Dollar started today's session high against other major currencies in a process called risk aversion from investors that increased demand on the fed's currency, while investors are watching closely the auction sale of Spanish bonds, which will leave a significant impact on the movement of currencies especially European currencies.
Euro slightly fell with the start of today's session to record a low against dollar at 1.3105 and now at 1.3110, with high of 1.3127.
From another side, RBA announced today its April's meeting minutes, pointing that RBA may cut the interest rate during the upcoming period for the first time this year if the inflation rates remain in target.
Australian dollar fell as a negative result of today's meeting minutes of the RBA to decline against dollar recording a low of 1.0320, opened at 1.0350, with high of 1.0353
NZD/USD pair fell to hit the lowest since five sessions at 0.8150 while the opening was 0.8191 with high of 0.8193.