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The Shared currency lost ground to $1.2190 after the U.S. posted higher-than-expected inflation data in May.
The Cable rose to $1.4170 ahead of the opening of the Group of Seven leaders’ summit in the U.K.
The Japanese yen ticked up to 109.43 against the greenback on the back of a new analysis saying another COVID-19 surge could come in Japan with or without the Olympics.
The Aussie dollar climbed to $0.7752 as Australia is working on a quarantine-free travel corridor with Singapore.
The Loonie rose to 1.2083 while oil prices rose and comments from a senior Bank of Canada policymaker supported expectations for further reduction of stimulus from the Canadian central bank as soon as next month.
South Africa's rand rallied to 13.57 versus the U.S dollar after a rise in U.S. inflation was seen by investors as soft enough to keep monetary policy loose there, boosting demand for risk assets.
The dollar-rupee surged to all time high of 41.15(Selling) after the central bank intervention.
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