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The single currency surged to $1.2140, buoyed by hopes that Italian Prime Minister Draghi is suitable for putting together a new unity government. The United States is out for Presidents Day.
The cable rallied to $1.39, after 13.5 million people in the UK had received their first dose of a vaccine as of Wednesday. PM Johnson has said that he will announce details about the schedule for easing lockdown restrictions in the UK on Feb. 22.
The Japanese Yen hammered to 105.05 against the U.S dollar despite Japanese economy expanded 3% QoQ in Q4 vs. 2.3% expectations and 5.3% seen in the third quarter.
Australian dollar started the week higher at $0.7785 on Monday, benefiting from buoyant planned coronavirus vaccine rollouts.
The South African rand pierced to 14.45 per greenback, on the back of a weaker dollar and after South Africa had secured nine million doses of the J&J vaccine, while another 20 million doses of the vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech are en route.
The pair remains put at 40.20(selling) on the domestic market.