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The Shared currency dropped to $1.2177 on upbeat US data and chatters over US President Joe Biden’s $6.0 trillion budget proposal trimmed the USD losses during the late Thursday.
The British pound held firm at $1.4184 near a three-month high against the dollar on Friday on rising expectations of an earlier than expected rate hike by the Bank of England.
The yen hammered to 109.88 against the U.S dollar on investors' concerns about a delay in Japan's economic recovery as Japan seeks to extend a state of emergency covering Tokyo and other key areas by three weeks to June 20.
The Aussie dollar extended losses to $0.7720 as China’s crackdown on commodities prices weighed iron ore prices.
The Canadian dollar rebounded to 1.2091 against the U.S dollar after a rise in oil prices as investors await inflation data from the United States tomorrow.
South Africa's rand snapped a six-session winning streak to 13.80 against the greenback as rising U.S. bond yields put the brakes on an emerging market rally that carried the currency to a 27-month peak near 13.68/DLR.
The dollar-rupee rose by 3 cents at 40.88(Selling) this morning.
22:00 - USD - US federal budget