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The common currency Euro remained close to a 7-week trough as worries about the Italian budget persisted which raised new concerns within the European Union.
Asian stocks hit 17-month lows on Tuesday as investor concerns about the state of the global economy continued to pressure markets.
The Pound Sterling lost momentum on Monday despite word that the British government is close to having a deal in place by next month.
Oil prices declined on Monday morning after Washington weighed the possibility of waiving some of the sanctions it plans to bring upon Iran next month.
This week is likely to be dull, as there is very little important data scheduled for release compared to a typical agenda.
All three major Wall Street indexes closed lower on Friday with the S&P 500 falling nearly 1 percent for the week, its worst weekly performance in nearly a month.
The US Dollar was broadly higher as FX traders assessed the effects of a rout in global sovereign bonds that helped to boost yields on US Treasury instruments.
The British Pound edged higher and moved away from the recently struck 4-week trough after it was reported that Ireland intends to support the Prime Minister's proposal with the European Union.
Oil prices were lower during Thursday’s Asian trading session after hitting four-year highs on Wednesday.
The British Pound moved away from a 3-week trough as FX traders await the Prime Minister's speech which could help revive sentiment for the beleaguered currency.
The dollar traded near one-month highs early in Wednesday’s Asian session after comments out of Italy shook the currency markets on Tuesday and the fear crept into Wednesday’s Asian trading session.