FX Update: The dollar and yen saw fresh lows against the dollar bloc currencies, the euro and many developing world currencies, albeit in the context of narrow ranges. This came against a backdrop of coursing risk appetite amid positive signals from the U.S.-China and U.S.-EU trade fronts and following last week's strong U.S. employment report and unexpected fourth consecutive month of improvement in China's Caixin manufacturing PMI survey. USD-JPY printed a four-day high at 108.46, remaining buoyant with global stock markets remaining in rally mode. Yen crosses also punched above their respective Friday highs, led by AUD-JPY and NZD-JPY out of the main currencies. EUR-USD matched last Thursday's peak in making 1.1175, although the pair remained within a 25-pip range in so-far typically narrow Monday trading ranges. Final Eurozone October manufacturing PMI readings were revised fractionally higher, but elicited little more than a short-lived lift in the euro. Most euro crosses lifted above their respective Friday highs. A no-deal Brexit avoided theme has given both the euro and pound a lift lately, though the possibility for a no-deal further down the track remains on the cards. USD-CAD printed a five-day low at 1.3130, with the Canadian dollar being floated by a backdrop of coursing risk appetite in global markets, similar to the other dollar bloc currencies, which has offset the jump in U.S. yields following the strong U.S. jobs data on Friday. AUD-USD breached above its Friday high on route to a 0.6925 peak, but remained shy of its Friday peak.