So far, traders left the green Benjamin to target higher yielding assets as the U.S service industries expanded, knowing that the data concerning the ISM Non-Manufacturing Composite rose slightly to 50.9 from 48.4, boosting accordingly the appetite of risk of investors throughout the currencies market.

As a result, the euro-dollar pair is inclining as the appeal of the euro is boosted so far within the currencies market due to sentiments of hopes spread, having the Union currency trading at 1.4657 recording a high of 1.4669 and a low of 1.4579 with a resistance at 1.4703 and a support at 1.4600, knowing that the pair may rise further to the upside according to the four-hour stochastic oscillator.

Still, the pound-dollar pair is narrow trading due to rough technical movements and is forecasted to drop to the downside according to the four-hour momentum indicators, having the royal pound so far trading at 1.5935 recording a high of 1.6023 and a low of 1.5901 with a resistance at 1.6015 and a support at 1.5837.

Now, turning to the dollar-yen pair, it is slightly declining but shows a tendency to fall to a further extent according to the four-hour momentum indicators, having the low-yielding yen trading at 89.48 recording a high of 89.97 and a low of 89.28 with a resistance at 89.96 and a support at 89.14