So far the green Benjamin continues on gaining momentum throughout the currencies market after that today's world's largest economy jobs report was released for last month and came out cheerful and better than market forecasts, having the jobless rate plunging to 10% from a prior reading of 10.2%, while that the economy has lost only 11,000 jobs in November, which boosted the appeal of the dollar since an overall economical enhancement is taking place.

As a result, the euro fell 0.5% against the green dollar and the euro-dollar pair is so far plummeting to have the Union currency currently trading at 1.4853 recording a high of 1.5090 and a low of 1.4849 with a resistance at 1.5029 and a support at 1.4695, knowing that the pair may start to rise to the upside slightly according to the four-hour and one-hour stochastic oscillator.

Furthermore, the pound-dollar pair is falling as well as the royal pound is loosing considerably against the current strengthened dollar and the pair shows a tendency to climb to the upside according to the four-hour momentum indicators, having the pound now trading at 1.6470 recording a high of 1.6673 and a low of 1.6466 with a resistance at 1.6568 and a support at 1.6418.

As for the dollar-yen pair, it is continuing its incline to the upside as the dollar appeal is overshadowing the Japanese currency's one, knowing that the pair reached its highest level in a month, having the low-yielding currency so far trading at 90.29 recording a high of 90.36 and a low of 87.97 with a resistance at 91.59 and a support at 88.25.