The U.S. dollar traded mixed lower against the most major currencies. The greenback remained supported by the speculation the Fed could start to hike its interest rate in June.
There will released no major economic reports in the U.S.
The euro traded higher against the U.S. dollar in the absence of any major reports from the Eurozone.
Concerns over Greece's debt problems continue to weigh on the euro, despite the fact that Greece repaid the International Monetary Fund (IMF) tranche of 448 million euros last week.
The British pound traded higher against the U.S. dollar in the absence of any major reports from the U.K.
The New Zealand dollar traded higher against the U.S. dollar. In the overnight trading session, the kiwi declined against the greenback in the absence of any economic reports from New Zealand.
The weak Chinese trade data weighed on the kiwi. China's trade surplus fell to $3.10 billion in March from $60.60 billion in February, missing expectations for a decline to a surplus of $43.40 billion.
Exports dropped 14.6% in March, while imports slid 12.3%.
The Australian dollar traded mixed against the U.S. dollar. In the overnight trading session, the Aussie decreased against the greenback in the absence of any economic reports from Australia.
The weak Chinese trade data weighed on the Aussie.
The Japanese yen traded higher against the U.S. dollar. In the overnight trading session, the yen traded lower against the greenback despite the better-than-expected core machinery orders from Japan. Japan's core machinery orders declined 0.4% in February, beating expectations for a 2.8% drop, after a 1.7% fall in January.
On a yearly basis, Japan's core machinery orders climbed 5.9% in February, exceeding expectations for a 3.7% gain, after a 1.9% rise in January.
The Bank of Japan (BoJ) released its March monetary policy meeting minutes. The central bank said that the economy will continue to recover moderately. The consumer inflation is expected to be about zero percent "for the time being".