The dollar remained supported after better data last week‘s gross domestic product in the US, as well as the prospects for an early increase in interest rates by the Federal Reserve.
The euro fell 0.2%, reaching a near two-year low after Greek Prime Minister announced that the likelihood of early parliamentary elections and exceptional, and trust on the economy will be reduced. “The euro threatens to break bottoms. House in Greece will be good for Europe “shared by IG Ltd. The euro is close to score 6-month declines against the dollar after the president of the Central Bank Mario Draghi work to achieve consensus for the purchase of government bonds by the ECB to step up inflation to the desired 2% next meeting between eighteen nations will be on 22 January.
The yen fell against the dollar to 120.58, compared to 120.31 on Friday after it became clear the final decisions to strengthen the incentives of the government in Japan, which amounted to 29 billion yen in the next year. These additional measures in order to increase inflation.
New Zealand kiwi fell 0.1 percent to 77.54 dollar cents after data in China’s industrial production disappointed, while China is the largest trading partner of New Zealand. Avstraliskiya dollar made small changes traded at 81.23 US cents per AUD.