The Asian trading session was very gloomy and pessimistic today, as most of the major Asian currencies were trading in a narrow negative range today, despite Japan's positive news.
As, Japan's retail sales advanced beyond economists' expectations in February, which refers to the recent boost in reconstruction demand that helped in advancing the retail sales index in the world's third-biggest economy.
Turning to the currencies, which seems that it negatively affected by the latest global updates , along with China's latest turbulences.
Starting with the New Zealand dollar, where the New Zealand dollar slightly advanced against the U.S. dollar, as the NZD / USD recorded its lowest level today at 0.8164, and recorded its highest at 0.8294, and currently its trading at 0.8174.
Moving to the AUD, where the so-called Aussie retreated against the U.S. dollar, and it's currently trading around 1.0368, which is braking yesterday's gains, as it reached its highest level today at 1.0403 and lowest at 1.0367.
Moving to the Japanese currency, as the USD/JPY pair retreated against the U.S. dollar, as it is currently trading around 82.72, yet it recorded its highest at 82.96 and lowest at 82.67.
Heading to Europe, as Europe has a significant data to be released today, where Germany will release the unemployment rate along with unemployment change in March, also the euro zone will release March's consumer, economic ,industrial and services confidences indices.