Today, the Australian dollar has soared against the most of its major counterparts after China reported that its manufacturing sector is continuing its gathering, adding that the Australian exports to rebound. China's industrial production expanded by more than analysts' anticipations, boosted prospects for growth in exports from the south specific nation.

Moreover, the US retail sales declined less than the expectations, supporting the demand for the Australian dollar against other majors.

Aussie continued its upside movement against its US major counterpart for the second day in a row, while the AUD/USD pair inclined, trades around 1.0683 after recorded the highest level at 1.0714 and the lowest level at 1.0567.