FX Update: The Dollar and Yen have, by varying degrees, traded generally softer against most other currencies, with the main exception being Sterling, which has come under pressure as markets fear fresh political uncertainty in the UK after what is expected to be a failed parliamentary vote tomorrow on the EU Withdrawal Agreement. The Pound was showing at the lows heading into the New York interbank open, showing respective declines of 0.7% and 0.8% against the Dollar and Euro, and just over a 0.5% loss with respect to the Yen. EUR-GBP printed a 10-week high at 0.8992, Cable traded back under 1.2700. EUR-USD, meanwhile, posted a three-week high at 1.1442, while the Dollar lost ground to the Dollar bloc currencies as equity markets in Europe and S&P 500 futures pared intraday (or intranight, in the case of the latter) losses. USD-JPY ebbed by about 40 pips in making a two-session low at 112.24 in earlier Tokyo trade, and subsequently settling above 112.50 during the European AM session. Last Thursday's six-week low at 112.23 was left unchallenged. AUD-JPY still printed a six-week low at 80.72 before rebounding back above 81.40. The Yen had initially found support from a backdrop of hefty stock market declines in Asia, then weakened as stock market sentiment improved.