So far optimism remain spread, which caused the U.S stocks to climb to a 1-week high, as the European leaders pledged officially to support Greece to control its surging debt crisis, which mounted hopes that the global recovery from the worst recession witnessed since WWII could accelerate slightly, while that today's US labor market data came out cheerful and better than the market forecasts.

As a result, the euro-dollar is narrow trading currently as traders appetite of risk continues on being faintly boosted, having the Union currency trading at 1.3679 recording a high of 1.3800 and a low of 1.3593 with a resistance at 1.3745 and a support at 1.3585, knowing that the pair may incline to the upside according to the one-hour momentum indicators.

As for the pound-dollar pair, it is inclining slightly but is forecasted to fall according to the one-hour stochastic oscillator, having the royal pound trading presently at 1.5684 recording a high a of 1.5698 and a low of 1.5558 with a resistance level seen at 1.5745 and a support level detected at 1.5580.

Now, turning to the dollar-yen pair, it is narrow trading between a resistance level seen at 90.10 and a support level witnessed at 88.90 with a tendency to fall to the downside according to different hour-charts momentum indicators, having the pair trading at 89.66 recording a high of 90.13 and a low of 89.55