Pound, euro both fall on Brussels explosions

The euro fell sharply on Tuesday, as Brussels was rocked by a series of explosions.

The currency was down against the dollar:

And fell even more sharply against the yen, which became a safe haven:

Meanwhile the pound also fell heavily against the dollar:

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