slows and struggles again.
The Japanese Yen suffered overnight losses to 106.20 against the greenback despite Japan's economic data welcomed positive signals, with better-than-expected current account and trade balance data.
The Aussie mounted 30 pips to $0.7174, shrugging off NAB business survey out Tuesday showing confidence taking a turn for the worse in July, while coronavirus woes kept dominating with Australia’s Victoria state marking another record-high death toll of 331.
The rand tumbled to 17.74 per dollar amid China retaliated to the U.S. moves of sanctioning their policymakers by increasing hardships for 11 American diplomats. South Africa resumes trading after a holiday.
The Mauritian rupee plunged by 7 cents against the dollar undermined after the central bank's intervention on the FX market.
12:30 - GBP - Average Earnings Index + Bonus (Jun)
12:30 - GBP - Claimant Count Change (Jul)
13:00 - EUR - German ZEW Economic Sentiment (Aug)
16:00 - USD - EIA Short-Term Energy Outlook
16:30 - USD - PPI (MoM)(Jul)