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The Shared currency extended losses to $1.1814 on growing expectations the European Central Bank would roll out more stimulus after ECB official red-flagged the euro appreciation.
The Pound Sterling fell to $1.3298 as U.K. policymakers warned that Britain's economy could suffer more damage than anticipated by the Bank of England last month.
The Japanese yen edged lower to 106.30 against the greenback, ignoring Wednesday's weaker than expected U.S. ADP report.
The Aussie dollar remained on the back foot at $0.7316 as downbeat data from Australia and China weighing heavily on the currency.
The South African rand lost traction to 16.87/dlr after nationwide electricity blackouts by state firm Eskom for a second day rekindled concerns about the country's ability to shake off recession and a fiscal crisis.
The Mauritian rupee is unchanged at 40.20(Selling) following Bank of Mauritius' intervention on the domestic market on Wednesday.
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