Dollar trades broadly lower today after weaker than expected economic data. Hawkish comments from Fed officials provide little support to the greenback. On the other hand, Canadian Dollar jumps as oil prices rebound. Sterling follows and is lifted broadly by political news in UK. Euro is supported by sentiments data which saw German Ifo hits record high. The greenback is only performing better than Japanese Yen and Swiss Franc. Released from US, durable goods orders dropped -1.1% in May versus expectation of -0.6%. Ex-transport orders rose 0.1% versus expectation of 0.4%.