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The single currency nosedived to $1.21 following Brussel’s failure to get U.S President Biden strongly on their side as the bloc policymakers push for American meddling to break the deadlock over the Northern Ireland protocol.
The Sterling hammered to $1.4115, with the renewed pressure of the delayed economic opening plan when senior ministers in the UK have signed off a decision to delay the lifting of all COVID-19 restrictions beyond June 21. The Bank of England Governor Bailey's speech is set to gauge the market sentiment.
Japanese Yen plunged to 109.72 per dollar after G7 backed detailed investigations on the Covid origin, criticized China’s roe Xinjiang and Hong Kong, and vowed to launch a ‘democratic’ alternative to China’s Belt and Road initiative.
Canadian dollar soured to 1.2145 against the greenback, amid Canada’s key export item, WTI crude oil, remains firm near the late 2018 highs flashed on Friday.
Aussie plummeted to $0.7709, as Australia strived to sign fresh trade deals with the UK, as well as firming up ties with Japan and Germany by agreeing on lower-emission technology usage.
Rand cascaded to 13.72 per dollar on announcement from the local government on Friday that it would offload a 51% stake in state-owned airline South African Airways, the debts of which had been a burden on the exchequer for several years.
The dollar-rupee popped higher by 5 cents to 41.20(Selling) on the domestic market.
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