EUR/USD: It is better for position traders to stay away from this market. The market is good for short-term swing traders, since the price is currently swinging within the resistance region around 1.1300 and the support line at 1.1100, all in the context of a downtrend. A rise is expected today or next week.
USD/CHF: In spite of what has happened so far this week, like low volatility and slow movement, the USD/CHF pair remains in a bullish market. With further bullish journey, the price is expected to test the resistance level at 0.9850, after breaking the resistance level at 0.9800 to the upside.
GBP/USD: This pair has been consolidating to the downside since Monday, though the bearish bias is clearly visible. The EMA 11 is below the EMA 56 and the RSI period 14 is staying below the level of 50. It is very much likely that the price would continue moving southwards when there is a break out of this consolidating market (in the context of a downtrend).
USD/JPY: The USD/JPY pair has not performed any strong directional movement this week (and for most of September 2015). This is a sideways market; but there is a high probability that a strong breakout would happen today or next week, which would take the price above the supply level at 121.00 or below the demand level at 119.00.
EUR/JPY: Although the EUR/JPY cross currently looks choppy, the outlook for the market is bearish. This week, the demand zone at 133.50 has been tested and it could be tested again. In case the demand zone is breached to the downside, the next target would be the demand zone at 133.00. There is a Bearish Confirmation Pattern in the market.