The Asian trading session was very calm today, amid the absence of the Asian region news, as most of the major Asian currencies were trading in a narrow negative range today, yet the currencies slightly rose amid the U.S. Federal Reserve's announcements , which indicated that the interest rate will remain unchanged at its record low for the upcoming period, yet these announcements encouraged the traders to buy the high yielding currencies against the U.S. dollar.

Starting with the New Zealand dollar, where the New Zealand dollar retreated against the U.S. dollar, as the NZD / USD recorded its lowest level today at 0.8212, and it recorded its highest at 0.8234, and currently its trading at 0.8220.

Moving to the AUD, where so-called Aussie slightly advanced against the U.S. dollar, and it's currently trading around 1.0510, as it reached its highest level at 1.532 and lowest at 1.0502.

Moving to the Japanese currency, as the USD/JPY pair is unexpectedly retreated against the U.S. dollar, as it is currently trading around 82.80, yet it recorded its highest at 83.02 and lowest at 82.79.

Heading to Europe, as Europe has an important data to be released, where Germany will release the the consumer confidence along with February's imports prices index.