The Dollar continue to gain versus most majors, continuing its last days rally, but skyrocketed completely after the FED raised discount rate charged to banks by 0.5% to 0.75% in order to will encourage financial institutions to rely more on money markets rather than the central bank for short-term liquidity needs. Philadelphia FED Manufacturing Index rose to 17.6 in February from 15.2, PPI rose more than the 0.8% forecast, to 1.4% but the Unemployment Claims rose to 473K. NASDAQ and Dow Jonesincreased by 0.69% and 0.81% respectively despite the partially disappointing date. Crude oil rose by 2.2%, closing at 79.06$ a barrel, despite the fact that oil inventories came out almost twice as much as predicted. Gold (XAU) decreased by 0.2% closed at 1116.6$ an ounce. Today, Core CPI is expected to rise from 0.1% to 0.2%.