The EUR gained support last Friday following the US's Non-Farm Payroll data which showed the US jobs sector contracting less than anticipated and enticing traders into riskier assets. The EUR, towards the close of trading last Friday, rose above the 1.4300 price level against the USD, and climbed against the GBP back towards 0.8730, while also clawing its way back to a week high against the JPY, upwards of the 133.40 price level.

Investor confidence in the Euro-Zone has been on the rise for the past few months and September appears to be set for being one of the better months for the 16-nation currency. Some reports have shown this confidence level to have reached a 13-month high, marking this month as the potential turning point in the global recession. The recent strength of the EUR supports this notion as it has begun to appreciate against all of its primary currency rivals.

As for today, the Euro-Zone and Britain will be the leading economies today considering that the US and Canada are on holiday to celebrate Labor Day. With low levels of liquidity, current trends will likely continue, but news about Germany's manufacturing sector could put a damper on recent EUR strength if it comes out much worse than expected.