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The single currency hammered to $1.1680 as investors grow increasingly worried about surging coronavirus infections in France and Spain, raising the risk of fresh lockdowns in Europe.
The cable nosedived to $1.2685 after British Prime Minister Johnson unveiled on Tuesday new stricter restrictions on business activity to tackle a second wave of the coronavirus.
The Japanese Yen plunged to 105.19 per dollar undermined by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell speech that the U.S. economy will suffer without stimulus, urging spending.
The Aussie hit a six-week low at $0.7115 following a speech by Reserve Bank of Australia Deputy Governor Debelle on Tuesday where he signalled the likelihood of more monetary easing.
The rand tumbled to 16.88 against the greenback powered by data showing U.S. home sales surged to their highest level in nearly 14 years in August.
The dollar-rupee bolstered by 10 cents to 40.35(selling), tracking demand for the greenback across the board.
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15:50 - JPY - BoJ Monetary Policy Statement
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