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The Shared currency muted at $1.1890 after data showing a second straight monthly drop in Germany's industrial production and worries about the stalled EU rescue fund that countries like Italy need.
The Cable neared the precipice at $1.3688, hurt by profit-taking after a solid first quarter and concerns about the costs of Brexit in trade and stability in Northern Ireland.
The Japanese yen edged lower to 109.54 versus the greenback, undermined by buoyant U.S yields and positive comments from Powell on Sunday.
The Loonie boosted to 1.2560 per U.S dollar following upbeat labour market data from Canada on Friday.
Aussie dollar relinquished most of its gains to $0.7605, as concerns about the AstraZeneca shot and European export restrictions delayed the rollout for all Australians to receive their first COVID-19 vaccine dose.
The South African rand weakened to 14.60 against the U.S dollar following poor south African’s manufacturing production on Friday.
The dollar rupee held steady at 40.85(selling) this morning.
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