The Euro fell amid trade disputes, fears about the political situation in Germany

The Euro fell by almost half a percent, and other high-yield currencies such as the Australian dollar also fell as the strengthening of the trade dispute between the US and its trading partners hit demand.
The pressure on the single European currency was also exerted by political uncertainty in Germany. Interior Minister Horst Seehofer on Sunday offered to resign because of the strengthening of the dispute with Chancellor Angela Merkel around migration policy.
The Euro fell 0.4 percent to $1.1645 against 12.36 Moscow time. In June, the single currency recorded the third consecutive monthly decline against the dollar.