So far ahead of the FOMC Minutes Meeting mixed sentiments are spread throughout the currencies market along with technical movements as one hand the country's consumers' sentiment regarding business conditions, employment and personal income rose unexpectedly to 53.5 from a prior reading of 50.4, while on the other hand business activities within the superpower expanded at a slower pace this month as well as the Chicago PMI plummeted to 56.7 from a prior reading of 62.3.

Accordingly as a result of these fears, worries and current technical movements the euro-dollar pair is consolidating with the Union currency trading around $1.2694 recording a high of $1.2698 and a low of $1.2623 with a resistance level of $1.2840 and a support level of $1.2470, knowing that the pair may start to fall according to the one-hour stochastic oscillator.

As for the pound-dollar pair, it is inclining slightly at the four-hour and one-hour scales and forecasted to climb further to the upside according to several time charts momentum indicators, having the royal pound now trading around $1.5349 recording a high of $1.5472 and a low of $1.5324 with a resistance level witnessed at $1.5600 and a support level seen at $1.2580.

Now, turning to the dollar-yen pair, it is narrow trading around between a resistance level witnessed at 86.90 and a support level detected at 82.55 as mixed signs are seen throughout the various time-scales momentum indicators, watching the pair trading around 84.13 recording a high of 84.66 and a low of 83.93.