FXstreet.com (Buenos Aires) - Majors have been mostly range bound in the past two hours, waiting for U.S. ADP survey to be publish in around 30 minutes. This private survey that tends to advance next Friday's government report Nonfarm Payrolls; market players had been speculating that an improvement in employment conditions could lead the FED to raise rates sooner than expected, thus recent speeches have made it clear that the U.S. central bank has no intention of raising interest rates anytime soon.

EUR/USD remains hovering between 1.4330/1.4380, while Pound keeps falling against dollar, barely above today's' low of 1.5943; Swiss Franc remains the strongest of the European currencies, still capped under 1.0365 resistance area, while USD/JPY hold to early gains and quotes around 92.30.

With Oil and Gold strong, commodity currencies remain pushing higher, with AUD/USD quoting at the 0.9150 area, with immediate resistance around 0.9173 yesterday's high, and USD/CAD at 1.0372, 40 pips above the 11 weeks low printed early today of 1.0333