Currencies EUR/USD The euro slid 0.1 percent to1.3056 dollars. The euro which is considered in crisis, awaits its fate when the European Central Bank will meet on Thursday. The pair hit 1.3037 in the morning which is its lowest since Monday.
USD/JPY The Japanese yen has fallen once more against most of its counterparts. The two day loss has the currency losing 0.3 percent and falling to 88.17 dollars at 6:39 London time. On the 4th of January the currency had reached its lowest level in over two years.
The Australian dollar has gained its three week high against the dollar. As imports and exports in China improve, its major trading partner Australia, has been positively affected and the country’s currency has been improving. The Aussie touched its strongest price since the 18th of December with 1.0555 dollars, before falling to 1.0552 dollars at 4:31 pm Sydney time, which is a 0.3 percent increase.
GBP/USD The British currency has suffered a big loss and has fallen lower than most of its counterparts, occupying the second to last spot. It reached its lowest level since the 30th of November at 1.5993 dollars, it then rose to 1.6012 dollars at 4:38 pm London time.