Imports declined 1.6% on year in May, while exports rose 7%.
The US economy created 217,000 jobs in May, up from expectations for an increase of 215,000 jobs, data revealed last week. The unemployment rate was unchanged at 6.3%.
The aussie hit 95.91 against the yen for the first time since
The aussie that closed Friday's deals at 0.9327 against the greenback and 1.0196 against the loonie rose to 0.9350 and 1.0224, respectively. The next possible resistance for the aussie lies around 0.94 against the greenback and 1.035 against the loonie.
The aussie edged up to 1.4590 against the euro, compared to last week's closing quote of 1.4606. The aussie is likely to find resistance around the 1.45 mark.
Eurozone Sentix indicator for June is set for release in the European session.
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