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The single currency hammered from $1.1807 to $1.1723 after U.S President Trump cancelled talks on economic stimulus with Democrat lawmakers until after the Nov. 3 presidential election, while accusing House of Representatives Speaker Pelosi of not negotiating in good faith on coronavirus relief.
The Sterling plummeted by 146 pips to $1.2860 as investors pushed back expectations for when the Bank of England would cut interest rates below zero. Britain's trade negotiations with the European Union failed to shield sterling from the dollar's advance.
The Japanese Yen percolated around 105.68 per dollar amid market is eyeing for fresh signs on comments from central bankers in FOMC minutes and statement at 22:00 today.
The Aussie nosedived to $0.7094 following the Australian budget forecasted heavy deficit when offering tax cuts and on mounting expectations that the Reserve Bank of Australia's next move is to cut rates and buy more government debt.
The South African rand unfolded around 16.65 against the greenback although US President Trump closed the door for bipartisan aid package talks.
The dollar-rupee lost ground by 15 cents to 40.20(Selling) following the intervention of the Bank of Mauritius on the domestic market.
16:10 - EUR - ECB President Lagarde Speaks
18:30 - USD - Crude Oil Inventories
22:00 - USD - FOMC Meeting Minutes, FOMC Statement