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The single currency plummeted to $1.1706, undermined by increasing coronavirus cases in the EU, leading to restrictive measures in the Union. Major attention will be given to the today's speech by Fed Chair Powell for a better view of the markets.
The cable wiggled around $1.2925, even though BOE Governor Bailey downbeat comments on likely no-deal Brexit welcomed fears, while Moody's downgraded Uk on Friday.
The Yen pair recently picked up bids to 105.43 per dollar as US President Trump rekindled hopes of a bigger stimulus package to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) as well as giving assurance to have the vaccine soon.
The sentiment-linked Aussie tumbled to $0.7190, after China's gross domestic product grew 4.9% in the September quarter from a year earlier, slower than forecast.
The rand soared to 16.52 against the dollar, buoyed by external factors like the upcoming presidential elections in the United States, and wrangling over an economic stimulus package between U.S Democrats and Republicans.
The pair stayed put at 40.30(selling) on the domestic market.
16:00 - USD - Fed Chair Powell Speaks
16:45 - EUR - ECB President Lagarde speaks