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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
    Thu, Aug 17, 16:23
    Hello, traders, let's take a quick look at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    Euro/Yen has been trending lower for most of the session, losing half a percent, and it is the mover of the day.
    In a remarkable reversal from yesterday, which suggests a somewhat frothy market, safe havens are the top performers. Yen is the most bullish of them, albeit just a fraction up from the Swissie.
    The latest US jobless claims data surprised on the upside, and Greenback is a fraction up from Sterling which, in turn, received some support from improved UK retail sales.
    The three commodity currencies are trading in a narrow range from each other, with Kiwi being the most bullish of them as New Zealand Producer Price Index surprised on the upside.
    Aussie is sandwiched between its neighbour and the Loonie.
    And the latest ECB meeting minutes suggested the ECB would be cautious with any hawkish moves, which helped make Euro the most bearish major.
    And here's how things look on the long-term charts. Canada/Yen has gained more than 1% over the last week, which makes it the most bullish instrument, while Pound/Canada posts the biggest decline, namely, 1.33%.
    Moving on to the monthly chart, Euro/Swiss Franc is the top performer here, standing 2.59% in the green, while Swiss Franc/Yen is the most bearish instrument, having lost 3%.
    I'm Kiays Khalil and these were the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Check back in tomorrow for this week's last overview.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Aug 16, 16:01
    As this trading day is coming to an end, let's look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    Euro/Australia has been moving lower for most of the last 15 hours, losing more than 1% in the process, and it was the biggest move of the day.
    Commodity currencies have made a spectacular recovery, and Aussie Dollar is the most bullish major by a notable margin.
    Neigbouring Kiwi is point 11% up from the third commodity currency, the Loonie.
    US Building Permits slipped in July, and the Greenback is trading almost level with the Sterling.
    Two safe havens are trading within a narrow range from each other, with Swissie slightly up from Yen.
    And, even though the latest Euro Zone GDP data came in line with estimates, Euro is still the most bearish major.
    Aussie is also going strong on the weekly chart, as Australia/Swissie is the top performer, standing more than 1% in the green; Pound/Australia has lost more than 1% over the same period, and it's the most bearish instrument.
    And Euro is still going strong on the monthly chart, as Euro/Pound is the most bullish instrument with a gain of 3.6%. Pound/Yen tops the bearish chart, standing 3.35% in the green.
    I'm Kiays Khalil and these were the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Aug 15, 16:07
    It's 3 PM GMT; let's look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    New Zealand/Dollar has been moving lower for most of the last 15 hours, losing a total of point 83%, which makes it the mover of the day.
    Greenback did receive a boost from several pieces of good data, such as growing retail sales and a strong surge in Empire State Manufacturing Index, and it's the most bullish major.
    The latest Swiss Producer Price Index came in line with expectations, and Swissie is point 1% up from the Loonie.
    A number of currencies are trading within a narrow range from each other, with Euro being marginally higher than Aussie.
    Japanese June industrial output has been revised upwards, and it is point 2% up from the Sterling, which took a hit as the UK inflation stalled, making a rate hike less likely.
    And Kiwi Dollar is trading just a fraction lower, but it still is at the bottom of the Advancers and Decliners table.
    Moving on to long-term charts, Euro/New Zealand has gained the most over a week, namely, 1.88%, while New Zealand/Yen tops the bearish chart with a decline of 2.31%.
    Euro/Swiss Franc is the top performer in monthly terms, standing 3.55% in the green, and Swiss Franc/Yen has lost almost 3% over the same period, which makes it the most bearish instrument.
    You've been watching Tuesday's Movers and Shakers with me, Jessica Walker. We'll be right back tomorrow, but until then, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Aug 14, 15:51
    The first trading day of the week is coming to an end, and it's time to look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    Dollar/Swiss Franc is the mover of the day, having gained point 82%. The pair was trending higher for most of the session.
    There has been some easing in US rhetoric over North Korea, and the Greenback is the most bullish major, up point 11% from the neighbouring Loonie.
    New Zealand retail sales picked up speed in the second quarter, and Loonie is up against most rivals.
    Japanese second quarter GDP showed a notably strong growth, and Yen is trading level with Sterling.
    Euro Zone industrial production, on the other hand, fell more than expected in May, and the Common Currency stands just a fraction above the Aussie.
    And moving point 35% lower we get to the Swissie, which is the most bearish major.
    Here's how things look on the long-term charts. Euro/New Zealand has gained 1.94% over a week, which makes it the most bullish instrument, whereas New Zealand/Yen posts the biggest decline, namely, 2.73%.
    Euro/Swissie tops the monthly chart with a gain of 3.92%, whereas Swiss Franc/Yen has lost most over the same period, standing 3.69% in the red.
    I'm Kiays Khalil and these were the Movers and Shakers for Monday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Aug 11, 15:57
    It’s the last trading day of the week, so let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX markets today.
    The biggest mover of the day is the Loonie/Swissie which has gained point 45%. The pair has been rising gradually throughout the day, with a few drops throughout the session.
    Stable oil prices are helping the Loonie Dollar, and it is the top advancer of the day.
    Despite bearish comments from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand yesterday, the Kiwi has been very bullish today, placing it above the common currency on the table.
    Geopolitical concerns are still weighing down on the Aussie, which is the most bearish of the commodity currencies, but nonethless, it sits above the Sterling on the table.
    Inflation figures out from the US today showed a slowdown in consumer prices, which has put increasing pressure on the Dollar, and it is only up from the two safe havens, the Yen and Swissie, which is the table’s most bearish major.
    So let’s move on to the longer term charts where Euro/Kiwi has advanced the most in weekly terms, posting a gain of 1.97%. Kiwi/Yen has depreciated the most over the same time period, losing a total of 3.11%. Euro/Dollar has gained 3.34% over the past month, making it the most bullish pair during this period. And Dollar/Yen has been the biggest decliner with a loss of 3.49%.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and these were the movers and shakers for Friday. Tune in on Monday for all of the latest currency movements, have a great weekend, and see you soon.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Aug 10, 15:49
    We are nearing the end of the trading day, so let’s see what has been moving and shaking on the FX markets.
    The biggest mover of the day is the Kiwi/Yen pair, which has lost 1.61%. The pair has been declining since the beginning of the session, and has not managed to recover from its loss.
    The continuation of risk aversion in light of tensions between the US and North Korea have kept traders flocking towards the safe haven yen, which is the most bullish major on the table.
    The safe-haven Swissie is also benefiting from cautious trading, which is level with the USD after lower-than-expected PPI data from the U.S. has put pressure on the Greenback.
    The Aussie dollar is the most bullish of the commodity currencies and it sits just slightly above the common currency.
    Iraq’s strengthening commitment to OPEC cuts has been good news for oil, and in turn the Loonie Dollar, which is just above the Sterling, which has felt the pressure today after disappointing trade data.
    The RBNZ issued a stark warning to markets that a weaker local currency was needed, and as a result the Kiwi has lost a lot of ground against the majors, and it is the most bearish on the table.
    So let’s move on to longer term charts where the Aussie/Kiwi is the biggest advancer in weekly terms, gaining 1.37%. The Kiwi/Yen is the most bearish pair over the same period of time with a loss of 2.52%.
    Looking at our monthly chart Aussie/Greenback has gained the most ground, with a rise of 3.7%. And the Dollar/Yen has declined the most over this time frame, with a loss of 4.28%.
    So that’s what’s been moving and shaking on the FX markets today. I’m Kiays Khalil, be sure to keep checking back for all of the latest updates on the forex markets with us here at Dukascopy TV.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Aug 09, 15:43
    Donald Trump has done his fair bit of moving and shaking the currency markets today, so let's take a closer look.
    There's a very clear and pronounced flight to safety, as the mover of the day is Canada/Swissie. The pair was trending lower for most of the last 15 hours, losing a total of point 95%.
    Markets have not taken lightly Donald Trump's decidedly bellicose rhetoric towards North Korea, and safe haven Swissie is the most bullish major by a very notable margin, up point 62% from Yen.
    A few currencies trade within a very narrow range from each other, as Sterling is almost level with the Greenback.
    Moving just a fraction lower, we get to Kiwi, which, in turn, is less than point 1% up from the Common Currency.
    And two commodity currencies have not fared too well in the suddenly risk-averse environment. Aussie is point 15% up from the Loonie, which is the most bearish of the 8 majors.
    And here's how things look on the long-term charts. Dollar/Canada is the most bullish instrument on the weekly chart, having gained 1.12%, whereas the Pound/Yen posts the biggest decline, namely, 2.13%.
    Things look somewhat different on the monthly chart, as Australia/Dollar tops the bullish table, standing 3.69% in the green, and Dollar/Yen is the most bearish pair with a decline of 3.65%.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and these were the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. Check back in tomorrow to track the latest developments.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Aug 08, 15:49
    This trading day is getting near the end, so let's look back at what's been moving and shaking in the markets.
    We start with the Mover of the Day, and it's none other than the Cable with a decline of point 62 percent. The pair was trading lower for most of the day, but it saw a really strong drop after 2 PM GMT.
    And what happened at 2 PM was that the latest US Job Openings data came out, surprising very much on the upside and placing the Buck at the top of the Advancers and decliners table, albeit by a razor-thin margin.
    Japanese current account surplus widened in June, and Yen is point 15% up from Loonie.
    Swiss unemployment rate stood unchanged in July and, even though it probably is not the most crucial piece of data for the Swissie, it still stands point 11% up from the Loonie.
    Euro has had a bit of a bearish day, and it's just a fraction up from the Kiwi, which is trading lower ahead of tomorrow's Reserve Bank of New Zealand policy statement.
    And the growing Brexit uncertainty keeps pushing the Pound lower, as it's the most bearish major.
    The Common Currency, however, still is going strong on the weekly chart, as Euro/New Zealand is the top performer with a gain of 2.78%. New Zealand/Yen has lost 2.65% over the same period, making it the most bearish instrument.
    As to the monthly chart, Australia/Swiss Franc takes the top position, standing 5.3% in the green, and Pound/Australia posts the strongest decline, namely, 3.72%.
    I'm Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Check back in tomorrow for our ongoing coverage of the forex markets.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Aug 07, 15:46
    It's 3 PM GMT on this Monday, and it's time to look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    Euro/New Zealand is the mover of the day, having gained point 75%. The rate was inching higher for most of the day, but it jumped after 6 o'clock.
    It seems that Euro is recovering from the setback it experienced on Friday, as it's the most bullish major, albeit by a narrow margin.
    Two safe havens, Yen and Swissie are trading level with each other, with Yen receiving some support from a strong growth in Japanese leading index.
    The third safe haven, the Greenback, is trading just a fraction lower.
    Sterling has taken a hit and it's trading mostly lower, but it nevertheless is up against the trio of commodity currencies.
    Aussie Dollar is the most bullish of them, trading point 12% North from Loonie, which has been vulnerable to a recent decline in oil prices.
    And, moving point 26% lower, we get to Kiwi, which is the most bearish major.
    The single currency is also going strong on the weekly chart, as Euro/Canada is the most bullish instrument with a gain of 2.43%. Canada/Yen has lost 2.15% over the same period, which makes it the most bearish pair.
    Remarkably enough, commodity currencies are among top performers in mothly terms, as Australia/Swiss Franc tops the bulls chart standing more than 5% in the green. Pound/Australia posts the biggest decline, namely, 3.44%.
    I'm Kiays Khalil and these were the Movers and Shakers for Monday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Aug 04, 15:40
    Euro/Dollar has given up some of the recent gains on this week’s final trading day, so let’s have a look at the FX Movers and Shakers.
    Euro/Dollar has plummeted by a total of 121.2 pips hours into the trading day and a loss of more than 1% is the top move.
    Strong US non-farm employment change has provided a boost for the Greenback and it’s on top of the table.
    Then there’s a batch on majors trading in a narrow range and Kiwi Dollar is close to even with the other two commodity currencies.
    Canadian unemployment rate declined, but trade deficit jumped and Loonie Dollar is level with the Ozzy Dollar. The RBA left monetary policy unchanged and Australian retail sales grew faster than anticipated.
    Swiss Franc is a fraction South of the Ozzy Dollar.
    UK Sterling is mostly lower and it’s point 17% up from the Japanese Yen, which is followed by the most bearish major, which is the Single currency.
    Moving on to longer term performance charts, Euro/Canada tops the weekly bulls table with a gain of slightly more than 2%. Canada/Yen is the top decliner and it’s 1.77% in the red.
    Australia/Swissie and Euro/Swissie both have had a bullish month and they are up by more than 5%. Sterling/Australia is the top decliner and it’s down by 3.17%.
    I’m Jessica Walker and that’s all for Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Have a nice weekend and tune in on Monday for more. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Aug 03, 15:49
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX markets at 3 PM GMT on this Thursday.
    Sterling/Yen plummeted hours into the trading day and the pair stands 1.36% in the red, which is the day’s top move.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen takes the top spot as Dow hovers near the 22k level.
    Currencies show mixed results and Kiwi Dollar is up against most of the rivals and it’s just slightly North of the Swiss franc.
    There were no revisions to Finalized Euro Zone Services PMI and Single currency is close to level with the Swissie.
    US ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI declined more than expected and Greenback is trailed closely by the neighboring Loonie Dollar.
    Australian trade report disappointed and Ozzy Dollar is up only from the UK Sterling.
    Bank of England cut their outlook for UK growth and Sterling dropped as this makes a rate hike less likely.
    Euro/New Zealand has had a bullish week and the pair has gained 2.72% to lead the bulls table. New Zealand/Yen is the top decliner and the pair stands 2.31% in the red.
    Euro/Swissie has gained most ground over the past month and it’s more than 5% in the green. Swissie/Yen leads the bearish section with a slide that exceeds 3%.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and these were the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Do click back for this week’s last report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Aug 02, 15:57
    Dow spiked above the 22k level briefly on this Wednesday, so let’s see where the 8 majors stand at 3 PM GMT.
    Euro/Canada retreated after the initial rise, but another move higher puts the pair point 63% in the green, which is the day’s top move.
    Single currency tops the advancers and decliners table and it’s only point 11% up from the Ozzy Dollar as Australian building approvals jumped by double digits.
    UK Construction PMI disappointed, but Sterling is mostly higher and it’s level with the New Zealand Dollar.
    US ADP non-farm employment change disappointed and Greenback is just slightly North of the Japanese Yen.
    Swiss retail sales and manufacturing PMI both were strong, but Swissie is up only from the Loonie Dollar, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Euro/Swissie tops the weekly bulls chart with a gain of 2.87%. Swissie/Yen has meanwhile depreciated by 2.31%.
    Past month has been bullish for the Australia/Swissie and gain is approaching the 5% mark. Dollar/Canada is the most bearish pair and it’s 3.27% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Wednesday’s Movers and Shakers. Click back for Thursday’s overview, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Aug 02, 08:25
    It’s 3 PM GMT on the first trading day of August and time for the Dukascopy FX Movers and Shakers.
    Currencies are mostly trading in relatively narrow ranges and New Zealand/Yen is the top mover with a decline of less than a half a percent.
    Dow average index is approaching the 22k level for the first time and four majors trade in a close range at the top of the table. Japanese Yen is the most bullish major, followed closely by the Sterling.
    UK Nationwide House Price Index and Manufacturing PMI both were positive.
    It’s a bank holiday in Switzerland and Swissie is trailed closely by the Loonie Dollar, which is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies.
    US Personal income stalled and ISM Manufacturing PMI declined, putting downward pressure on the Greenback.
    Finalized Euro Zone Manufacturing PMI was revised lower, but Flash GDP showed growth of point 6%, in line with expectations and Euro is up only from the antipodes.
    The RBA left rates unchanged and Ozzy Dollar is trailed closely by the Kiwi Dollar ahead of the high importance New Zealand employment report.
    Past week has been bullish for the Sterling/Swissie and the pair has gained 3.66%. 2.62% is the top decline and it’s posted by Swissie/Yen.
    Australia/Swissie takes the top spot on the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 5.3%. Dollar/Canada is the top decliner and it’s more than 4% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers, but do click back tomorrow when the next report will be available. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Jul 31, 15:53
    Economic calendar is busy on this Monday, so let’s see if news reports have shaken up the 8 major currencies.
    Moves aren’t particularly volatile and Euro/Canada shows the biggest one, which is a gain of point 6%. The pair started moving sharply higher just shortly before noon.
    Swiss Franc tops the table and it’s trailed closely by the Single currency as Euro Zone unemployment rate slipped and Core CPI advanced.
    Yen is up against most of the majors as Preliminary Japanese industrial production accelerated by 1.6% month on month.
    Sterling is just slightly North of the Greenback. US data has been mixed – Chicago PMI plummeted, but pending home sales were up by 1.5% month on month.
    Australian new home sales dropped and Ozzy Dollar is mostly lower, just like the other two commodity currencies ahead of the RBA statement, which is due tomorrow early in the session.
    New Zealand building consents slipped by 1% month on month, ANZ business confidence was down by more than 5 points and Kiwi Dollar is up only from the Loonie Dollar, which wraps up the table.
    Canadian Raw Materials and Industrial Product Price Indexes both disappointed.
    Past week has been bullish for a number of currency pairs and Sterling/Swissie is the leader with a surge of 3.41%. Swissie/Yen stands out as a clear top performer on the bearish section with a slide of 2.83%.
    Australia/Swissie tops the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 5.68% and Canada/Swissie shows a similar appreciation. Dollar/Canada is the only pair that has lost more than 4% over the past month.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this brings Monday’s Movers and Shakers to an end. Click back tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Fri, Jul 28, 15:43
    Focus has been on the North American GDP reports on this week’s last trading day, so let’s see what influence they have had on the FX markets.
    Canada/Swissie jumped after noon GMT and the pair has gained a massive 1.38% to post the day’s biggest move.
    Canadian GDP expanded at a solid rate of point 6% month on month in May, sending the Loonie Dollar on top of the table.
    Single currency continues bullish run against the Buck and it trades up against most of the rivals.
    Australian Dollar is close to level with the UK Sterling.
    Japanese Yen is only point 12% North of the Greenback, which declined as the US second quarter GDP was slightly weaker than anticipated.
    Kiwi Dollar is the most bearish of the three commodity currencies and it’s up only from the Swiss Franc, which wraps up the table, despite an improvement in Swiss KOF Economic Barometer.
    Past week has been bullish for the Australia/Swissie and Sterling/Swissie also shows a similar gain. Swissie/Yen is the top decliner and it’s 2.51% in the red.
    Canada/Swissie tops the monthly bulls table with a gain of more than 6%. Dollar/Canada leads the bearish section with a drop of 4.66%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Have a nice weekend and click back on Monday for more. Goodbye.
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    Thu, Jul 27, 15:52
    US stocks are on the rise, making Amazon’s Jeff Bezos the world’s richest man, so let’s see what riches today’s FX Movers and Shakers have created.
    Greenback rose sharply against the Swiss Franc and the pair has gained 1.3%, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Core US Durable Goods were soft, but the overall reading jumped and Greenback is on top of the advancers and decliners table.
    UK CBI realized sales survey balance jumped by 10 points and Sterling is mostly higher.
    Quarterly Australian import prices slipped, but Ozzy Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies, but it’s only slightly up from both the New Zealand and Canadian Dollars.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen is mostly lower and it’s followed closely by the Single currency. German consumer climate improved slightly, but Euro has given up the recent gains against the Buck.
    Then there’s a huge gap and Swissie is at the bottom of the table.
    Past week has been bullish for the New Zealand/Swissie and the pair is up by 2.72%. Swissie/Yen is the top decliner, standing 1.35% in the red.
    Australia/Greenback is the top mover over a month and Canada/Swissie has also gained more than 5%. Dollar/Canada is the most bearish pair with a similar drop.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Thursday’s overview, but do click back tomorrow when this week’s last report will be available. Goodbye.
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    Wed, Jul 26, 16:02
    We are just hours away from the key FOMC monetary policy statement, so let’s see where the 8 major currencies stand at 3 PM GMT.
    New Zealand Dollar/Swissie had a slow start of the day, but the pair rose sharply after 6 AM and a gain of point 75% has been posted, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Overnight New Zealand trade report showed surplus rising sharply and Kiwi Dollar tops the advancers and decliners table.
    UK GDP grew by just point 3% in the second quarter, in line with expectations and Sterling is having a generally bullish day.
    Japanese Yen is trailed closely by the Greenback. US new home sales report was slightly soft, but most of the attention has shifted towards the high importance FOMC statement.
    Australian CPI increased, but not as much as anticipated and Ozzy Dollar is trading in a narrow range with a number of majors, including Single currency and Canadian Dollar.
    Swiss Franc which wraps up the advancers and decliners table as it trades point 42% down from the Loonie Dollar.
    Moving on to longer term performance charts, Euro/Swissie has gained the most ground over a week and the pair is 1.49% in the green. Australia/New Zealand is the top decliner with a loss of 1.24%.
    Canada/Yen shows the top rise over a month and it’s the only pair that has gained more than 6%. Dollar/Canada has had a bearish run over the past month, standing more than 5% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Wednesday’s Movers and Shakers. Click back tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Tue, Jul 25, 15:54
    Let’s find out how the 8 major currencies line up on this Tuesday, which is the 25th of July.
    Australia/Yen started moving higher after 6 AM and the pair has gained point 58%, which is the day’s top move.
    Australian Dollar performs in sharp contrast with the other two commodity currencies and it’s the most bullish major, trading almost even with the Single currency, which was driven higher by Improving German IFO business climate.
    UK CBI industrial order expectations disappointed, but Sterling is up against most of the rivals.
    US consumer confidence surprised on upside and Greenback is point 13% up from the Swiss Franc.
    Canadian Dollar is mostly lower, just like the Kiwi Dollar ahead of upcoming New Zealand trade report.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen sits at the bottom of the table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/Sterling and Euro/Dollar has also gained more than 2%. Sterling/Swissie has depreciated the most and loss measures at 2.1%.
    Canada/Yen is on top of the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 6.17%. Dollar/Canada leads the decliners section with a slide of close to 6%.
    I’m Jessica Walker and this brings Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers to an end. Tune in tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Mon, Jul 24, 16:02
    Dukascopy Forex TV Team is back with this week’s first edition of the Movers and Shakers.
    Euro/Canadian Dollar is the mover of the day with a decline of point 61%. Most of the loss was posted after 10 AM.
    A couple of commodity currencies are on top of the advancers and decliners table – Canadian wholesale sales were reported jumping by point 9% month on month and Loonie Dollar is a fraction up from the Australian Dollar.
    UK Sterling trades up against most of the rivals and it’s only slightly down from the AUD.
    US data was mixed – existing home sales disappointed, but Flash Manufacturing PMI surprised on upside and Greenback is point 12% up from the Yen as Japanese Flash Manufacturing PMI slipped.
    Swissie is followed closely by the New Zealand Dollar, which is the most bearish of the three commodity currencies.
    Flash Euro Zone Manufacturing PMI disappointed and Single currency is at the bottom of the table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/Sterling and it’s the only pair that’s up by more than 2%. Sterling/Swissie is the top decliner with a slide of 2.35%.
    There are two pairs that have gained more than 5% over past month and Canada/Yen is the top gainer. Dollar/Canada has depreciated the most and it’s close to 6% the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Monday’s Movers and Shakers, but do click back tomorrow for the next report. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Jul 21, 15:48
    Weekend is almost here and it’s time for the Dukascopy FX Movers and Shakers for Friday, 21st of July.
    Australia/Yen is the mover of the day and the pair has lost an even 1%. Sharpest decline took place shortly after midnight.
    US stocks have opened in the red and a safe-haven Japanese Yen takes the top spot on the advancers and decliners table.
    New Zealand Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies and it’s just point 14% up from the Swiss Franc.
    Canadian CPI and retail sales report provided support for the Loonie Dollar and it’s followed by the Single currency, which remains on a bullish run against the Buck following the hawkish speech by Mario Draghi.
    UK Sterling is mostly lower and it’s trailed by the Greenback, which is under pressure as US special Counsel Robert Mueller expands Russia probe to include Trump’s business transactions.
    Australian Dollar wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Euro/Sterling has had a bullish run over the past week and the pair is up by 2.62%. Sterling/Swissie tops the bearish section with a similar decline.
    Canada/Yen leads the monthly bulls table with a gain of 5.37%. Dollar/Canada has depreciated the most, standing 5.39% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Friday. Have a nice weekend and tune in on Monday for more. Goodbye.
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