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The Shared currency picked up bid to $1.2184 as investors looked to U.S. inflation data due later in the week after softer-than-expected jobs data quelled expectations of an early tapering in the Federal Reserve's stimulus. ECB meeting awaited on Thursday.
The Cable hugged to $1.4154 on speculation of a delay in lifting lockdown restrictions amid the threat of ‘delta’ COVID-19 strain, first detected in India.
The Japanese yen softened to 109.41 against the U.S dollar after upbeat Japan Q1 GDP this morning.
The Aussie dollar clung to small gains at $0.7747 after Australian Services PMI data for May confirmed a fast-expanding sector and its strongest in 18 years.
The Lonnie hardly budged at 1.2082 versus the greenback ahead of the Bank of Canada(BOC) interest rate decision on Wednesday.
South Africa's rand weakened to 13.56, pausing after rallying to a 28-month high, as investors took profits and looked ahead to local growth figures this week.
The dollar-rupee stuck in a rut at 40.90(Selling) on the local market.
13:00 - EUR - German ZEW Economic Sentiment (Jun)
18:00 - USD - JOLTs Job Openings (Apr)