AUD rose during the Asian session, amid better data on unemployment

Australian dollar rose against all 16 world currencies during the Asian session amid better data on unemployment in the country, which showed 6.1% against expectations of 6.3% and the change in the number of employees, which reported 37,400, and the forecasts were for 5 000. thus denied Trader’s expectations of a decline, after Australia’s central bank announced that it will cut interest protsenti.AUD rose 0.5% against the dollar to 81.91 cents yesterday after scoring levels of 82.55 cents.

The yen fell 0.4 percent to 117.81 yen per dollar after the Japanese currency showed vcheta 116.07 yen to the dollar, which was the highest level since December 16. JPY fell against the euro by 0.3% to 138.77 yen per euro after the Bank of Japan announced that it would continue with incentives like the next meeting will be on January 21.

The euro fell again, as he has against the dollar 0.1% to $ 1.1781 against the crisis in Greece, where anti-European party Syriza, declared that if the European Union does not reduce borrowing country will leave the community, while Mario Draghi and company prepare for new incentives in the form of purchase of government bonds, called quantitative easing.

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