The green Benjamin is loosing momentum throughout the currencies market as a result of today's dull US Jobs Report, knowing that the jobless reached so far 9.8%; the worst in 26 years, mounting accordingly speculations that the Federal Reserve will most probably hold the borrowing costs near zero within this next period.

As a result, the euro-dollar pair is rising to the upside and may even rise further according to the four-hour scale stochastic oscillator, having the Union currency trading so far around 1.4610 recording a high of 1.4647 along with a resistance at 1.4637 and a support at 1.4566.

As for the pound-dollar pair, it is inclining as well as the royal pound is advancing considerably against the green Federal currency and trading so far around 1.5944 recording a high of 1.5955 and a low of 1.5801 with a resistance at 1.5984 and a support at 1.5837, knowing that the pair shows a tendency to climb further to the upside according to the four-hour chart momentum indicators.

Now, turning to the dollar-yen pair, it is plummeting being pulled by the low-yielding yen and is expected to plunge further according to the one-hour momentum indicators, having the Japanese yen trading at 89.45 recording a high of 89.92 and a low of 88.58 with a resistance at 89.90 and a support at 89.12.