he euro fell further in early Asian session on Friday after Greece delayed key payment of a debt to the International Monetary Fund and regional investors looked forward to the performance of Yaponiya.Tova is the first time in five years of crisis Greece to defer payment
EUR / USD fell 0.28% to 1.1206 in early Asia.
USD / JPY changed hands at 124.38. up to 0.02%
The same composite index reflects current business conditions and is expected to post first rise in three months in April, 1.3 points after falling 1.5 points in March.
Then at 1500 (0600 GMT), get an overview of ESP Forecast economists on GDP, CPI to wrap up the day's events.
In Australia, construction AIG index to 47.8, remaining AUD / USD da traded for 0.7687, up 0.04%.
US dollar index, which measures the strength of the greenback against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies, rose 0.18 percent to 95.66.
The dollar was steady against a basket of other major currencies on Thursday after data showed that the number of people who applied for unemployment assistance in the US last week fell more than expected and investors will watch the employment report on Friday.
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