Major currencies inclined during today's Asian session to compensate some of yesterday's losses against the dollar, as the major currencies are still negatively affected by the European debt crisis, while the absence of European pressure supported the currencies to incline today.
USD/JPY pair inclined today to record a high of 80.92 and a low of 80.65 and currently at 80.85, after releasing Japan's machine orders that unexpectedly inclined.
AUD/USD pair inclined noticeably today to compensate more than 50% of its losses yesterday, where the consumer confidence in Australia inclined according to the nation's economic data which boosted demand on the Australian dollar.
AUD/USD pair inclined to recorded a high of 1.0292 and a low of 10.225, and currently is at 1.0287.
From another side NZD/USD pair also inclined to record a high of 0.8176 to be traded now at 0.8170 with low of 81.83.