You have to pivot or perish, and not to be scared to take chances.
The single currency rocketed to $1.1845, supported by a weaker US dollar across the board, while EU’s Dombrovskis stated that the commission was ready to react with new economic measures if necessary.
The cable mounted from $1.2908 to $1.2983 as an EU executive said in an official statement on Tuesday the bloc was ready to keep on negotiating a new trade arrangement with Britain.
The Japanese yen pierced to 105.29 per dollar as the brightening mood weakens the greenback, but the simultaneous rise in U.S. yields attracts investment flows from Japan out of yen and in to dollars.
The Aussie vaulted to $0.7075 following the quarterly retail sales was up a solid 6.8% from a year ago, which means private consumption likely made a positive contribution to third-quarter gross domestic product growth.
The South African rand weakened to 16.44 against the dollar in early trade on Tuesday as broader risk sentiment was curbed by caution ahead of a deadline to reach an agreement for a U.S. coronavirus stimulus package.
The dollar-rupee inched lower by 5 cents to 40.25(selling) on the domestic market.
10:00 - GBP - CPI (YoY)(Sep)
11:30 - EUR - ECB President Lagarde Speaks
16:30 - CAD - Core CPI (MoM)(Sep), Core Retail Sales(MoM)(Aug)
18:30 - USD - Crude Oil Inventories