Today, the pair shows an ambiguous dynamics. The Australian dollar was supported amid rising National Australia Bank Business Confidence Index in June from −20 to 1 point.
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The EUR/USD pair shows flat dynamics during Tuesday’s trading session.
GBP shows ambiguous dynamics of trading during today's morning session.
Today, during the Asian session, oil prices are falling slightly, trying to consolidate below the level of $40 per barrel. The instrument is under pressure since the market waits for the OPEC+ meeting today, where the parties may revise the existing restrictions on oil production volumes downward.
Today, during the Asian session, the USD/CHF pair is growing slightly, continuing to develop the correctional impulse that formed last Thursday.
Last week, oil quotes traded around 43.00 under the pressure of investors' concerns about the growing US coronavirus epidemic and supported by rising energy demand.
Last week, the pair grew and reached 1.2568. The pound was actively strengthening amid the announcement of new government measures to support the economy and continuation of social restrictions lifting.
Today, during the Asian session, the USD/CAD pair is falling slightly, testing the level of 1.3555 for a breakdown. CAD is supported by the Canadian labor market report for June published last Friday.
Today, during the Asian session, the NZD/USD pair shows flat trading dynamics, testing the level of 0.6580 for a breakout. Statistics from New Zealand insignificantly supports the instrument. Thus, the June food price index increased by 0.5% MoM after a decline of 0.8% MoM in the previous month.
AUD is showing insignificant growth against USD during today's Asian session, recovering from a "bearish" end of trading last week. Investors are buying AUD amid taking a short profit on the instrument, while fundamentally the picture is changing little.