Overall the foreign exchange market was mirrored in small ranges across the major currency pairs with the bias of a stronger USD still in play. EUR was relatively unchanged ( 1.2849 / +.03%) ,despite weaker than expected IFO survey out of Germany. GBP (1.6400 / +.10%)  is holding on to yesterdays gains after the market returns to the views of the monetary policy committee after the passing of the Scottish referendum.   On the commodity currencies, – NZD was slightly better bid ( .8066 / +.24%) on a better than expected trade deficit , while the AUD$ had stabilized and trading better bid ( .8868 / + .34%) after the Reserve Bank of Australia’s semiannual financial stability review and yesterdays impulsive sell off . The CAD was practically unchanged ( 1.1075 / +0.02%) after yesterdays sell off triggered by comments by the Bank’s deputy governor Carolyn Wilkins which implied that interest rates are likely to be low for a while. In Asia, the Yen ( 108.57 / +.28%)  is slightly stronger overnight after the recent global stock market volatility and comments overnight by Prime minister Abe , that the weaker Yen were causing problems for Japan’s small businesses.