The British pound continued to gain against the federal currency in today's Asian session ahead of fundamentals expected to show public finances inclined to 31.3 billion in March. The Japanese yen began gained slightly against the dollar and started to offset declines witnessed by the beginning of this week. On the other hand, the USDIX recorded a high of 81.24 and a low of 81.10, while it is currently trading around 81.15.

The euro dollar pair rose slightly in today's Asian session to record a high of 1.3401 and a low of 1.3372, having the union currency trading around 1.3397. The pair fell in yesterday's trades for the second straight day to find the strong support at 1.3360 levels, from where it began to incline again. Today's trading range shall be between 1.3500 levels and the 1.3360 levels, and the pair is trading in the oversold area according to the stochastic oscillator on the daily chart.

Regarding the pound dollar pair, it continued to rally for the fourth straight day recording a high of 1.5447 and a low of 1.5397, having the royal currency trading around 1.5445. The pair is having a resistance at 1.5455 along with a support at 1.5330, and the pair may show further gains according to momentum indicators on the daily charts. However, the British retail sales and public finances are on queue today that may move the pair.

Finally, the dollar yen pair fell slightly recording a low of 92.73 and a high of 92.99, while the pair is currently trading around 92.85. Today's support could be found at 92.25, while the resistance could be found at 93.70, and if the pair breached the support, it may fall back to the 91.60 levels. Yet, the U.S PPI will be released today that may move the market.