Australia's dollar declined against all of its Group-of-10 counterparts as growth in the nation's employment fell short of economist estimates in May.
AUD/USD dropped 0.3% to 0.7554. Employment increased 12,000 in May, compared with the median economist forecast of 19,000, as full-time jobs dropped. The jobless rate retreated to 5.4% from 5.6%
The Aussie was also weighed down by concern China will retaliate against planned U.S. tariffs. The Trump administration said it will announce on Friday a final list of duties targeting Chinese products
USD/JPY slipped 0.1% to 110.19
EUR/USD steady at 1.1795 before the European Central Bank releases a policy decision later Thursday. The policymakers will hold their first formal talks on when to end their asset purchase program.