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The Shared currency retreated from a high of $1.1767 to $1.1664 as the U.S dollar clawed back losses after preliminary results from the U.S Presidential election hinted at a close race with no clear winner yet in sight.
The Sterling rose to $1.30, ignoring that the European Union and Britain have so far failed to reach an agreement on three persistent sticking points in Brexit talks.
The Japanese yen lost ground to 104.77 as the Bank of Japan's Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the central bank would maintain its easing policy measures.
The Aussie dollar surged to $0.7119 following China's Caixin services PMI for October came in at 56.8 vs 54.8, which showed that the business activity growth accelerated amid stronger client demand.
South Africa's rand popped and dropped to 16.25/dlr in a turbulent trading session as investors awaited the results from the United States presidential election.
The dollar-rupee dropped by 10 cents to 40.35(selling) on the local market following the central bank's intervention.
13:30 - GBP - Services PMI (Oct)
13:30 - GBP - Composite PMI (Oct)
17:15 - USD - ADP Nonfarm Employment Change (Oct)
19:00 - USD - ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI (Oct)
19:30 - USD - Crude oil inventories