The New Zealand currency jumped against the US counterpart as the US government is to fail to agree on raising the debt ceiling, while the Kiwi is to continue its upside movement during the last week of the month as the New Zealand policy makers will increase the borrowing costs this year.

On the other hand, we can see that the Australian dollar fell again versus the greenback as Asian stock slump, and the US equity futures slid, damping the demand on the Aussie, beside the fears that dominate the market movement.