The U.S. dollar controls the Asian session trading, as it rose against all the major currencies at the beginning of this week's trading, where this happens amid the absence of data for the region except New Zealand's trade balance data which was better than expectations but the power of the U.S. dollar limited the impact of these data.

The Australian dollar fell against the U.S. dollar to record its lowest level at 1.0444 after recording it's highest at 1.0485, while the NZD/USD pair it fell to its lowest level at 0.8163 after recording its highest at 0.8186.

The U.S. dollar Returned to rise against the Japanese yen after the weakness, which the JPY witnessed in the past week, to record its highest level at 82.76 and lowest at 82.55.