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The Shared currency gained traction to $1.2286 with investors looking past a Senate delay in U.S. stimulus checks and continuing to bet that additional financial aid is still likely.
The Cable surged to $1.3545 on hopes that the Brexit deal will have smooth sailing through the UK Parliament where it will be voted today.
The Japanese yen gained to 103.30 against the greenback in the absence of significant macroeconomic data releases and U.S dollar weakness.
The Aussie dollar climbed to $0.7657 while investors wagered the widening rollout of vaccines would bolster global growth and commodities next year.
South African rand held its ground against the U.S dollar at 14.65 as expectations of an expanded U.S. stimulus package offset negative sentiment stemming from tighter coronavirus restrictions after the number of infections in the country surpassed the 1-million mark.
The dollar-rupee unchanged at 39.83 (selling) on the domestic market.
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