Whatever you are, be a good one.
The Shared currency surged to $1.1825 as a contentious U.S. presidential election diminished hopes for large stimulus to support the economy any time soon.
The Cable extended gains to $1.3130 after the Bank of England refrained from cutting interest rates into negative territory.
The Japanese yen rocketed to 103.50/dlr as Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga vowed to work closely with overseas authorities to keep currency moves stable, signaling his readiness to respond to any yen spike that threatens to derail the country's fragile economic recovery.
The Australian dollar burst to $0.7258 by heightened uncertainty over the outcome of a knife-edge U.S. election.
South Africa's rand firmed at 15.70 against the greenback in a rally driven by increasing indications that Joe Biden was moving closer to victory in a tight U.S. presidential election.
The dollar-rupee stayed idled at 40.35(selling) on the local market.
17:30 - USD - Nonfarm Payrolls (Oct)
17:30 - USD - Unemployment Rate (Oct)
17:30 - CAD - Employment Change (Oct)