The US Dollar weakened in Asia after Friday's NFP number missed expectations. EUR/USD opened around 1.1150 in Sydney and rose to a high of 1.1175. GBP/USD rallied from 1.3290 to 1.3330 overnight, while USD/JPY declined from 104.10 to 103.45.
The commodity currencies caught a bid amid the broad USD weakness. AUD/USD rose from 0.7560 to 0.7605 and is up 0.50 % on the day. NZD/USD made it from 0.7280 to 0.7340, a gain of 0.65 %. Meanwhile, USD/CAD fell from 1.2995 to 1.2950.
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