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The Shared currency nosedived to $1.1753 after a resurgent U.S dollar gained sharply after virus fears and worries over delays in fresh U.S. stimulus drove a wave of selling in just about every other asset market.
The Cable plummeted to $1.2800 on comments from Patrick Vallance, Britain’s chief scientific adviser that there could be 50,000 new infections every day by mid-October if the virus continues at its current rate and ahead of BoE's governor Bailey speech.
The Safe Haven yen dropped to 104.55/dlr on US dollar broad strength amid risk-off mood and a closed Japanese market.
The Aussie dollar slipped to $0.7215 backed up by Deputy Governor Guy Debelle speech that the Australian central bank is assessing various monetary policy options including currency market intervention and negative rates to meet its inflation and employment goals.
The South African rand reversed gains to 16.82 against the U.S dollar on a global market sell-off spurred by rising coronavirus cases in Europe and dwindling prospects for another economic aid package in the United States.
The dollar-rupee crawled by 5 cents to 40.25(selling) on the local market.
11:30 - GBP - BoE Gov Bailey Speaks
18:00 - USD - Existing home sales
18:30 - Fed Chair Powell Testifies