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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.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Apr 28, 15:43
    End of this trading week has been busy on the economic calendars, so let’s see how the 8 majors line up at 3 PM GMT.
    Single currency shot up against the Canadian Dollar hours into the session and the pair has gained point 82% to post the day’s biggest move.
    Flash Euro Zone CPI was stronger than expected at 1.9% and Single currency leads the advancers and decliners table.
    Preliminary UK GDP was weaker than expected, but Sterling is up against most of the rivals.
    Swiss KOF economic barometer slipped and Swissie is point 1% up from the Buck as advance US GDP disappointed.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen is close to level with the Australian Dollar, which is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies.
    New Zealand Dollar is up only from the Loonie Dollar, which wraps up the table as Canadian monthly GDP was flat.
    Over longer terms, Euro/Yen has had a bullish week and the pair has gained 4.38%. New Zealand/Swissie is the top decliner with a slide of 2.62%.
    Sterling/Australia has gained the most ground over a month and it’s up by a massive 6.97%. Australia/Swissie is the most bearish pair and it’s down by 3.12%.
    I’m Jessica Walker and that’s all for Friday’s report. Enjoy your weekend and tune in on Monday for more. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Apr 27, 15:50
    Let’s see what impact this Thursday’s ECB monetary policy announcement has had on the FX Markets.
    Sterling/New Zealand rose sharply after 6 o’clock and the pair has gained more than 1%, which is the day’s top move.
    UK CBI realized sales survey balance rose sharply to plus 38 and Sterling is the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table.
    US jobless claims and durable goods both disappointed, but Buck is up against most of the rivals and it’s trailed closely by the safe-haven Japanese Yen. Bank of Japan left the monetary policy unchanged and lowered its inflation forecast.
    Swiss trade surplus slipped just slightly and Swissie is point 1% up from the Loonie Dollar.
    Euro declined as the ECB left monetary policy unchanged, remaining committed to stimulus.
    Antipodes are at the bottom of the table – Australian Dollar is point 2% up from the Kiwi Dollar, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/New Zealand with a rise of 3.33%. New Zealand/Greenback has depreciated the most over the same term, standing 2.37% in the red.
    Sterling/New Zealand has had a bullish month and the pair is up by 5.48%. Euro/Sterling is the top decliner with a slide of 2.73%.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and that’s all for Thursday’s Movers and Shakers. Do click back for this week’s last report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Apr 26, 16:00
    Dukascopy TV Team is back with the FX Movers and Shakers for Wednesday, which is the 26th of April.
    Sterling/New Zealand has been heading higher during most of the session and the pair has gained 1.12%, which is the day’s top move.
    UK Sterling leads the advancers and decliners table.
    Canadian retail sales disappointed with a monthly decline of point 6%, but Loonie Dollar is having a generally bullish day as well.
    Greenback gained ground as US stock indexes are in the green and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin confirmed the Trump administration aims to lower the corporate tax rate to 15%.
    Swiss UBS consumption indicator rose and Swissie is just slightly South of the Buck.
    Japanese Yen is trailed closely by the Euro.
    ECB monetary policy committee is meeting in Frankfurt for a two day meeting, which ends tomorrow and no changes to monetary policy are expected.
    Headline Australian CPI was slightly short of expectations and Australian Dollar is almost level with the New Zealand Dollar, which is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Euro/Yen has had a bullish week and the pair has gained almost 4%. New Zealand/Swissie is the top decliner, standing more than 2% in the red.
    Sterling/New Zealand leads the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 4.33%. New Zealand/Greenback has depreciated the most and the pair is 2.2% in the negative territory.
    I’m Jessica Walker and that’s all for this edition of the Movers and Shakers, but do click back tomorrow. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Apr 25, 16:02
    The US stock indexes have shot higher, so let’s take a look at the FX Movers and shakers for 3 PM GMT on this Tuesday.
    Euro/Yen is the mover of the day with a solid gain of 1.63% as the pair has been heading sharply higher during most of the session.
    French elections remain a heavy influence for the Euro and Macron rally seems to continue today as well.
    Swiss Franc is close to level with the Sterling, despite a disappointing UK public sector net borrowing report.
    US house price index and new home sales surprised on upside, but Consumer Confidence declined and Greenback is more than a half a percent South of the Euro.
    Australia CPI data is out later and Ozzy Dollar is followed closely by Loonie Dollar, which declined as US announced plans to impose tariffs on Canada’s exports of softwood lumber.
    New Zealand Dollar is the most bearish of the three commodity currencies and it’s up only from the Japanese Yen, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly bulls table is led by Euro/Canada and the pair has shot up by a massive 4.75%. Canada/Swissie is the top decliner and it’s close to 3% in the red.
    Sterling/Australia has had a bullish month and the pair has gained almost 5%. Australia/Yen has depreciated the most and it’s down by 2.14%.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers. We’ll be back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Apr 24, 15:54
    Let’s have a look at the FX movers and shakers for this week’s opening trading day.
    Most of the loss was posted early on for the Sterling/Australia and the pair shows the day’s top move, which a decline of point 44%.
    A commodity currency Australian Dollar takes the top spot on the advancers and decliners table.
    Japanese Yen has seen safe-haven demand lessen, but it’s only a fraction South of the top advancer.
    US stocks have opened sharply higher and Greenback trades mostly higher, followed closely by the Loonie Dollar, despite disappointing Canadian wholesale sales numbers.
    Single currency got a bump as investors bet on Macron victory following first round of voting in France.
    Euro is only a fraction North of the Swissie, which is then followed by the New Zealand Dollar.
    UK house price index rose by 1.1% month on month, but industrial order expectations survey balance dropped and Sterling is the most bearish major at the moment.
    Moving on to longer term performance charts, Euro/Yen has had a bullish week and the pair has shot up by a considerable 3.75%. Canada/Swissie leads the bearish section with a decline of slightly more than 2%.
    Sterling/Australia takes the top spot on the monthly bulls table with a gain of 4.16%. Australia/Yen is the most bearish pair with a decline of 2.19%.
    I’m Celeste Skinner 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, Apr 21, 15:52
    The trading week is coming to a close, and it's time for Friday's Movers and Shakers.
    Canada/Yen started moving lower after 6 o'clock, and it is the Mover of the Day with a drop of point 6%.
    The latest Japanese Manufacturing PMI surprised on the upside, and Yen is the most bullish major.
    Antipodes are trading almost level with each other, with Kiwi just a fraction up from the Aussie.
    Moving point 16% South, we get to Swissie, which is trading almost level with the Greenback.
    UK retail sales saw an unexpected drop in March, and Pound is down against most rivals, but it is point 15% up from the Euro, which took a hit as a terror attack in Paris added more uncertainty to the upcoming French presidential election.
    And the latest Canadian inflation data came in weaker than expected, sending the Loonie to the bottom of the Advancers and Decliners table.
    And here's how things look on the long-term charts. Canada/Yen has gained most over a week, namely, 3.51%, while Canada/Swiss Franc posts the biggest decline, 1.93%.
    Pound/Australia tops the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 4.52%, whereas Euro/Pound posts is the most bearish pair, standing 3.76% in the red.
    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, Apr 20, 15:53
    It's 3 PM GMT this Thursday. Let's look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    Australia/Yen started moving higher after 6 o'clock, gaining a total of point 85 percent, and it is the Mover of the Day.
    Aussie has rebounded from its yesterday's losses and, in fact, it now is the most bullish major.
    The latest Euro Zone consumer confidence index showed some improvement, and the Common Currency is point 12% up from two other European currencies, the Swissie and the Sterling, which are trading level with each other.
    Philly Fed Manufacturing Index posted its second consecutive decline in April, but the Greenback still is a fraction up from the neighbouring Loonie.
    And, even though the latest New Zealand inflation data came in stronger than expected, Kiwi is trading at the bottom of the Advancers and Decliners table, just a fraction up from the Yen.
    Moving on to the long-term charts, Pound/Canada has gained more than 4% over a week, and it's the most bullish instrument, whereas Canada/Swiss Franc is the most bearish pair, having lost 2.53%.
    Pound/Australia tops the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 5.6%, and Australia/Yen posts the biggest decline, standing more than 5% in the red.
    I'm Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. We'll be back tomorrow to cover the latest developments, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Apr 19, 15:53
    It's 3 PM GMT, and it's time to look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    As usual, we start with the Mover of the Day, which is the Australia/Dollar. The pair has lost point 63% over the last 15 hours.
    Trader's favourite currency pair, the Euro/Dollar, is actually at the top of the Advancers and Decliners table, with Greenback a fraction up from the Common Currency which, in turn, is trading almost level with the Swissie.
    PM Theresa May has received the parliamentary approval for the June 8 UK general election, and traders are bullish on the prospect, as Pound is point 2% up from the Yen.
    Commodity currencies have seen a decline, and Loonie is trading level with the Kiwi.
    And, moving point 16% South, we get to the Aussie, which is the most bearish major.
    Here's how things look on the long-term charts. Pound/Canada has gained most over a week, standing 3.79% in the green, while Canada/Swiss Franc is the most bearish instrument, having lost 1.87%.
    Pound/Australia is the top performer in monthly terms, up by 6.39%, and Australia/Yen posts the biggest decline, namely, 5.83%.
    I'm Jack Everitt and these were the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. We'll be back tomorrow with the next overview, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Apr 18, 15:59
    Prime Minister Theresa May took the markets by surprise today, so let's see what's been moving and shaking.
    Pound/Australia is the Mover of the Day, having gained no less than 2.31%. The pair started moving higher after 10 o'clock.
    So PM May has announced she will seek an early general election. Markets are bullish on the proposal, and Pound is at the top of the Advancers and Decliners table by a wide margin.
    Two other European currencies are trading within a narrow range of each other, with Swissie a fraction up from the Euro.
    Moving point 13% South we get to the Yen, which, in turn, is point 27% up from the Kiwi.
    US Building Permits rebounded in March, and Greenback is point 36% up from the neighbouring Loonie.
    The latest Reserve Bank of Australia Meeting Minutes presented a somewhat downbeat view on the Australian economy, and Aussie is the most bearish major.
    Pound is also going strong on the long-term charts, as the Cable is the most bullish pair in weekly terms, having gained 2.85%. Euro/Pound has lost 2.15% over the same period, and it is the biggest decline.
    Pound/Australia tops the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 5.1%, whereas Australia/Yen is the most bearish instrument, standing 5.66% in the red.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and you've been watching the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. We'll be back tomorrow to cover the latest developments, but until then, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Apr 13, 15:47
    There have been some pretty swift changes in the currency markets on this Thursday, so let's see what has been moving and shaking.
    As usual, we start with the Mover of the Day, which is Euro/Australia with a loss of more than 1%. The pair was trending lower for most of the session.
    In a very notable reversal from yesterday, the Antipodes are actually the top performers among the 8 majors. Aussie is the most bullish one by a wide margin, as the latest Australian employment data came in much better than expected.
    Kiwi is trading point 45% North of its neighbour.
    The Buck did take a hit as President Trump described it as overpriced, but it has since recovered in light of a notable improvement in consumer sentiment data.
    Canadian manufacturing sales declined less than expected in February, and Loonie is a fraction up from the Sterling.
    Two safe havens, the Swissie and the Yen, are trading within a narrow range from each other.
    And renewed uncertainty about the upcoming French election has hit the Common Currency, which is the most bearish major.
    And let's take a quick look at the long-term charts. Canada/Swiss Franc is the most bullish pair on the weekly chart, having gained 1.42%. Euro/Yen has lost 1.75% over the same period, and it's the biggest decline.
    As to the monthly chart, the Cable is the top performer with a gain of more than 3%, whereas Euro/Yen posts the biggest drop, namely, 4.86%.
    I'm Jack Everitt and you've been watching the Movers and Shakers report for Thursday. We'll be back tomorrow, but until then, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Apr 12, 15:48
    Hello traders, you're watching the Dukascopy Movers and Shakers Report.
    Two commodity currencies show markedly different performance, as the mover of the day is New Zealand/Canada. The pair was trending lower for most of the session, losing a total of point 8%.
    The latest Bank of Canada Monetary Policy Statement left the interest rates unchanged and upgraded its GDP forecasts, and Loonie is the most bullish major, point 19% up from the Swissie.
    The latest UK labour report showed increased employment, and Sterling stands point 12% up from the Common Currency.
    Moving a fraction lower, we get to the Yen which, in turn, is almost level with the Greenback.
    And the markets remain in a cautious mood, as the Antipodes are trading at the bottom of the Advancers and Decliners table. Aussie stands point 31% up from the Kiwi.
    And here's how things look on the long-term charts. Pound/Australia has gained the most over a week, namely, 1.42%, while Australia/Yen has lost 2.55% over the same period, which makes it the most bearish pair.
    Pound/Australia also tops the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 3.54%, while Australia/Yen again is the most bearish instrument as it's down by 5.54%.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and these were the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Apr 11, 15:44
    It's 3 PM GMT, which means it's time to look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    New Zealand/Yen has been trending lower for most of the session, losing point 91% in the process, and it was the biggest move of the day.
    The markets are in a decidedly cautious mood, and the safe haven Yen is the most bullish major. It's point 21% up from the Sterling, which, in turn, received a boost from strong UK inflation data.
    The Common Currency did benefit from a notable improvement in German ZEW Economic Sentiment, and it's a fraction up from the Swissie.
    Market players remain worried about the recent US involvement in Syria and the possible involvement in North Korea, so the Buck has been trending lower.
    And commodity currencies have seen a decline in the risk-averse environment. The Loonie is point 18% up from the Aussie, which, in turn, stands almost level with the neighbouring Kiwi.
    Moving on to the long-term charts, Pound/Australia has gained 1.31% over a week, which is the biggest increase, whereas Australia/Yen tops the bearish chart with a decline of 2.84%.
    And the same instruments also dominate the monthly chart. Pound/Australia is the top performer with a gain of more than 3%, and Australia/Yen is the most bearish pair with a drop of 4.44%.
    I'm Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. We'll be back tomorrow with our ongoing coverage, but until then, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Apr 10, 15:35
    Let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this week’s opening trading day.
    Australian Dollar has been heading lower against the Canadian Dollar and the pair has declined by a total of point 47% to post the top move on this rather calm day.
    Canadian housing starts report surprised on upside and Loonie Dollar takes the top spot on the advancers and decliners table.
    UK Sterling is up against most of the rivals and it’s followed closely by a commodity currency – New Zealand Dollar.
    Euro Zone Sentix investor confidence improved and Single currency is close to level with the Swiss Franc.
    Japanese economy watchers sentiment slipped and Yen is only a fraction up from the Greenback.
    Australian home loans publication disappointed and Ozzy Dollar wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Sterling/Australia and the pair has gained slightly more than 1%. Australia/Yen is the top decliner over the same term and it’s 1.87% in the red.
    Sterling/Australia had had a bullish month and the pair stands 2.71% in the green. Australia/Yen has depreciated the most and it’s down by 3.49%.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Monday’s Movers and Shakers. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Apr 07, 15:57
    Trump has launched a military strike against Syria and job growth slowed down sharply in the US, so let’s see where this puts the 8 major currencies on this week’s last trading day.
    Sterling/Canada is the mover of the day with a decline of point 69% as the pair rose from the daily low.
    Canadian employment change was positive and Ivey PMI surged above the 60 level, sending Loonie Dollar higher and it’s the most bullish major on the table.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen is in demand and it’s up against most of the rivals and just point 12% up from the Greenback.
    US non-farm employment change disappointed, but unemployment rate dropped to 4 and a half percent.
    New Zealand Dollar trades in a close range with a number of majors and Swiss Franc is one of them.
    German industrial production advanced, but French measure showed a decline and Single currency is mostly lower.
    Australian Dollar is up only from the UK Sterling, which is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table as UK data run mostly disappointed.
    So, what are the top moves over longer terms? Euro/Australia has had a bullish week and the pair has gained almost 1%. Australia/Yen tops the bearish section with a considerable slide of 2.23%.
    Sterling/Australia has gained most ground over a month and the pair is up by 2.34%. Australia/Yen is the top decliner, standing 3.84% in the red.
    I’m Jessica Walker and that’s all for Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Have a nice weekend and tune in on Monday when we’ll be back with more on FX Markets. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Apr 06, 16:10
    These are the Dukascopy FX Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Here’s how the 8 majors line up at 3 PM GMT.
    Canada/Yen had a calm start of the day and the pair started heading higher after 7:30 AM to post the day’s biggest move, which is a gain of point 69%.
    Canadian building permits report disappointed, but Loonie Dollar is having a bullish day and it’s the most bullish major on the table.
    UK Sterling is trailed closely by a number of majors, including Swissie. Swiss CPI increased by point 2% month on month in line with expectations
    New Zealand Dollar is only a fraction up from the Buck as US jobless claims report surprised on upside.
    Single currency declined as Mario Draghi’s speech had a dovish tone.
    Australian Dollar is up only from the Yen, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table. Japanese consumer confidence report showed improvement.
    Moving on to longer term performance charts, Sterling/Australia shows the top rise over a week and it’s up by 1.53%. Australia/Yen leads the decliners section and it’s down by more than 2%.
    Streling/Australia has had a bullish month and it’s the only pair that has gained more than 3%. Australia/Yen has depreciated the most, standing 3.34% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. We’ll be back tomorrow with the next release, but till then, goodbye.
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    Wed, Apr 05, 15:42
    US stock indexes have opened sharply higher on this Services PMI Wednesday, so let’s see what trends are forming in FX markets.
    Calm early trading hours were followed by sharp appreciation for Sterling/Yen and the pair has gained point 64% to post the day’s biggest move.
    UK Services PMI surprised on upside, sending Sterling higher and it’s the most bullish major at the moment.
    Positive mood on the stock markets is supporting the commodity currency - Australian Dollar.
    ADP non-farm employment change was strong, but ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI disappointed. There’s more to come as FOMC Meeting minutes are released later in the day and Buck is mostly higher.
    Final Euro Zone Services PMI was revised lower and Single currency is slightly up from the Loonie Dollar as Brent has slipped after giving the 55 US Dollar level a go.
    Swiss Franc is trailed closely by both the New Zealand Dollar and the Japanese Yen, which is the most bearish major on the table.
    The generally positive mood has taken wind out of the sails for the safe-havens.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Sterling/Australia and the pair has gained 1.68%. Euro/Sterling tops the bearish section with a decline of 1.33%.
    Sterling/New Zealand has gained the most ground over a month and it’s up by 2.56%. New Zealand/Yen has depreciated the most and it’s close to 3% in the red.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Wednesday’s report, but do click back for Thursday’s run-down. Goodbye for now.
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    Tue, Apr 04, 15:57
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this Tuesday.
    Australia/Yen rose from the low after noon GMT, but the pair is still down by point 78%, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Bank of Japan Core CPI slowed down to point 1% and Japanese Yen takes the top spot on the advancers and decliners table.
    US Trade deficit narrowed down more than expected and Greenback is trailed closely by the Swiss Franc.
    Euro Zone retail sales report was positive and Single currency is point 15% up from the Sterling as UK Construction PMI declined.
    Commodity currency trio sits at the bottom of the table – Canadian trade report disappointed and Loonie Dollar is point 19% up from the Kiwi Dollar.
    The RBA left cash rate unchanged at a record low of 1 and a half percent and Ozzy Dollar wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Dollar/Swissie has had a bullish week and it’s the only pair that has gained more than 1%. Euro/Yen tops the bearish section with a decline of 1.83%.
    Sterling/New Zealand is on top of the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 3.42%. New Zealand/Yen has had a bearish month and the pair has lost close to 5%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Click back tomorrow for another report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Apr 03, 16:05
    Let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this week’s opening trading day.
    Canada/Yen shows the day’s top move, which is a decline of point 56%. Most of the loss was posted only after 7 o’clock GMT.
    Japanese Tankan Manufacturing and Non-Manufacturing Indexes both advanced and Japanese Yen is on top of the table.
    Swiss retail sales jumped back into the positive territory in year on year terms and Swissie is down only from the Yen.
    New Zealand Dollar trades in a close range with a number of majors and it’s level with the Single currency. The Final Euro Zone Manufacturing PMI saw no revisions.
    US ISM Manufacturing PMI declined in line with expectations and Buck is mostly lower.
    Australian retail sales disappointed and Ozzy Dollar is slightly up from the Sterling as UK Manufacturing PMI slipped.
    Loonie Dollar is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Moving on to long term performance charts, Sterling/Swissie shows the top rise over a week and it’s 1.2% in the green. Euro/Sterling has had a bearish week and decline measures at 1.44%.
    Sterling/New Zealand leads the monthly bulls table with a solid rise of 3.57%. New Zealand/Yen is the top decliner with a slide of almost 4%.
    I’m Jack Everitt and you’ve been watching Movers and Shakers for Monday. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Fri, Mar 31, 16:06
    Trading week and month are about to wrap up, so let’s take a look at the FX Movers and Shakers.
    Economic calendar is busy on this Friday, but the day’s biggest move is a decline of only point 42% and it’s posted by New Zealand/Yen.
    Japanese Housing Starts moved further into the red and Yen takes the top spot on the advancers and decliners table.
    Strong monthly GDP figures have pushed the Loonie Dollar higher and it’s almost level with the Sterling. There was no change to final UK GDP, but House Price Index disappointed and current account deficit narrowed down.
    US data has been mixed – Chicago PMI rose, but University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment slipped.
    German data was positive, Flash Euro Zone report showed inflation slowing down more than expected and Euro is trailed closely by the Swiss Franc.
    Antipodes are at the bottom of the table –Australian Dollar is up only from the New Zealand Dollar as New Zealand business confidence declined.
    Weekly advancers table is led by Canada/Swissie and the pair has gained 1.5%. Euro/Canada has depreciated the most over the same term, standing 1.66% in the red.
    Euro/New Zealand has had a bullish month and the pair is up by 3.45%. New Zealand/Yen is the most bearish pair and it’s down by 3.85%.
    I’m Jessica Walker 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, Mar 30, 16:02
    Here’s what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this Thursday.
    Euro/Sterling started moving sharply lower after 7 o’clock in the morning and the pair stands point 69% in the red, which is the day’s top move.
    Sterling leads the advancers and decliners table as UK pulled trigger on Brexit this week.
    Canadian raw materials price index jumped by 1.2% and Loonie Dollar is up against most of the rivals and it’s point 24% South of the top advancer.
    Swiss KOF Economic Barometer improved and Swissie is near the top of the table, followed closely by the Greenback as Final US Gross Domestic Product was revised higher.
    Australian new home sales rose slightly and Australian Dollar almost level with the neighboring New Zealand Dollar.
    Japanese Yen is up only from the Single currency, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Past week has been relatively bullish for the Australia/Swissie as the pair has gained point 81%. Euro/Australia leads the bearish section with a similar decline.
    Euro/New Zealand has gained the most ground over a month, standing almost 4% in the green. New Zealand/Swissie is the top decliner and the pair has lost a total of 3.32%.
    I’m Jack Everitt and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. We`ll be back tomorrow with this week’s final edition, but for now, goodbye.
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