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The Shared currency knocked to $1.2130 following a slump in German business sentiment in January data showed yesterday.
The Cable turned south to $1.3651 as a set of figures showed Britain's third national lockdown prompted the sharpest drop in business activity since May, while retail sales remained weak in December.
The Japanese Yen steadied at 103.74 against the U.S dollar as rising coronavirus cases and doubts over the speed and size of U.S. stimulus tempered financial markets' upbeat mood.
The Aussie dollar extended losses to $0.7688 on a closed market in Australia due to holiday.
South Africa's rand weakened to 15.30 against the greenback, giving back early gains in volatile trade with sentiment swinging against riskier currencies, as the reality of a slow rollout of coronavirus vaccines dampened demand.
The Mauritian rupee is unchanged at 39.95(selling) per dollar on the local market.
11:00 - GBP - Claimant Count Change (Dec)
11:00 - GBP - Average Earnings Index + Bonus (Nov)
19:00 - USD - CB Consumer Confidence (Jan)