EUR/USD is awake, alive, and kicking, hitting the highest in two months. The euro enjoyed hopes for substantial fiscal stimulus, and the dollar mostly suffered hopes for a vaccine and quick reopening while ignoring Sino-American tensions.GBP/USD cannot complain about the lack of volatility – albeit things are becoming more complex. Politics, including Brexit, is growingly competing with coronavirus headlines from both sides of the Atlantic and eventually sent cable higher on the week, but lower on the month.he substantial AUD/USD rally this week capping a two-month return from the pandemic panic and almost two decade low in March has reached a technical and possibly fundamental hold point. Gold prices print two-day losing streak with an intraday low of $1,720.87. US President’s step back from using further military powers to tame the riots fuelled the risk-on sentiment off-late. Cautious optimism surrounding the coronavirus vaccine, hopes of economic restart also weigh the bullion. USD/JPY extends its corrective slide from two-month highs of 108.85, as the sellers return on relentless US dollar selling seen across the board. The risk-on rally in the Asian markets continues to weigh on the haven greenback.