So far overall trading throughout the currencies market is at a low volume and the general present outlook is calm as there's a lack of fundamentals being released from major economies; the E.U and the U.S, while that fears remain spread as the global economical revival pace may be slowed down by the surging uncontrolled deficit budgets of several European states as Greece, Portugal and Spain.

As a result, the euro-dollar is presently narrow trading; slightly plunging on the four-hour scale and faintly inclining on the one-hour chart, having the Union currency trading at 1.3681 recording a high of 1.3713 and a low of 1.3619 with a resistance at 1.3740 and a support at 1.3550, knowing that the pair shows a minor tendency to plunge to the downside according to the one-hour and four-hour stochastic oscillator.

As for the pound-dollar pair, it is consolidating between a resistance witnessed at 1.5720 and a support level seen around 1.5500 as mixed signs are seen throughout several time charts momentum indicators, having the royal pound now trading at 1.5623 recording a high of 1.5659 and a low of 1.5533.

Now, turning to the dollar-yen pair, it is narrow trading as neutral signs are actually detected throughout the one-hour and four-hour momentum indicators, having so far the low-yielding Japanese yen now trading at 89.28 recording a high of 89.56 and a low of 89.12 with a resistance at 89.90 and a support at 88.50.