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The Shared currency regained traction to $1.1880 with investors digesting U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin request on Thursday for the Federal Reserve to return funds earmarked for COVID-19 lending to businesses, nonprofits and local governments.
The Cable initially dropped to $1.3200 after The Times newspaper reported that Macron and other EU leaders urged the European Commission to publish no-deal plans as the December 31 deadline approaches but later recovered to $1.3283 ahead of U.K's retail sales.
The Japanese yen gained to 103.80/dlr after Japan’s Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Friday, the Finance Ministry and Bank of Japan are cooperating well for financial stability.
The Aussie dollar slightly changed at $0.7293 despite the Australian labour market performed significantly better than expected in October.
South Africa's rand strengthened to 15.40 against the U.S dollar following S.A. central bank's decision to hold rates gave scant support and traders await a sovereign rating review today.
The dollar-rupee unchanged at 40.20(selling).
11:00 - GBP - Retail Sales
12:15 - EUR - ECB President Lagarde Speaks
17:30 - CAD - Core Retail Sales (MoM) (Sep)