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The single currency cascaded to $1.2110 after robust U.S jobs data threw investors' focus on the strength of the U.S. recovery and its possibility of it driving policy tightening.
The cable slammed to $1.4090 as concerns of the delta Covid-19 Indian variant detected in Britain might delay the UK plan of ease of all covid-19 restrictions.
Loonie plunged to 1.2115 per dollar on upbeat U.S crude oil inventories yesterday.
Yen nosedived to 110.25 against the greenback on speculation that Japan Prime Minister will call for a snap election after the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics Games coupled with another economic stimulus package to be announced before the snap election.
The Australian dollar licked wounds at $0.7652, after falling to its lowest since mid-April overnight, ahead of Non-farm Payrolls at 16:30 (MUT).
South African rand hammered to 13.63 per dollar, as strong U.S data overshadowed local economic recovery sentiments with worries of impending inflation and higher interest rate in the U.S.
The dollar-rupee popped by 5 cents to 40.95(selling), bolstered by a strong dollar abroad.
12:30 - GBP - Construction PMI (May)
15:00 - USD - Fed Chair Powell Speaks
15:00 - EUR - ECB President Lagarde Speaks
16:30 - USD - Nonfarm Payroll
16:30 - USD - Unemployment Rate (May)