The Australian dollar (Aussie) and the New Zealand dollar (Kiwi) witnessed some decline movements versus the American dollar as the Chinese economy reported that the Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) cooled during May, means that the industry sector in China has retreated because of the People's Bank of China raised last month its interest rates for the fourth time Since October.

On the other hand, the Japanese currency (Yen) declined against its US counterpart after the unemployment rates unexpectedly declined in May; means the economic recovery cycle in Japan was on the track before the March quake and still gives forward signs after the quake at the labor market outside of the earthquake zone, boosted the investors' confidence for the economy.