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The Shared currency surged to $1.2136 as the U.S. Federal Reserve kept its benchmark interest rates unchanged at the record-low level of near zero, as economic recovery gathers momentum on COVID-19 vaccination progress and strong fiscal support.
The Cable rocketed to $1.3959 after the EU Parliament voted by a large majority to give the final approval to the Brexit deal amid chaos, complaints and a court challenge, lifted the sentiment around sterling.
The Japanese yen rose 108.79 against the U.S dollar on the US dollar weakened across the board.
The Canadian dollar gained to 1.2308 against the greenback as investors cheered domestic retail sales data and the Federal Reserve stuck to its dovish stance, trailing the Bank of Canada on moves to reduce emergency support for the economy.
The Aussie dollar lost ground to $0.7792 as Australian inflation rate failed to pick up as far as forecasted.
The South African rand firmed at 14.22 per U.S dollar accordance with the US federal reserve setting the tone to the global currency trading.
The dollar-rupee stayed put at 40.80(Selling).
11:55 - EUR - German Unemployment Change (Apr)
16:30 - USD - GDP (QoQ) (Q1)
16:30 - USD - Initial jobless claim
18:00 - USD - Pending home sales (MoM) (Mar)