Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago
The Shared currency bounced back to $1.2140 after soft U.S. retail sales on Friday calmed market anxiety about the potential for Fed tightening.
The Pound Sterling swept higher to $1.4105, aided by Britain's vaccination drive that has enabled a gradual reopening of the U.k. economy.
The Japanese Yen rose to 109.39 against the dollar after Japan’s Producer Price Index came in at 0.7% MoM for April, beating the expectation of 0.5%.
The Loonie on the front foot at 1.2120 against the greenback as investors shook off the Bank of Canada's concern that further strength could hurt the domestic economy.
The Aussie dollar struggled to make much headway at $0.7760 as data from China's largest customer disappointed the Asian markets earlier today.
South Africa's rand firmed at 14.15 versus a weakening U.S. dollar after U.S retail sales, industrial production and Michigan consumer sentiment missed headline expectations in the United States last week.
The dollar-rupee was unfazed at 40.88(Selling) on the local market.
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