So far the dollar is still strengthening throughout the US session while that the yen fell to its lowest level witnessed since 2008 as Japan weakened its currency for the thir time this year due to fears felt by exporters that led Japan's Finance Minister Jun Azumi order the intervention.

Accordingly the euro-dollar pair is narrow trading on the one-hour chart but plunging deeply on the daily scale with the Union currency currently trading around 1.3937 recording a high of 1.4172 and a low of 1.3906 with a tendency of inclining slightly as shown on the four-hour momentum indicators. The trading range for today is among the major support at 1.4255 and the major resistance at 1.4560

Now the pound-dollar pair is still plummeting but faintly on the one-hour chart and falling on the daily scale due to a strengthened dollar with the royal pound actually trading around 1.6127 with a high of 1.6140 and a low of 1.6118 while that the pair is forecasted to consolidate as neutral and mixed sentiments are shown on different stochastic oscillator time charts. The trading range for today is among key support at 1.6225 and key resistance at 1.6715.

As for the dollar-yen pair, it of course climbed up considerably on the daily chart since that the yen fell to its lowest level witnessed since 2008 and got pushed down accordingly by the dollar trading so far around 78.00 recording a high of 79.52 and a low of 75.57. The trading range for today is among key support at 75.80 and key resistance now at 78.45.