The common currency was stuck close to a three-year low against the greenback in front of an exceptionally watched German overview on Tuesday, which is relied upon to show a sharp drop in traders' certainty and fuel developing negativity about the viewpoint for Europe's biggest economy.
Among Asian monetary forms, the Aussie skidded beneath the 67 U.S. cent level after minutes from the national bank's last gathering restored the possibility of approach facilitating, while the Chinese yuan was weighed by stresses over the financial aftermath from the coronavirus pandemic.
The single currency exchanged at $1.0831, near its weakest level since April 2017.
Since the beginning of February, the euro has lost 2.4 percent against the dollar as frustrating financial information raised worries that the eurozone fiscal approach should stay accommodative for any longer.
The euro's next obstacle is the arrival of Germany's ZEW review later on Tuesday, which is estimated to show monetary opinion skidded from the strongest level since July 2015.
The British pound likewise fed misfortunes versus the greenback and the common currency because of stresses over financial ties among Britain and the EU as the two sides spread out clashing perspectives on the best way to continue with exchange dealings.
Sterling held consistent at $1.2998 in Asia on Tuesday following a 0.3 percent decrease during the past session. The pound was cited at 83.35 pence per euro, nursing a 0.4 percent decay on Monday.
The onshore yuan skidded 0.2 percent to 6.9956 against the greenback, agitated by a decrease in Chinese stocks after Apple Inc said it won't meet deals targets because the infection scourge has eased back creation and request in China.
The yen, which at first advanced on risk-off streams as the outbreak unfurled a month ago, poked higher to 109.73 per buck yet stayed in a thin range.
The Aussie tumbled 0.35 percent to $0.6693 after minutes from the Reserve Bank of Australia's first gathering of the year indicated policymakers examined facilitating strategy.
The RBA kept rates unaltered at an unequaled low of 0.75 percent at that gathering, yet the minutes indicated national financiers are set up to ease strategy further if necessary.
The New Zealand dollar likewise dropped 0.28 percent to $0.6419.
The antipodean monetary standards have been struck by the coronavirus because of Australia's and New Zealand's broad exchange ties with China, with commodities, the travel industry and education particularly helpless.