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The single currency wiggled around $1.2005, consolidating ahead of a key U.S. jobs report that may provide clues on when the Federal Reserve will dial back monetary stimulus. Germany will publish March Factory Orders, while the EU will release March Retail Sales today.
Sterling oscillated around $1.39 on reports that UK-France tension over fishing rights meeting pushes British Prime Minister Johnson to dispatch two Royal Navy patrol boats to protect Jersey from a feared blockade by French fishing vessels, coupled with vaccine progress in UK.
Japanese Yen fluctuated around 109.34 per dollar ahead of U.S Non-farm payrolls tomorrow.
Aussie plummeted to $0.77 this morning after China’s state planner announced that the government has decided to put an end to the strategic alliance with Australia, deteriorating ties.
Rand surged to 14.34 against the greenback on reports that the African National Congress had suspended corruption-charged Magashule as President Ramaphosa is growing control over his divided party. All eyes on the scheduled review of South Africa's sovereign credit by Moody's on Friday.
The dollar-rupee inched higher by 5 cents to 40.85(Selling) on the local market.
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