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The single currency plunged to $1.1907 after the US Senate passed the $1.9 trillion stimulus package on Saturday. German Industrial Production and the Eurozone Sentix Investor Confidence may provide directional bias.
Cable succumbed to losses to $1.3826, while UK ends lockdown today, according to the plan outlined by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. All eyes remain on the BOE Governor Bailey's speech at 10:00(GMT).
The Japanese Yen slammed to 108.35 per dollar, on reports that Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi urged US President Joe Biden’s administration to stop meddling into Beijing affairs while warning them to tread carefully on the Taiwan issue.
Aussie pierced to $0.7699 following Chinese trade figures released over the weekend showed the Trade Balance surplus in dollar terms resulted in $103.25 billion, much better than anticipated.
South African rand edged lower to 15.35 per dollar on dollar strength amid stellar U.S Non-farm payrolls on Friday.
The Mauritian rupee edged lower against the dollar by 5 cents to 40.35(selling) on the domestic market.