USD/CAD has broken through the 2009 high to its highest since 2004 on 24 July.
The central bank has dropped the phrase that the currency is 'overvalued' in its latest statement.
The National Bank of Hungary slashed the main rate by 15 basis points to 1.35%.
The currency has triggered a major bearish signal by breaking a channel support.
Declining global oil and dairy prices expected to weigh on Kiwi dollar.
Meanwhile, the rand is hovering near a 12-year low vs dollar.
British banks RBS, Barclays, Standard Chartered and HSBC have been named in investigation.
Morgan analysts, led by Serena Tang, opined that in the most optimistic scenario, the gush could exceed $1.2tn.
Change in currency value mainly depends on demand and supply, as in case of anything else.
US Federal Reserve expected to hike interest rates this September, a negative for bullion prices.
IMF says appreciation over past year has normalised exchange rate of yuan.
The number of US rigs actively drilling for oil have now fallen for the 23rd week in a row.
Other major banks have paid billions of pounds to UK and US regulators over foreign currency manipulation.
Russia's ruble currency has increased in value around 18% since the turn of the year.
For gold to gain any strong momentum, prices have to break above resistance between $1,221 and $1,225 an ounce.