Starting with the Australian dollar, where the Australian dollar recorded a slight retreat against the U.S. dollar and the AUD / USD pair reached its highest level in today's trading session at 1.0672 and reached its lowest level at 1.0607, while it is currently trading around 1.0653.

Moving to the New Zealand, as the NZD/USD pair is slightly retreating against the U.S. dollar as the pair is currently trading around the level of 0.8329 $, after reached its highest price at 0.8352 $ and lowest at 0.8303 $.

Moving to the Japanese currency, as the USD/JPY pair is dramatically advancing against the U.S. dollar, as the pair is currently trading around 80.05, after recorded its highest price at 80.06 and lowest at 79.65.

Moving to Europe, where the European markets found more support today after the United Kingdom released the public finances figures for January, as U.K. records the largest surplus in four years, yet Bank of England Deputy Governor Charlie Bean said agreement on a second bailout for Greece may not be enough to end the debt crisis and countries in the euro- area periphery must reduce debt and improve competitiveness.

On the other hand, today the Bank of England will release February's meeting-minutes along with the release of the PMI manufacturing and services figures by Germany, which is expected to record a minor advance, also the Euro Zone will release February's PMI Composite and manufacturing figures.