The hard part is discipline, patience and judgement.
The Single currency rocketed to $1.1363 as a rally in riskier assets such as global equities and commodities put a dent in safe-haven demand for the U.S. currency.
The Sterling surged to a three-week high of $1.2630 as UK fiscal stimulus of 30 billion pounds to stem an unemployment crisis shrugged off pessimistic comments about EU-UK trade talks from German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The Japanese Yen gained to 107.30/dlr on U.S dollar setback across the board.
The Aussie dollar crept higher to $0.6987, buoyed by a softer USD, and backed up by a pool of positive economic data from China in today's Asian session.
The South African rand edged higher to 16.92 against the U.S dollar, although a resurgence of new coronavirus cases globally and fresh evidence of the weakness of the local economy kept sentiment cautious.
The USD/MUR unchanged at 40.20(selling) on the domestic market following the intervention of the central bank.
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