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Movers and Shakers
The mover of the day chart shows the day’s biggest move during the time range from midnight to 3 PM GMT with a short analysis of particularly sharp moves.
The Movers and Shakers chart shows a clear picture of the currency correlations where the eight most popular currencies are listed. Starting from the top we go through the list of the majors with short descriptions of the market moving events out during the day.
  • Movers and Shakers
    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Sep 27, 15:58
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX markets at 3 PM GMT on this Tuesday.
    Euro/Australia moved sharply down early in the day and then once again after 9 o’clock to stand point 84% in the red, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Economic calendar is relatively light and antipodes top the advancers and decliners table as Australian Dollar trades point 12% up from the neighboring New Zealand Dollar.
    UK CBI realized sales survey dropped into the negative territory, but Sterling is mostly higher.
    Japanese Yen is followed closely by the Greenback as US consumer confidence was reported improving sharply.
    Loonie Dollar is the most bearish of the three commodity currencies on the table.
    Swiss Franc is up only from the Single currency, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Moving on to longer terms, Australia/Dollar tops the weekly bulls chart with a rise of 2.39%. Sterling/Australia has depreciated the most over the same term, standing slightly more than 3% in the red.
    Australia/Canada has had a bullish month and the pair is up by 2.85%. 2.66% is the top decline and it’s posted y Sterling/Australia.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and this wraps up Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers, but do click back tomorrow for this week’s last report. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Sep 26, 15:34
    It's 3 PM GMT on this Monday, and it's time for the Movers and Shakers.
    Pound/New Zealand has been trending lower for most of the day, and it is the mover of the day with a loss of point 53 percent.
    New Zealand exports took a strong hit in August, but Kiwi nevertheless is the most bullish major, albeit by a very narrow margin.
    A number of recent developments, including concerns about the health of European banking system, have sparked increased demand for safe haven Yen, which is trading level with the Aussie.
    The latest German Ifo index came in stronger than expected, and the Common Currency is a fraction up from the Swissie.
    US new home sales fell less than anticipated in August, and Greenback is trading slightly North from the neighbouring Loonie, which, in turn, is almost level with the Pound.
    And here's how things look in longer terms. Australia/Dollar has gained more than 2% over a week, making it the most bullish instrument, whereas Pound/Australia tops the weekly bears chart with a decline of 2.99%.
    Euro/Pound is the most bullish pair in monthly terms, having gained 2.36%, and Pound/Australia posts the biggest decline, namely, 2.61%.
    I'm Jessica Walker and that's what's been moving and shaking this Monday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Sep 23, 16:02
    This trading week is coming to an end, but, before we leave for the weekend, let's recap what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets this Friday.
    New Zealand/Dollar is the mover of the day with a loss of more than 1%. The pair was trending lower for most of the day.
    There has been very limited movement in the Euro/Dollar, and, in fact, both currencies are at the top of the Advancers and Decliners table, with the Buck just a fraction up from the Common Currency.
    Traders are betting that the Bank of Japan will not expand its QE program any further, and Yen is trading slightly higher than the Swissie, which, in turn, is almost level with the Aussie.
    Moving point 46% lower, we get to the Loonie, which took a hit as Canadian inflation data came in weaker than anticipated.
    There have been renewed talks that the City of London may not keep its position in the financial world, and Sterling is down against most rivals, but it is point 1% up from the Kiwi, which is the most bearish major.
    And let's take a quick look at the weekly chart, where Australia/New Zealand is the most bullish pair with a gain of 2.22%. Pound/Australia tops the bearish chart with a decline of 2.92%.
    Euro/Pound has gained more than 2% over a month, and it is the biggest increase. Pound/Australia has lost 2.53% over the same period, which makes it the most bearish instrument.
    I'm Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Friday. We'll be back on Monday but until then, have a great weekend and goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Sep 22, 15:48
    It's the day after the Fed decision, so let's see what has been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    Swiss Franc/Yen started moving higher after 6 o'clock, and it it is the mover of the day with a gain of 1.15%.
    Three European currencies have actually gained most following the Fed decision, and Swissie is the most bullish major.
    Sterling has recovered the ground it lost yesterday, and it is trading almost level with the Common Currency.
    Oil prices have moved higher, and Canadian Dollar is point 13% up from the Aussie Dollar, which also has benefitted from rising commodity prices.
    So the Greenback has seen a decline following the decision not to raise rates, but much of it was already priced in, and it still stands point 32% up from Kiwi.
    And Yen has given up its yesterdays gains, as it now sits at the bottom of the Advancers and Decliners table.
    Moving on to the long-term charts, Australia/Dollar has gained most over a week, and it's up by more than 2%, whereas Pound/Australia posts the biggest decline, having lost 2.64%.
    Now, the monthly performance is actually weaker, as the top performer Australia/Canada is up by no more than 1.28%. Euro/Australia has lost just point 72%, but it is enough to make it the most bearish instrument.
    I'm Kiays Khaliland you've been watching the Movers and Shakers Report for Thursday. Check back in tomorrow for this week's last overview. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Sep 21, 15:53
    Helicopter money is off the table, at least for a while. Let's find out where this leaves the 8 majors.
    Canada/Yen is the Mover of the Day with a drop of more than 1%. The pair did go up before half past 4 in the morning, but the subsequent movement was much more bearish.
    The Bank of Japan did not expand its monetary stimulus programme, and Yen is the most bullish major by a wide margin, no less than point 62% up from the Aussie.
    The latest Swiss National Bank bulletin suggests policy makers are cautiously optimistic about the prospects of Swiss economy, and Swissie is point 21% up from the Buck.
    Traders are waiting for the upcoming Reserve Bank of New Zealand interest rate announcement, and the Kiwi is almost level with the Common Currency.
    UK budget deficit was smaller than anticipated in August, and Pound is a fraction up from the Loonie, which is the most bearish major.
    And here's how things look in the long-term. Australia/Swiss Franc tops the weekly chart with a gain of 1.79%, whereas Pound/Yen is the most bearish instrument, having lost 3.31%.
    New Zealand/Canada has gained most over a month, standing 2.64% in the green, and Euro/New Zealand tops the bearish chart with a decline of more than 2%.
    I'm Sam Meredith and that's what's been moving and shaking on this Wednesday. We'll be right back tomorrow to cover the latest developments, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Sep 20, 16:04
    Hello traders, you're watching the Movers and Shakers Report for Tuesday.
    Pound/Swiss Franc went down after 7 o'clock in the morning, losing point 85%, which makes it the Mover of the Day.
    Four currencies are trading within an extremely narrow range. Swissie is trading level with Yen ahead of the upcoming Bank of Japan Monetary Policy Statement, and both are the most bullish majors.
    Remarkably enough, two commodity currencies stand just a fraction South from the safe havens, with Aussie trading slightly higher than the neighbouring Aussie.
    There has been limited movement for the Euro/Dollar ahead of tomorrow's Fed statement and, in fact, the Buck is almost level with the Common Currency.
    Oil prices have slipped again, and Loonie Dollar is down against most rivals.
    And there have been renewed fears the United Kingdom might be heading towards a hard Brexit, which have sent the Pound all the way to the bottom of the Advancers and Decliners table.
    And here's how things look in the long-term charts. Euro/Pound has gained most over a week, standing almost 2% in the green, whereas Pound/Yen posts the biggest decline, namely, 3.18%.
    New Zealand/Canada tops the monthly chart with a gain of 4.54%, and Australia/New Zealand is the most bearish pair with a loss of 2.63%.
    I'm Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview. Goodbye for now.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Sep 19, 16:28
    Let’s take a look at the FX Market movers and shakers for Monday, 19th of September.
    Ozzy Dollar has been on a rise against the Buck and the pair has gained point 87% over the day, which is the biggest move.
    It’s a green day for global equities and antipodes top the advancers and decliners table. The RBA monetary policy meeting minutes are out later and Ozzy Dollar is point 24% up from the Kiwi Dollar as New Zealand Westpac consumer sentiment improved.
    Japanese Yen trades mostly higher, while markets are closed in Japan for a holiday.
    UK Rightmove house price index advanced by point 7% and Sterling is point 12% up from the Euro as Euro Zone current account surplus narrowed down sharply..
    Canadian Dollar is near the bottom of the table and it’s the most bearish of the three commodity currencies on the table.
    Swiss Franc is up only from the Buck, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table, despite a jump in US NAHB housing market index.
    Moving on to longer terms, Buck has gained the most ground over a week against the Loonie Dollar and Australia/Canada shows a similar rise. Sterling/Yen tops the bearish section, standing 2.28% in the red.
    New Zealand/Canada has had a bullish month and the pair is up by 3.54%. Australia/New Zealand leads the bearish section with a slide of 2.14%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this wraps up Monday’s Movers and Shakers. Tune in tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Sep 16, 15:30
    Weekend is almost here now, so let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets.
    The Cable has declined by more than 1%, which is the day’s biggest move. Early hours were calm, followed by a sharp slide, which started after 6 o’clock in the morning.
    US stock indexes have opened in the red, but Buck trades on top of the advancers and decliners table as US CPI was stronger than expected.
    Japanese Yen is mostly higher and it’s followed by a couple of commodity currencies – Ozzy and Loonie Dollars. Canadian manufacturing sales disappointed with a fractional rise.
    Italian trade surplus rose sharply and Single currency trades in a close range with the Kiwi Dollar and the Swiss Franc.
    Then there’s a bit of a gap and Sterling wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Dollar/Canada has had a bullish week and the pair has gained 1.67%. Canada/Yen has depreciated the most over the same term, standing 2.27% in the red.
    Sterling/Canada shows the top advance over a month and the pair is up by 3.67%. Australia/New Zealand leads the bearish section with a slide of 2.46%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Friday. Have a nice weekend and check back on Monday for more. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Sep 15, 16:14
    This Thursday has been busy with market shakers, so let’s find out how the 8 major currencies stack up at 3 PM GMT.
    Sterling/Canada is the mover of the day with a decline of point 71%. Gradual downtrend started after 4 o’clock in the morning.
    Commodity currency trio tops the advancers and decliners table and Loonie Dollar is the most bullish one, followed closely by the Kiwi Dollar, despite a disappointing overnight New Zealand GDP release.
    Australian unemployment rate slipped, but employment change disappointed and Ozzy Dollar is slightly South of the neighboring Kiwi Dollar.
    Swiss Franc trades just a fraction up from the safe-haven Japanese Yen following the SNB quarterly monetary policy assessment.
    US Industrial production and retail sales both disappointed, making a September rate hike less likely and Buck is mostly lower.
    Finalized Euro Zone CPI was unchanged and Single currency is up only from the Sterling, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table as Bank of England said another rate cut is possible this year.
    Weekly bulls table is led by Euro/Australia and the pair has gained 2.45%. Australia/Dollar has depreciated the most, standing 2.76% in the red.
    Moving on to monthly charts, Sterling/Australia shows the top advance and the pair is up by 4.57%. Australia/New Zealand leads the bearish section with a slide of close to 3%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and you’ve been watching the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Check back for Friday’s report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Sep 14, 16:11
    The European trading is over on this Wednesday, so let's see what has been moving and shaking.
    New Zealand/Canada was trending higher for most of the day, gaining point 75%, and it is enough to make it the Mover of the Day.
    Kiwi has recovered the ground it lost yesterday, and then some, as it's point 26% up from the Swissie.
    Euro Zone industrial production slipped in July, but the Common Currency still is up against most rivals.
    Australian consumer confidence continued to improve in September, and Aussie is a fraction North from the Greenback.
    Pound is trading mostly lower ahead of tomorrow's Bank of England statement, and it stands almost level with the Yen.
    And the weaker oil prices continue to put pressure on the Loonie, which is the most bearish major.
    And here's a look at the long-term charts. Euro/Australia has gained most over a week, standing 2.75% in the green, whereas Australia/Dollar is the most bearish pair with a loss of 2.81%.
    Pound/Australia is the top performer in monthly terms, having gained 5.14%, and the Antipodes show markedly different results over the same period, as Australia/New Zealand has lost 3.68%.
    I'm Sam Meredith and these were the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. We'll be back tomorrow to cover the latest developments, but until then, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Sep 13, 16:00
    US stock indexes have opened well into the red as Energy and Basic Materials sectors are leading the slide, so let’s see how this reflects on the 8 major currencies.
    Euro/New Zealand is the mover of the day with a gain of 1.23%. Sharpest rise took place after 10 AM GMT.
    German and Euro Zone ZEW economic sentiment reports disappointed, but Single currency takes the top spot on the advancers and decliners table.
    US stocks have opened sharply lower and Buck is mostly higher, followed closely by the Swiss Franc, which is point 5% up from the Japanese Yen.
    Commodity currencies are under pressure and Australian Dollar is just slightly up from the Loonie Dollar as oil headed lower.
    UK CPI remained unchanged and house price index growth slowed down more than expected and Sterling is up only from the Kiwi Dollar, which sits at the bottom of the table.
    Let’s move on to longer terms, where Euro/Canada shows the biggest rise over a week, standing 1.74% in the green. Canada/Yen is the top decliner and it’s down by 2.85%.
    Monthly bulls table is led by Sterling/Australia and it’s the only pair that has gained more than 4%. Australia/New Zealand has meanwhile depreciated by 3.52%.
    I’m Sam Meredith and you’ve been watching Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Check back for Wednesday’s overview, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Sep 12, 15:50
    Let’s find out where the 8 major currencies trade at 3 PM GMT on this Monday.
    Canada/Yen is the mover of the day with a decline of point 81%. Early hours were flat, followed by a sharp decline and a rebound from the daily low.
    Economic calendar is light on this Monday and Yen tops the advancers and decliners table. Japanese preliminary machine tool orders showed decline slowing down and core machinery orders jumped by almost 5%.
    UK Leading index was reported unchanged and Sterling is point 2% South of the top advancer.
    Swiss Franc trades mostly up and it’s point 13% up from the Buck. US stock indexes rose after the red Friday.
    Single currency is up only from the commodity currency trio, which is under pressure and they line up as follows – Kiwi Dollar, followed by the Ozzy Dollar and at the bottom of the table is the Loonie Dollar.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/Canada with a rise of 1.17%. Canada/Yen has depreciated the most over the same term, standing 2.6% in the red.
    Sterling/Australia tops the monthly bulls table with a rise of close to 5%. Australia/New Zealand has had a bearish month and the pair is down by 3.65%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Monday’s Movers and Shakers, but do click back tomorrow when the next report will be available. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Sep 09, 15:48
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX markets at 3 PM GMT on this Friday.
    Australian Dollar took a slide against the Buck after 6 o’clock and the pair stands more than 1% in the red and that’s the day’s biggest move.
    US stock indexes have opened sharply lower and Buck trades on top of the advancers and decliners table.
    UK trade deficit declined and Sterling is near the top of the chart.
    Japanese Yen trades in a close range with a couple of currencies and Swissie is one of them as Swiss unemployment rate edged slightly higher.
    German trade surplus narrowed down and French industrial production contracted and Euro is a fraction South of the Swissie.
    Commodity currencies are under pressure and New Zealand Dollar is the most bullish one of them, trading a fraction North of the Loonie Dollar. Canadian employment change was positive, but jobless rate inched slightly higher.
    Australian home loans dropped by 4.2% and Ozzy dollar wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly advancers table shows all of the rises South of the 1% mark and Euro/Sterling is the most bullish pair. Sterling/Yen tops the bearish section, standing 1.59% in the red.
    Sterling/Australia has gained the most ground over a month and the pair is up by 4%. Australia/New Zealand has had a bearish month and the pair is down by 3.31%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and you’ve been watching the Movers and Shakers for Friday. Have a nice weekend and check back on Monday for more. Goodbye.
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    Thu, Sep 08, 16:00
    Find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this ECB Monetary Policy Thursday.
    Euro/New Zealand is the mover of the day with an increase of point 6% as the pair retreated from the daily high.
    Mario Draghi said policy makers didn’t discuss extending the bond-buying program and Single currency leads the advancers and decliners table.
    Finalized Japanese GDP growth was revised higher and Japanese Yen is just point 11% down from the top advancer.
    Australian Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies on the table as Australian trade deficit narrowed down more than expected.
    US jobless claims declined and Buck trades in a close range with the Swissie, which stands point 17% North of the UK Sterling.
    Canadian data was mixed as building permits rose less than estimated, but new house price index advanced by point 4% and Loonie Dollar is up only from the Kiwi Dollar, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Moving on to longer terms, NZD/Buck tops the weekly bulls table and AUD/Buck shows a similar rise as well. Sterling/New Zealand has depreciated the most and it’s close to 2% in the red.
    NZD/Buck has gained the most ground over a month as well and the pair is up by 3.6%. Australia/New Zealand has had a bearish month and loss measures at 3.36%.
    I’m Sam Meredith and that’s it for Thursday’s movers and shakers, but do click back tomorrow for this week’s last overview. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Sep 07, 15:58
    Expectations of a Fed rate hike possibility have seen plenty of volatility recently, so let’s see if the FX markets are equally volatile on this Wednesday.
    New Zealand Dollar has been heading up against the Loonie Dollar throughout the day and the pair has gained slightly more than 1% to post the day’s biggest move.
    Kiwi Dollar tops the advancers and decliners table for the second day in a row and it’s point 49% up from the Swiss Franc, which is also having a generally bullish day.
    Buck declined as investors scaled back their expectations of a rate hike by the Fed and it’s close to level with the Single currency.
    Australian GDP increased slightly less than expected and Ozzy Dollar is followed closely by the Japanese Yen.
    UK Manufacturing production dropped by point 9%, putting downward pressure on the Sterling, which is up only from the Loonie Dollar.
    Bank of Canada left monetary policy unchanged, citing increasing risks of weak inflation and slow economic growth.
    Leader of the weekly advancers table is New Zealand/Dollar with an increase of close to 3%. Dollar/Canada tops the bearish table, standing almost 2% in the red.
    New Zealand/Dollar has appreciated the most over a month and the pair is up by 4.7%. Australia/New Zealand has had a bearish month, standing more than 4% in the negative territory.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s it for Wednesday’s report, but do click back tomorrow for the next overview. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Sep 06, 16:38
    Hello, you’re watching the Dukascopy FX Movers and Shakers, where we’ll find out how the 8 major currencies stack up at 3 PM GMT on this Tuesday.
    New Zealand Dollar was moving gradually up against the Buck and a late surge puts the pair 1 and a half percent in the green, which is the day’s biggest move.
    New Zealand Dollar is the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table and it’s just slightly up from the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    Australian Dollar trades up against most of the rivals as Glenn Stevens ended his ten years at the top of the RBA by leaving cash rate unchanged at a record low of 1 and a half percent.
    Sterling is level with the Single currency. Euro Zone GDP showed no change from previous release.
    Swiss GDP surprised on upside with a growth of point 6% quarter on quarter, but Swissie is mostly lower.
    Loonie Dollar is the most bearish of the three commodity currencies on the chart as traders return to their desks after a three day long weekend in both Canada and US.
    US ISM non-manufacturing PMI disappointed and Buck wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Sterling/Yen and the pair is up by close to 4%. Euro/Sterling tops the bearish section, standing 2.33% in the red.
    Kiwi Dollar/Yen has had a bullish month and the pair is up by 4.56%. Euro/New Zealand has depreciated the most and it’s down by 2.69%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s it for Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers report, but do click back tomorrow. Goodbye for now.
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    Mon, Sep 05, 15:53
    It’s 3 PM GMT on this week’s first trading day, so let’s see where the 8 major currencies trade.
    Euro/Canada moved South in a couple of waves after 6 o’clock and the pair stands point 58% in the red, which is the day’s biggest move.
    It’s a bank holiday in Canada and Loonie Dollar tops the advancers and decliners table as Brent rallied towards the 50 USD level, before a correction wiped out most of the gains.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen trades up against most of the rivals and it’s only a fraction South of the top advancer.
    RBA rate statement is due tomorrow and Australian Dollar is followed closely by the neighboring New Zealand Dollar.
    UK Services PMI jumped back above the 50 threshold and Sterling is just slightly up from the Buck as traders enjoy a three day weekend in the US due to a market holiday.
    Swiss Franc is up only from the Single currency, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Sterling/Yen and the pair has gained 3.86%. Euro/Sterling is the top decliner and it’s the only pair that has lost more than 2%.
    New Zealand/Yen has had a bullish month, standing more than 4% in the green. Euro/New Zealand has depreciated the most and it’s 2.22% in the red.
    I’m Sam Meredith and you’ve been watching the Movers and Shakers for Monday. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Fri, Sep 02, 15:49
    Weekend is just around the corner now, so let’s take a look at the FX Movers and Shakers.
    Loonie Dollar jumped against the Yen after noon GMT and the pair has gained a solid 1 and a half percent, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Canadian trade deficit narrowed down sharply and Brent rose from recent lows, sending the Loonie Dollar higher.
    UK Construction PMI showed a solid increase as index jumped towards the 50 threshold and Sterling is having a generally bullish day.
    Australian Dollar is up against most of the rivals and it’s point 55% South of the top advancer.
    US Non-Farm employment change disappointed, putting pressure on the Buck, which is followed closely by a couple of majors – Swiss Franc and New Zealand Dollar.
    Single currency trades up only from the Japanese Yen, which is currently the most bearish of the 8 majors.
    Moving on to longer terms, weekly advancers table has just one pair that has gained more than 4% and it’s Sterling/Yen. Euro/Sterling has meanwhile depreciated the most, standing 1.69% in the red.
    Kiwi dollar has had a bullish month against the Yen, gaining 4.7%. Australia/New Zealand has dropped by 2.11% and this slide is matched by Sterling/New Zealand.
    I’m Sam Meredith and that’s it for Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Have a nice weekend and tune in on Monday for more on FX Markets. Goodbye.
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    Thu, Sep 01, 16:10
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets on the first trading day of September.
    The Cable jumped after 8 o’clock and the pair has gained 1.25%, which is the day’s biggest move.
    UK Manufacturing PMI jumped back above the 50 level in a surprise surge and Sterling tops the advancers and decliners table.
    China Manufacturing PMI returned above the 50 level as well and antipodes are mostly higher as New Zealand Dollar trades point 3% up from the neighboring Ozzy Dollar as Australian retail sales stalled.
    Swissie is only a fraction North of the Single currency as Final Euro Zone Manufacturing PMI received a downward revision.
    Brent is under pressure as it slides towards the 45 US Dollar mark and Loonie Dollar is near the bottom of the table.
    Japanese Yen is up only from the Buck, which wraps up the advancers and decliners list as US ISM Manufacturing PMI dropped below the 50 threshold.
    Moving on to longer term performance charts, Sterling/Yen has had a bullish week, standing more than 4% in the green. Euro/Sterling tops the bearish section with a slide of close to 2%.
    New Zealand/Yen has gained the most ground over a month standing slightly more than 3% in the green. Australia/New Zealand leads the decliners table and the pair is down by 1.33%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this is how the 8 major currencies line up on Thursday. Check back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Aug 31, 16:00
    This Wednesday has brought plenty of economic news releases, so let's see how they have moved the FX markets.
    Sterling/Yen is the mover of the day and the pair has gained point 72% as it advanced up to approximately 8 o’clock in the morning.
    UK house price index showed a rise of point 6% and Sterling leads the advancers and decliners table.
    It’s followed closely by the New Zealand Dollar, which is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies.
    Chicago PMI disappointed and ADP reported creation of 177 thousand jobs in August and Buck is only a fraction up from the Swisse as Swiss UBS consumption indicator increased.
    German retail sales jumped by 1.7% and unemployment declined by 7 thousand, but Single currency is mostly lower.
    Australian Dollar is point 11% up from the Loonie Dollar, which is having a bearish day, despite a solid GDP growth of point 6%.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Dollar/Yen, which is up by 2.72%. Australia/Dollar tops the bearish section with a decline of 1.3%.
    New Zealand/Swissie has gained the most ground over a month, standing 2.6% in the green. Sterling/New Zealand shows the top slide, standing 1.77% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and you've been watching the Movers and Shakers report for Wednesday.
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