FXstreet.com (Buenos Aires) - Despite under pressure, dollar is likely to remain range bound against most rivals during next Asian session, as the lack of momentum and the thin liquidity continue, and investors will likely to be waiting for other clues to get forex market direction.

Nikkei is expected to open higher, after strong U.S. gains past Friday and good European performance early Monday, and that will help keep both dollar and yen under pressure. Gbp rises, if risk appetite regains the desks, will probably remain limited ahead of this week BOE's decision: after past month extension of the quantitative easing, market players will likely to remain aside from Pound.

Commodity currencies, such as AUD and NZD that hit fresh year highs early Monday against greenback mounted on rising gold prices that reached $ 996./oz, will likely to continue leading the way.