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The Shared currency climbed to $1.1772, helped by the euro zone's manufacturing PMI coming in at a 24-year survey high.
The Pound kept the bullish momentum to $1.3843 amid generous U.S. fiscal stimulus and speedy vaccinations. The focus is on a planned April re-openings of shops in England.
Yen edged up to 110.60 versus the greenback following a mediocre U.S. jobless claims on Thursday, and after a 37-year high in the U.S. ISM manufacturing index, failed to stop the rot in Treasury yields.
The Aussie dollar climbed to $0.7632 on a weak U.S.D dollar and ahead of Non-farm payroll data later today.
The Canadian dollar vaulted to 1.2529 versus the greenback after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies agreed to start easing production cuts in May.
Rand advanced to 14.60/DLR as positive manufacturing activity, and new vehicle sales data pointed to a recovery in the S.A. economy.
The dollar-rupee meandered at 40.90(selling) despite a broad, soft U.S dollar on the international market amid holiday-lightened trading this Friday.
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