Opportunities come infrequently. When it rains gold, put out the bucket, not the thimble.
The single currency slammed to $1.2123 as the Federal Reserve on Wednesday vowed to keep funnelling cash into financial markets until the U.S. economic recovery is secure, but then recovered to $1.2228 on investor's pessimism.
The cable bolstered to $1.3560 on comments from EU's chief executive on Wednesday that she could not say if there would be a trade deal with Britain, but there had been progressed and the next few days would be critical.
The Japanese Yen popped to 103.30 against the greenback despite there have been progressed toward agreeing a U.S. stimulus package.
The Aussie dollar rallied to $0.7595 following Australian employment blew past forecasts with a rise of 90,000 in November, driving the jobless rate down to 6.8% when analysts had looked for 7.0%.
The South African rand jostled to 14.78 per dollar on the back of broad dollar weakness amid Trump administration labelled various countries as currency manipulators, affecting his vow to close the U.S trade gap.
The dollar-rupee sunk by 23 cents to 39.80(selling), crushed by the intervention of the central bank on the domestic market.
14:00 - EUR - CPI (YoY)(Nov)
16:00 - GBP - BoE Interest Rate Decision(Dec)
17:30 - USD - Building Permits (Nov)
17:30 - USD - Initial Jobless Claims
17:30 - USD - Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index(Dec)