A quick look at the markets:
Big surprise came in for Aussie during the day as Australia printed better-than-expected trade balance figures. Their Trade surplus was higher in March, beating estimates and reaching its highest in almost a year to $1.53 billion AUD. Both their imports and exports increased by 1%.
However, New Zealand’s Commodity Price dipped from previous 1.2% to 1% in April.
In other news, the Unites States Federal Reserve left their interest rates unchanged at 1.75%, a move that was widely expected. The Fed officials reiterated that it plans to continue to raise rates gradually. As inflation is said to have moved close to its target range.