The American dollar surged today versus its major counterpart the European currency for the first time in four days, following the markets expectations that indicated the world's largest economy is on the track of recovery and it is gaining momentum, pushing investors to prefer buying dollar.

The union currency against the American dollar declined during today's trading session, and now the pair trades around 1.3105, recording a high of 1.3135 and a low of 1.3099. On the other hand, the daily momentum indicators give buying signs, while the four hours momentum indicators show the pair in an overbought area.

The pound/dollar pair rose during the Asian session, and now the pair trades around 1.5747, recording the highest at 1.5755 and the lowest at 1.5741, where the pound faces a resistance at 1.5770. The daily and four hours momentum indicators show the pair in an overbought area, which may limit the pair's upside movement.

The dollar/yen pair dropped during today's session, and now the pair trades around 83.16 levels, recording a low of 83.07 and the highest at 83.35. The daily momentum indicators show the pair in a natural trend, while the four hours show the pair in an oversold area.