It was back to square one for Sterling on Tuesday - or nearly - as stronger-than-expected readings on US retail sales and on a key factor sector survey in the States boosted Treasury note yields.
Be careful not to force an inversion in the Treasury yield curve, a top US central bank official said on Tuesday.
Facebook failed to answer 39 questions concerning data privacy and fake news posed to the company by parliament's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, the group's chairman said on Tuesday.
Sentiment among US housebuilders improved in May, according to data released on Tuesday.
The Federal Reserve bank of New York's Empire State gauge jumped in May, helped by a stronger-than-expected print on new orders.
US retail sales edged past forecasts in April on the back of upwards revisions to figures for the prior month.
Investors in Germany remained gloomy in May, according to the latest survey from the ZEW Center for European Economic Research in Mannheim.
Israeli troops shot dead 58 Palestinian protesters and injured 2,700 more on the Gaza strip on Monday as just a few miles away President Trump's daughter opened the new US embassy in Jerusalem.