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The single currency soared to $1.1880, before retreating to $1.1850 as optimism about potential U.S. pandemic relief spending increased market mood. Thursday's U.S presidential debate is set to give fresh impetus.
The cable vaulted to $1.3135 after a Bloomberg report that Brexit negotiations were due to start again after halting abruptly last week, aiming to reach a new trade deal by mid-November.
The safe-haven yen rocketed to 104.31 against the greenback after U.S. President Trump and House Speaker Pelosi boosted hopes an agreement on stimulus was close.
The Aussie breathed higher to $0.7137 amid market eyeing for Manufacturing and Services PMI data tomorrow morning.
The South African rand climbed to 16.25 per dollar as risk-taking globally was further boosted by hopes of a breakthrough in stimulus talks in the United States.
The dollar-rupee stayed afloat 40.25(selling) following Bank of Mauritius intervention on the forex market.
13:25 - GBP - BOE Gov Bailey Speaks
16:30 - USD - Initial Jobless Claims
18:00 - USD - Existing Home Sales (Sep)