So far fears did not leave the currencies market as the world's largest economy released its Consumer Confidence for September today which actually showed an unexpected decline as it came in at 53.1; worse than the forecasted and prior readings, encouraging accordingly traders to target the low-yielding assets; the dollar and the yen.

As a result the euro-dollar pair is narrow trading due to technical movements and as a result of worries spread, having the Union currency so far trading around 1.4579 recording a high of 1.4645 and a low of 1.4523 with a resistance at 1.4613 and a support at 1.4528, knowing that the pair may rise according to the four-hour stochastic oscillator.

As for the pound-dollar pair, it is slightly declining and is forecasted to plunge further to the downside according to the four-hour momentum indicators, having the royal pound trading at 1.5951 recording a high of 1.5988 and a low of 1.5822 with a resistance at 1.5975 and a support at 1.5919.

Now, turning to the dollar-yen pair, it is plunging as the green Benjamin is being pulled to the downside by the low-yielding yen that is far trading around 90.08 recording a high of 90.37 and a low of 89.53, knowing that a resistance level could be witnessed at 90.26 and a support level detected at 89.91.