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The euro wallowed near a four-week low at $1.1650 after the European Central Bank signalled further monetary easing by the end of the year, but kept interest rates steady.
Sterling breathed some fresh air from $1.2880 to $1.2935, undermined by a lack of Brexit-related headlines as London and the European Union have just two months to reach a post-Brexit trade agreement.
The Japanese Yen vaulted to 104 against the dollar on reports that the U.S. economy grew at a record pace for the third quarter and an improving trend in jobless claims, before retreating to 104.40 now.
The Australian dollar sidelined at $0.7050 on Friday, even though an unrelenting wave of new COVID-19 cases in Europe and North America darkened the outlook for global growth and commodity prices.
South Africa's rand steadied at 16.32 against the dollar after losses linked to the shock of a mid-term budget speech that showed still-ballooning debt and a deeper recession.
The dollar rupee stayed put at 40.40(Selling) on the local market.
13:00 - EUR - German GDP (MoM)(Q3)
14:00 - EUR - CPI (YoY)(Oct)