The shared currency has grabbed market's attention due to the expectations predicted that the ECB is to raise the interest rates during the week after the European finance ministers authorized an 8.7 billion euro ($12.7 billion) loan payout to Greece, so the Euro currency has reached to the highest level in three week versus the dollar.

On the other hand, the Japanese currency (Yen) fell against the major counterparts as the Asian stock market rallied during the first day of the week, pushed investors to turn their investments to the stock exchange markets.

Moreover, the Australian dollar is witnessing some incline movements against the dollar before the Australian report that will show the retail sales in Australia increased and the building approvals improved more than a previous month.