Japanese yen inclined for the second straight day against American dollar and other major currencies amid the instability political environments in Holland and France that boosted worries over Europe's debt crisis for another period, where investors returns to safe currencies like yen.
USD/JPY pair declined to record low of 80.84 after hitting support level 81.00 while the opening was at 81.08 and high of 81.17, where the pair sees a new level of support on short run at 80.60 then another one at 80.30.
From another side, Australian dollar continue its decline against American dollar to recording its lowest in two weeks at 1.0246 especially after releasing consumer price index reading for Australian economy that slowed less than expected which boosted forecasts for further interest rate cuts.
AUD/USD pair currently traded at 1.0259 with an open at 1.0305 and high of 1.0323 while support level at 1.0220.
NZD/USD pair witnessed a massive instability today where it's currently at 0.8121 levels with one point deference with opening, while the high was 0.8140 and low of 0.8100.