The Japanese currency gained for a second day trading against its U.S. counterpart, while the yen increased versus other majors after Japan noted that the nuclear crisis has expanded that began last month to the level of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, damping demand for riskier assets.
Moreover, The USD/JPY pair declined on Tuesday and ended the session at 83.74 after recorded the highest level at 84.56 and the lowest level at 83.45. While the momentum indicators give selling signs.
The US dollar advanced against the Australian dollar on Tuesday, as a correction movement, while the pair dropped, recorded a low of 1.0388 and a high of 1.0522.
The pair closed Tuesday session at 1.0470, while the momentum indicators give selling signs.
New Zealand dollar rose for a second day after a report showed that house prices increased for a second month, indicating the economic growth in New Zealand is recovering from the Christchurch earthquakes.
The NZD/USD pair increased during yesterday's trading session and ended the session at 0.7853, after recorded a high of 0.7882 and a low of 0.7744.