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The Shared currency extended gains to $1.2144 as investors bet that rising inflation would erode the U.S dollars value.
The cable soared to $1.4127 powered by ebbing Scottish independence angst and further U.K. pandemic reopening.
The Japanese yen tethered at 108.82 versus greenback despite better than expected Japanese Household spending for March.
The Aussie dollar wobbled around $0.7830, showing no major reaction to China’s inflation figures during early Tuesday.
The Canadian dollar jumped out the blocks to 1.2086 against the U.S dollar, its highest level since mid-September 2017, on Commodity markets strength and the Bank of Canada beginning to tighten its monetary policy.
South Africa's rand rose to a 16-month peak to 14.05 against the dollar on Monday on improving global market sentiment and domestic political environment provided further support.
The dollar-rupee stayed put at 40.85(Selling) on the local market.
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