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The single currency nudged higher to $1.1890, amid broad-based losses in the US dollar, as U.S Republicans and Democrats were miles away from approving the highly-anticipated fiscal stimulus deal. Wednesday's release of the Federal Reserve minutes looms on the horizon.
The cable soared to $1.3135, buoyed by Britain and the European Union resumption of talks to try to agree a trade deal before the end of 2020.
The safe-haven yen surged to 105.60 against the U.S dollar, following US Commerce Department also announced that it added 38 Huawei facilities to the US' economic blacklist, reviving concerns over a further escalation in Beijing-Washington relations.
The Aussie mounted to $0.7224, pressured by the central bank reaffirming the outlook for steady policy this morning.
The South African rand began the week stronger at 17.50 per greenback after President Ramaphosa announced a sweeping removal of lockdown restrictions over the weekend.
The Mauritian rupee steadied at 40.10(selling) against the dollar on the local market.
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