Euro falls from three-week high as investors remain cautious ahead of Sunday's presidential elections in France.
Analysts warn Sunday's election could destabilise the currency, despite recent gains.
Sterling pulls back from six-month high against the dollar but remains 2.5% higher against the greenback this week.
Sterling hits highest level since January against dollar after PM calls for 8 June election.
US president warns dollar's ongoing strength could hurt the US economy in the long-term.
Moody's reports emerging market currencies outperforming those of advanced economies.
UK unemployment rate remains steady at record-low 4.7%, driving pound to highest level since February.
Inflation remains unchanged at 2.3% in March, exceeding BoE's 2% threshold for second successive month.
Sterling shrugs off last week's decline to edge higher against euro and dollar.
Dollar struggles for direction after disappointing non-farm payrolls figures and geopolitical tension.
Bearish data from US failed to halt gains in oil market as traders speculate over extension of Opec cuts.
Dollar edges higher after positive GDP data, while euro remains under pressure ahead of French elections.