FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - Dollar gave up part of the ground gained since past Friday, along with Japanese Yen, that also lost ground, as global stocks markets advanced, with Dow Jones ending up in March after 6 months down. The yen has been losing ground since Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso, past Monday directed the government to deploy another major stimulus package for the ailing Japanese economy, which analysts say could dramatically increase the nation's debt burden, and continues approaching to the 100.00 level against U.S. dollar.

Euro advance despite unemployment and inflation readings from the euro-zone reported early Tuesday were also deeply pessimistic. Analysts are expecting Euro to continue suffering not only because economic downturn continues, but also because the ECB will probably be forced to adopt some kind of quantitative easing according to the region policies in next meetings.