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The Shared currency pulled back from a two-month top to $1.2070 as Germany's IFO on Monday failed to impress, and President Biden's plans to raise capital gain tax is causing higher demand for safe-haven dollar.
The Cable turned flat at $1.3885 as the market focus remained glued to the U.S. FOMC policy decision on Wednesday.
The Japanese yen dwindled to 108.25 against the greenback after the Bank of Japan kept its benchmark rates and bond yield targets unchanged but warned about big economic uncertainty in the quarterly report.
The Australian dollar shot to its highest level since April 20 at $0.7803, sponsored by the prevalent bearish sentiment surrounding the U.S dollar amid diminishing odds for an earlier than anticipated Fed lift-off.
The Loonie strengthened to its highest level in nearly six weeks to 1.2388 per U.S dollar, stirred up by a more hawkish Bank of Canada last week and frothy commodity prices.
Rand on a firm footing at 14.26 against the U.S dollar as global economic recovery continued to shield the South African rand from domestic woes and the slow pace of vaccine rollouts.
The dollar-rupee anchored at 40.80(selling), awaiting subsequent Bom intervention on the domestic market for further direction.
18:00 - USD - CB Consumer Confidence (Apr)