The Dollar has started the Asian session with a decline against the major currencies, where the Australian and New Zealand dollars inclined versus the greenback after the European leaders announced that they will support the debt crisis, prompting the investors to increase the demand for higher-yielding investments.

On the other hand, the euro gained against the dollar after an official said the European Central Bank may return to purchase the bonds along with further measures to ease monetary conditions.

Furthermore, the yellow metal (Gold) fell to the most level in three-session, and silver closed below $30 an ounce on investor sales to cover losses in other assets.