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The single currency tumbled to $1.2160, ahead of ECB Interest Rate decision and Group of Seven meeting today in Britain.
The pound slid to $1.41 as Britain and the European Union failed to agree on solutions to post-Brexit trade problems in the British province of Northern Ireland, and exchanged threats in a standoff that could claim the G7 international summit.
Yen cascaded to 109.48 against the dollar, despite strong Japanese factory gate prices as Bank of Japan official said that a 4.9% rise YoY is the largest rise since September 2008.
Loonie inched lower to 1.2113 per dollar after Bank of Canada on Wednesday left its key interest rate unchanged and would maintain its current policy of quantitative easing, while rates would remain unchanged until at least the second half of 2022.
Aussie fell to $0.7737, although Chinese producer price data for May showed the biggest jump in a dozen years, and the country's consumer prices rose 1.3% in May, the biggest year-on-year increase in eight months.
South African rand plunged to 13.73 against the greenback following South Africa's economy expanded at a slower rate in the first quarter of this year compared with the previous three months, as key sectors of mining and trade expanded.
The dollar-rupee stayed put at 40.90(selling) on the domestic market.
15:45 - EUR - ECB Interest Rate Decision
15:45 - EUR - ECB Marginal Lending Facility
15:45 - EUR - Deposit Facility Rate (Jun)
16:30 -USD - Initial Jobless Claims
16:30 - EUR - ECB Press Conference