The U.S. dollar continues achieving gains against the major currencies after the U.S. Federal bank statement, which showed the results of testing the pressure on the U.S. banks along with noting that there are still some obstacles in the employment sector and the housing sector, while the business and household spending sectors are still improving.

The dollar advanced after the Fed statement, reaching its highest level in 11 months against the Japanese yen of 83.16, where the pair continues to rise against the yen in more than five weeks.

The USD / JPY pair is currently trading at the level of 83.15, while the euro traded at 108.67 against the yen after reaching its highest at 108.70.