U.S. dollar and Chinese yuan bank notes are arranged for a photograph on September 7, 2017. StudioEAST | Getty Images Asia’s trade-exposed currencies inched higher on Monday as China’s rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic stayed on course last quarter, even as caution about the U.S. election outcome kept the U.S. dollar supported against other majors. […] The yuan was last steady in onshore trade at 6.6982 per dollar, after hitting a fresh 18-month peak of 6.6852 in morning trade. The Aussie and kiwi both edged 0.1% higher, trimming earlier gains as last week’s dovish central bank remarks remain a weight on the Antipodeans. […] The dollar was broadly stable elsewhere, with investor worries about rising coronavirus cases, the looming U.S. election and fading prospects of any fiscal stimulus beforehand providing support.
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