The dollar is keeping a little firmer on the session as it maintains slight gains against the likes of the euro, franc, loonie, aussie and kiwi currently. EUR/USD is seen slipping to a session low of 1.1782 and nears a test of the 100-hour MA (red line) @ 1.1779.
Keep above that and the near-term bias stays more neutral - stuck between the key hourly moving averages - but break below, and sellers will start to seize more control.
Key support is still seen around 1.1700-10 though, which has served as a floor for the pair over the past three weeks of trading.
The risk mood is still keeping on the defensive with European equities down by more 1-2% across the board, while the yen is also staying bid amid a fall in Treasury yields. 10-year yields are down by 3 bps to 0.69% and that is pinning yen pairs lower.
USD/JPY is backing off another test of 107.00 earlier today and is trading at the lows currently around 106.69 - near-term support closer to 106.60.
Elsewhere, AUD/USD is also seen a little lower around 0.7140 and backing away from a test of its own 100-hour MA (red line) earlier in the session:
Sellers are still keeping near-term control as such but there is some minor support around 0.7132-36, before key support is seen closer to 0.7100-10.
Meanwhile, upside in the pair has been limited by resistance around 0.7180-90 this week and that remains the key line in the sand to watch for any near-term momentum for buyers.