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The Shared currency slipped to $1.2019 on upbeat U.S. personal income data on Friday and broad-based U.S. dollar short covering into month-end.
The Cable nosedived to $1.3812, badly dented by U.K. PM Jonson's political scandals and uncertainty around Scotland's elections later this week.
The yen depreciated to 109.62 against the greenback as demand for safe-haven asset dropped on a closed Japanese market and a rally to record highs on global stock markets.
The Aussie dollar limped to $0.7715 despite April’s Australian Industry Group manufacturing index came out better than March's reading.
The Canadian dollar held on to gains at 1.2290 per U.S dollar after the Bank of Canada's signalled that it may begin hiking interest rates before the Federal Reserve.
South African Rand weakened to 14.49 versus the greenback as local and global economic distress weighed heavily on its economy.
The dollar-rupee rose by 5 cents to 40.80(selling), underpinned by U.S dollar strength.
12:00 - EUR - German GDP (QoQ)(Q1)
13:00 - EUR - CPI (YoY)(Apr)
16:30 - CAD - GDP (MoM)(Feb)