The U.S. dollar was mostly stable during the early Asian session amid the results in Japan showing that Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister, won Sunday's polls.
The sterling dropped to its one day low amid the data releases showing that the retail sales in the U.K diminished aggressively for the month of September adding concerns that the British economy is losing considerable momentum.
The precious metal, gold, stabilized today, following the previous largest loss within approximately a period of four weeks, amid the markets resuming focusing and speculating Trump's decision for the candidate who will be succeeding Janet Yellen.
The Aussie traded lower versus its major counterpart, the U.S. dollar, amid the New Zealand stabilizing and recovering from Friday's losses following the U.S. inflation data release.
The Australian dollar traded higher today in the early Asian trading session ahead of China's trade data release. The AUD/USD pair traded at 0.7822 rising 0.03%, the EUR/USD at 1.1831 stable, and the USD/JPY at 112.27 declining 0.02%.