Dollar prices fell against the yen and the euro today ahead of expected US data that may show an increase in jobless claims as companies lay off workers due to the rapid spread of the Corona virus.
Reuters reported that the British pound also continued its decline against the euro and the dollar due to fears that Britain is not ready to face the outbreak of the Corona virus at a time when health care systems in Italy and Spain are facing more than capacity.
The pound fell by 0.17 percent to $ 1,853.1 and fell by 47 percent to 92.05 pence per euro.
The Australian and New Zealand dollars, closely linked to global commodity trade, also fell against the US dollar.
The dollar fell 0.46 percent to 110.71 yen in Asia, and against the Swiss franc, the dollar fell 0.3 percent to 9743.0.