Accomplishment will prove to be a journey, not a destination.
The single currency spiked to $1.2075 after a survey showed eurozone factory activity growth surged to a record high in April, before retreating to $1.2040 despite upbeat comments from Luis de Guindos, ECB's Vice President on phasing out emergency stimulus measures.
Sterling bashed to $1.3877 as France rejects UK's provisional changes to fishing licenses in the G7 Foreign Ministers geopolitics discussion.
Yen punched back to 109.25 on Tuesday from its high of 109.69 against the greenback after disappointing U.S ISM manufacturing data, coupled with U.S Fed Chair Powell remarks on U.S economy unstable condition.
The Aussie crimpled higher to $0.7744 after the Reserve Bank of Australia kept its official cash rate on hold at a record low 0.10% in May.
The South African rand took a breath to 14.42 per dollar despite South Africa's seasonally adjusted Absa Purchasing Managers' Index expanded at a slower pace in April as growth in business activity and new sales orders slowed.
The local pair perched at 40.80(selling) on the domestic market.
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