Commodities currencies except NZ dollar show weakness ahead of Fed decision.
Heineken has 42% stake in India's beer market leader UB Group which has 51% market share while Diageo dominates the spirits market with 40% share.
Analysts see UK growth slowing to 2.6% in June quarter from 2.9% in Q1.
Fed's tone is likely to influence the dollar's direction.
The export-GDP share of Brazil was 11.5% in 2014 and that was 33.8% for Chile as per World Bank statistics.
USD/CAD has broken through the 2009 high to its highest since 2004 on 24 July.
China Markit manufacturing PMI falls to 15-month low in July.
UK retail sales fall in June while Spanish labour market strengthens.
The central bank has dropped the phrase that the currency is 'overvalued' in its latest statement.
The ECB has increased the ELA by €900m just ahead of the Greek parliament vote.
The baht is now down more than 5% so far this year.
Weakness in dollar aids pound rally.
Platinum is still below $1000 while palladium has moved significantly off $600.
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.
Poor data from German markets not helping matters.
Gold's $1000 chances have increased after Monday's fall.
Declining global oil and dairy prices expected to weigh on Kiwi dollar.
Meanwhile, the rand is hovering near a 12-year low vs dollar.
Central banks watch: RBNZ may cut rates while South Africa may raise; BoE and RBA in focus for minutes
BoE's Mark Carney and RBA chief Glenn Stevens will speak this week.
Fundamental weakness of Swiss economy may lead to further weakness in franc.
The USD index has risen to a 6-week high.
Dollar is up after Yellen's hawkish Wednesday.
New Zealand Q2 CPI data comes weaker than expected too.
Germany will grow 1.6% this year and 1.7% in 2016.
BoC cut the main rate to 0.5% from 0.75% when analysts had been expecting no change.
Jobs data fails to endorse BoE chief Mark Carney's recent hawkish statement.
Charts show many hurdles before new lows below January's multi-year trough.
Charts show GBP/USD is looking at 1.6000.
Euro weak following doubts over implementing Greek bailout deal accepted by Alexis Tsipras.