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The single currency vaulted to $1.21 despite European Central Bank policymakers expressed fresh concerns over the euro's strength, while policymakers agreed to reaffirm a commitment to maintaining favourable financing conditions.
Cable jostled to $1.3980 as the aggressive rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination programme in the United Kingdom raised expectations its economy will recover faster than that of its European peers.
Japanese yen rocketed to 105.60 per dollar on the back of a weaker dollar after disappointing U.S. labour market data bruised optimism for the country's speedy recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Aussie pierced to $0.7789 buoyed by rising commodity prices as China returned from holiday and cheerful retail sales data.
The rand rallied to 14.57 against the greenback despite the news that a laboratory study suggested the dominant coronavirus variant first identified in South Africa may reduce antibody protection from Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine by two-thirds.
The dollar-rupee stay stagnant at 40.20(selling) on the local market.
11:00 - GBP - Retail Sales (MoM)(Jan)
12:30 - EUR - German Manufacturing PMI (Feb)
13:30 - GBP - Composite PMI
13:30 - GBP - Manufacturing PMI
13:30 - GBP - Services PMI
19:00 - USD - Existing Home Sales (Jan)