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The single currency spiked to $1.2177 spurred by Friday's U.S. jobs data showing non-farm payrolls increased by 245,000 last month, thus solidified expectations of a fresh economic package, then retreated to $1.2130 amid market awaits budget and relief package on Thursday alongside European Central Bank's monetary policy decision.
The cable nosedived from $1.3540 to $1.3357 as investors looked to talks between Britain and the EU englobing agreeing fishing quotas and access for EU vessels to UK waters from 2021, this week to avert a chaotic parting of ways at the end of the year.
The Japanese Yen sidelined at 104.06 against the U.S dollar as a bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers worked to put the finishing touches on a new $908 billion bill.
Aussie pair tread water at $0.7430, shrugging off positive China trade data for November amid a sluggish session with mixed risk catalysts.
The rand tumbled to 15.22 against the greenback, undermined by rising cases in covid-19 patients in South Africa.
The Mauritian rupee stayed put against the dollar at 40.30(selling).