U.S. dollar strengthened against most of the major currencies following the release of today's data which indicated a decline in requests for subsidy of America the best of expectations, raising of indicators to reduce some of the losses, but still of concern based on the market on the subject of roof of U.S. debt which occupied the focus of major economies around the world.

With reference to the dollar index - which measures the performance of the dollar against six major currencies including the euro and the Japanese yen and the pound sterling - has risen on the chart for one day, currently trading at levels of 74.23, with the highest level during the day at 74.40 since the opening levels, which amounted to 74.09 and achieving a minimum level of him during the day at 73.88.

Pointing out that the husband of the euro against the U.S. dollar fell on the chart for one day of trading at levels of 1.4304 dollars, confined between the levels of support at 1.4275 dollars and resistance levels at 1.4335 dollars, and the pair achieved a higher level to him during the day at 1.4400 dollars and achieving a minimum level during his the day at 1.4253 dollars.

As for the pair of sterling against the U.S. dollar has settled on the chart for one day of trading at levels of 1.6334 dollars, confined between the levels of support at 1.6330 dollars and resistance levels at 1.6365 dollars, and the pair achieved the highest levels during the day at 1.6365 dollars, has recorded its lowest level in the day at 1.6294 dollars.

Finally, down a man the U.S. dollar against the Japanese yen to trade at levels of 77.84 yen, confined between the levels of support at 77.45 yen, and the levels of resistance at 78.35 yen, with the knowledge that the husband was able to achieve the highest levels during the day at 78.02 yen, its lowest level during the day at 77.63 yen.