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The fiber hammered to $1.2265 last night, amid dollar strength as a Democrat win in the U.S. Senate election in Georgia that would clear the path for a larger fiscal stimulus package, before clawing back to losses at $1.2330.
The cable staged brief recovery from $1.3537 to $1.3607, powered by violent clashes by Trump supporters in the U.S Capitol.
The Japanese Yen tumbled to 103.45 against the dollar, following ADP data showing an unexpected decline in U.S. private sector jobs for the first time in eight months.
Aussie escalated to $0.7817 although U.S. President Donald Trump escalated tensions with Beijing by signing an executive order banning U.S. transactions with eight Chinese software applications.
South African rand percolated at 15 against the greenback amid surging Covid-19 propagation in South Africa, with the most cases and deaths on the African continent.
The local currency remained intact at 39.83(selling) on the FX market.
13:30 - GBP - Construction PMI (Dec)
14:00 - EUR - CPI (YoY)(Dec)
16:30 - EUR - ECB Monetary Policy Statement
17:30 - USD - Initial Jobless Claims
19:00 - USD - ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI (Dec)