The dollar was down on Friday morning in Asia, as an unexpected rise in the number of Americans claiming unemployment benefits and a slight decline in Treasury yields dampened investor sentiment. Data released by the U.S. on Thursday said that 1.106 Million Americans claimed Unemployment benefits during the previous week, surpassing the forecasted 925,000 claims prepared by Investing.com as well as last Thursday's 971,000 figure.
Overall the market is bearish with a downside breakout likely sending trade to attack a 1.1821 low. A close under 1.1821 is bearish. Today's Resistance 1.1900. A close over 1.1934 confirms the start of a reversing upturn.