The US Dollar (via DXY Index) has seen its losses from Wednesday, triggered by a round of US weaker than expected housing data, trickle into Thursday.
The British Pound slipped again after retail sales data for September illustrated how high inflation and low wage growth are crimping consumers' spending habits.
GBP/USD dropped by nearly half-a-cent after retail sales data for September painted a bleak picture of the UK high street with numbers weaker than expected and last month’s data revised lower.
The Australian Dollar had already risen on its own country’s employment stats and didn’t have much left in the tank for what were quite robust Chinese data
The Australian Dollar enjoyed a boost against its major counterparts as better-than-expected jobs data increased near-term RBA rate hike expectations.