The green Benjamin managed to climb to a four-month high after that the minutes of the Federal Reserve's last meeting showed that officials saw decreasing benefits from monthly bond purchases but then consolidated faintly on current correctional movements taking place throughout the market. If truth be told Fed Officials saw throughout this last two-day meeting held on December 17 th and 18 th decreasing benefits from month bond purchases after that the previous meeting where the Federal Reserve took the decision and cut back on its asset purchases program amid crystal clear signs that the economy is strengthening. Now the euro is presently narrow trading on the four and one-hour charts as a result of the current technical movements sending in fact the EUR/USD pair to trade up around $1.3580 while recording the highest level of $1.3635 and lowest level of $1.3553 , knowing that the pair may incline but slightly as mixed signs are seen throughout the four-hour and one-hour momentum indicators. As for the British Pound, it is also consolidating on these correctional movements driving the GBP/USD pair to trade around $1.6451 while recording the highest level of $1.6472 and lowest of $1.6377 and is most probably going to remain at consolidated levels as mixed signs; buying and selling, are also witnessed at several time scale within the stochastic oscialltor. Finally, as a result of mixed signs witnessed throughout the momentum indicators at different time charts the USD/JPY pair is consolidating around ¥104.78 while recording the highest level of ¥105.12 and lowest levels of ¥104.66.
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