The Dollar slid against most of the major currencies during yesterday's trading. The Dollar lost about 180 pips against the Euro today as the EUR/USD reached above the 1.2900 level once again. The Dollar also saw a 150 pips drop against the Pound.

The Dollar's bearish trend came as a result of Fed's Chairman Bernanke's testimony before the House Financial Services Committee. Bernanke stated that there is an unusually uncertain outlook for growth, yet he added that the Fed's near zero interest rates are already very simulative. He also added that if the recovery seems to be faltering, the Fed will consider different alternatives, such as lowering borrowing costs. It seems that investors expected the Fed Chairman to have a more proactive approach, as several economic data that were published during the last month have shown that the U.S. economic recovery isn't progressing as well as expected.

In addition, while Bernanke has delivered his speech, the Department of Labor has released the weekly Unemployment Claims data. The report showed that jobless claims in the U.S. have increased by 37,000 to 464,000, beating expectations for merely 449,000 claims. The combination of Bernanke's speech along with the poor employment data has weakened the Dollar against most of its major counterparts.

As for today, traders are advised to follow U.S. equity markets as they have a large correlation with Dollar's trading. Traders should also follow the European Bank Stress Test Results, which will be released tomorrow. The results might have a significant impact on thee major currencies, and traders should be prepared.