The US dollar continues its upside movement against all major currencies before the US report that will show an increase for durable and capital goods during May, fueling the demand for the greenback. Expectations predicted that the orders for durable good will increase by 1.5 percent in May after the most drop 3.6 percent during the previous month.

On the other hand, the US currency rose sharply against the Japanese yen due to the investors are increasing their investment on the greenback as the traders see that the Feds decision to keep the rates between 0.0% and 0.25% is a correct decision to support the economy to rebound. Moreover, the US economy will expand by 2.7% during the year.