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The euro has risen to five-month highs compared to trading partners' currencies.
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The European Central Bank says interest rates will remain at historic lows until at least the end of the year.
The currency has risen about 1.3% against the euro this week, set for its biggest weekly gain since November 2017.
European capitals are increasingly frustrated with the global dominance of the dollar.
Most currencies traded in tight ranges at the start of European trading, with the Australian dollar the stand out - it added more than 0.8% after a strong jobs report.
Investors are focused on whether congressional elections - the results of which are expected from 2300 GMT -could disrupt the stellar run of the world's most liquid currency.
The euro rose 0.5% to $1.1369, away from recent lows of $1.1302 and capping three consecutive trading session losses, pressured by weak euro zone data as well as Italian budget worries and Brexit woes.
European Central Bank ECB President Mario Draghi says a budgetary expansion in a high debt country becomes much more complicated if people start to put in question the euro.
A dealer said the sentiment was also weakened by the global oil prices, which traded at US$81.87 per barrel today, down by 1.47% from yesterday.
At 6 pm, the ringgit stood at 4.1515/1545 against the US dollar from 4.1550/1600 recorded yesterday.
Crude prices extended gains on concerns about supplies following a decision not to increase output by key producers as Iran faces export sanctions and Venezuela continues to be dogged by political and economic crises.
Broader moves in forex markets were contained, with investors fretting about the next developments in the continuing trade dispute between China and the United States.
Emerging markets in the region were struggling to steady after a punishing week, with Indonesia and the Philippines still badly scarred by fears of capital flight following crises in Argentina and Turkey.
The dollar extended gains across the board as concerns about a possible escalation in trade conflict between US and China.
US President Donald Trump gave fresh impetus to trade worries at the weekend when he said there was no need to keep Canada in the North American Free Trade Agreement and warned Congress not to meddle with the trade talks.
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