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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
    Mon, May 02, 16:47
    Here’s what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this week’s first trading day.
    Euro/Yen’s second uptrend started after 7:30 in the morning and the pair has gained point 59%, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Final Euro Zone manufacturing PMI was revised up and Single currency hit the 1 15 level against the Dollar.
    It’s a bank holiday in the UK and Sterling is close to level with the top advancer and the Swissie. Swiss retail sales moved further into the red, but Manufacturing PMI surprised on the upside.
    Australian business confidence slipped, but Ozzy Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies on the table.
    US ISM Manufacturing PMI declined more than expected and Buck is almost level with the Loonie Dollar.
    New Zealand Dollar trades in a close range with the safe-haven Yen, which is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the chart.
    Let’s move on to longer terms, where Euro/Australia takes the top spot on the weekly bulls table and it’s 3.92% in the green. Australia/Yen is the most bearish pair with a decline of 5.7%.
    Sterling/Australia has appreciated the most over a month and it’s up by 2.63%. Australia/Yen leads the bearish table with a slide that exceeds 6%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Monday. Tune in tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Apr 29, 16:00
    Let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this week’s last trading day.
    As usual, we start with the day’s biggest move and it’s a decline of 1 point 11%, posted by Australia/Yen. Sharpest slide took place during the early trading hours.
    It’s a bank holiday and Japan and it’s a bullish day for the Japanese Yen, which tops the advancers and decliners table.
    Euro Zone inflation data was softer than expected, but GDP expanded at a faster rate than estimated and Single currency is mostly higher, followed closely by the Swiss Franc.
    New Zealand business confidence improved and Kiwi Dollar is almost level with the Loonie Dollar. Canada’s economy was reported contracting in February.
    UK Sterling is mostly lower, trading point 17% up from the Buck as University of Michigan consumer sentiment declined and Chicago PMI slipped towards the 50 level.
    Quarterly Australian producer price index was in the red and Ozzy Dollar wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Moving on to longer terms, Euro/Australia leads the weekly bulls chart with an increase of 3.25%. Australia/Yen has had a bearish week and it’s more than 5% in the red.
    Canada/Swissie takes the top spot on the monthly advancers table and it’s the only pair showing a rise that exceeds 3%. Australia/Yen is the most bearish pair with a slide of 5.54%.
    I’m Lucy Palfreeman and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Friday. Have a nice weekend and click back on Monday. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Apr 28, 18:19
    This has been a volatile day on the FX Markets, so keep watching these Movers and Shakers to find out more.
    The day’s biggest move is a massive decline of 2.54% and it’s posted by Dollar/Yen. The steepest slide took place early in the session.
    Bank of Japan surprised markets by keeping policy unchanged, sending local currency sharply higher and it’s the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table.
    RBNZ announced no change to interest rates and Kiwi Dollar is up against most of the rivals, followed by the neighboring Ozzy Dollar.
    UK nationwide house price index increased, but slower than expected and Sterling trades in a close range with a number of majors, including Swissie and the Loonie Dollar.
    Despite a positive German unemployment change release Single currency is up only from the Buck as advance US GDP disappointed.
    So, where do the 8 majors stand in longer terms. Sterling/Australia is by a far the most bullish major over a week and the pair has gained 3.57%. Australia/Canada leads the bearish table with a slide of slightly more than 3%.
    Canada/Swissie shows the top rise on the monthly table with a rise of more than 4%. 4.56% is the biggest slide and it’s posted by Dollar/Canada.
    I’m Jessica Walker and this is how the 8 majors line up at 3 PM GMT. Check back tomorrow for this week’s last report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Apr 27, 17:19
    We are just hours away from the Federal Reserve Rate Statement, so let’s find out where the 8 major currencies trade at 3 PM GMT.
    Australian Dollar has brought volatility to the markets and the day’s biggest move is a rise of 2.38% and it’s posted by Euro/Australia.
    German consumer climate index rose more than estimated and Single currency tops the advancers and decliners table, followed closely by the Swissie as Swiss UBS consumption indicator increased.
    Japanese Yen is trades in a narrow range with a number of majors, including the Buck. Traders are awaiting the key rate statement by the Fed’s FOMC.
    Preliminary UK GDP showed economic growth slowed down and Sterling is close to level with the Loonie Dollar, which saw support earlier from the rising oil.
    Overnight New Zealand trade data disappointed and Kiwi Dollar is near the bottom of the table ahead of the RBNZ rate statement, which is scheduled later today.
    Ozzy Dollar is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table and it dropped as Australian CPI showed the first negative quarterly reading in more than 7 years.
    So, how do these shifts reflect in longer terms. Sterling/Australia has had a bullish week and the pair is up by slightly more than 4%. Australia/Canada is the top decliner and it’s 3.33% in the red.
    Canada/Swissie has appreciated the most over a month and the pair has gained 4.79%. Dollar/Canada leads the bearish table with a slide of 4.63%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and these were the Wednesday’s Movers and Shakers. Tune in tomorrow to find out how the 8 majors will line up following the monetary policy announcements by the Fed and the RBNZ.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Apr 26, 17:25
    The US data run has been a disappointment on this Tuesday, so let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets.
    The Cable is the mover of the day with an increase of point 68% after retreating from the daily high.
    UK Mortgage approvals dipped in March, but Sterling takes the top spot on the advancers and decliners table.
    Single currency trades up against most of the rivals and it’s followed closely by the Loonie Dollar. The Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said earlier global trade has reached a new balance point where it will contribute less to international growth.
    Australian Dollar is almost level with the neighboring New Zealand Dollar and both of the antipodes are trailed closely by the Swiss Franc.
    Japanese Yen is up only from the Buck, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table as US durable goods and consumer confidence reports both disappointed.
    Moving on to longer terms, Sterling/Yen leads the weekly bulls chart with a rise of 5.35%. Euro/Sterling shows the top slide and it’s 2.82% in the red.
    Canada/Swissie has appreciated the most over a month and it’s more than 4% in the green. Dollar/Canada tops the bearish section with a slide of 4.2%.
    I’m Jessica Walker and this wraps up Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Apr 25, 16:31
    Here’s what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this week’s first trading day.
    Currency markets are relatively calm and the biggest move is a decline of less than a half a percent and it’s posted by Kiwi Dollar/Yen. Most of the early decline was recovered, but the rate went South once again.
    Swiss Franc is on top of the table and level with the Japanese Yen, which has somewhat recovered after Friday’s sell off.
    UK CBI industrial orders remained in the red, but an improvement was reported and Sterling is mostly higher as the US President Barack Obama warned that a Brexit will result in a wait of up to a decade for a new trade deal with the US.
    German IFO business climate disappointed slightly and Single currency is a fraction South of the Sterling.
    Commodity currencies are generally under pressure and Australian Dollar is point 14% up from the Buck as US new home sales were weaker than estimated.
    Canadian Dollar is a fraction up from the Kiwi Dollar, which is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Let’s take a look at longer terms, where Sterling/Yen takes the top spot on the weekly advancers table with an increase of 4.43%. Euro/Sterling is the most bearish pair and it’s down by 2.43%.
    Canada/Swissie has appreciated the most over a month and the pair more than 4% in the green. Dollar/Canada shows the biggest slide, standing 3.83% in the negative territory.
    I’m Jessica Walker and you’ve been watching the Movers and Shakers for Monday. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Apr 22, 15:58
    It's the end of the trading week, so let's find out what's moving and shaking on the FX markets.
    The biggest mover of the day is Pound/Yen which has gained a substantial 2.37%, the pair has been moving generally upward throughout the day.
    The top advancer of the day is the Sterling which has hit a 4-week high as President Obama announced he thinks the UK should remain in the EU.
    The Loonie reacted positively after the latest reading on core inflation rose to 2.1%, pushing it point 56% higher against the greenback.
    Trading point 2% lower is the Aussie Dollar which is almost level with the Franc.
    Whilst the ECB announcement caused the euro to peak, it was only fleeting, and the currency has lost most of its gain, but nevertheless it's still up point 23% against the Kiwi dollar.
    The Yen is the most bearish of the 8 majors, after the Preliminary Manufacturing PMI contracted and Tertiary Industry Activity declined.
    So let's move on to the long term chart where Canada/Yen is the top advancer in weekly terms with a gain of 4.26%. Euro/Canada has depreciated 2.19% over the same time period, and that's our biggest decliner.
    Our top advancers and decliners for the Monthly chart have not changed since yesterday, Canada/Swiss Franc is still at the top and it has gained 4.72%, while Dollar/Canada is still the most bearish having lost 4.1%.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and these were the Movers and Shakers for Friday. Tune in on Monday to see what's happening on the market. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Apr 21, 16:15
    Let's find out what's moving and shaking on the FX markets this Thursday.
    The biggest mover of the day is the New Zealand Dollar/Yen with a decline of point 92%, as the pair experienced a sharp drop after 12PM.
    The top advancer of the day is the Yen. The US US jobless claims fell to their lowest level since 1973 last week and the Dollar rose point 14% against the Pound.
    The ECB maintained interest rates at record lows and the Euro is trading almost level with the Swiss Franc.
    The three commodity currencies fell against their rivals, with the Aussie dollar being the most bullish of them. Canada will be releasing its CPI figures tomorrow, which is likely to have a high impact on the loonie. It currently stands point 10% up from the kiwi, which is the most bearish of the eight majors.
    So let's move on to he long term chart were Pound/Franc is the top advancer in weekly terms with a gain of 1.89%. Euro/Pound has depreciated 1.11% over the same time period, and that's our biggest decliner.
    Canada/Franc has gained 2.89% on the monthly chart, while Dollar/Canada is down 2.64%, making it the months most bearish pair.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and these were the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Tune in tomorrow to find out what's affecting Friday's market. See you then.
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    Wed, Apr 20, 16:00
    You're watching the Movers and Shakers Report for Wednesday. Here's how the 8 major currencies line up at 3 PM GMT.
    Two commodity currencies have seen markedly different performance, as New Zealand/Loonie is the Mover of the Day with a loss of point 71%. The pair was moving lower for most of the day.
    So Loonie Dollar has held the ground it gained yesterday, and it stands point 11% up from the Aussie.
    Dollar has seen growth for the first time in 4 days, and it is trading mostly higher.
    UK unemployment has grown for the first time in 4 months, but Pound is still a fraction up from the Yen.
    The Common Currency is down against most rivals ahead of tomorrow's ECB meeting, but it stands slightly North from the Swissie.
    And moving point 17% South, we get to the Kiwi, which is the most bearish of the eight majors.
    Moving on to the long-term charts, Australia/Yen has gained most over a week, standing 2.24% in the green. Euro/Australia tops the weekly bearish chart with a decline of 1.65%.
    New Zealand/Dollar still remains the best performer in monthly terms with a gain of 3.32%, whereas Dollar/Canada is the most bearish instrument, having lost 3.11%.
    I'm Sam Meredith and that's what has been moving and shaking in the currency markets this Wednesday. We'll be back tomorrow to cover the latest developments, so see you then.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Apr 19, 16:07
    It's 3 PM GMT on this Tuesday, so it's time to see what has been moving and shaking in the forex markets.
    Canada/Yen saw little movement until 7 o'clock, but a subsequent gain of more than 1% makes it the Mover of the Day.
    A labour strike in Kuwait has achieved what OPEC could not, namely, cut oil production, which has been a boost for the Loonie, the most bullish of the eight majors.
    Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is testifying before the Lords Economic Affairs Committee today, and Pound is point 1% up from the Kiwi.
    The latest German ZEW Economic Sentiment Index surprised on the upside, and the Single Currency is point 11% North from the Swissie which, in turn, is trading level with the Aussie.
    And the surge in commodities has pushed safe havens lower, as Dollar is point 3% up from the most bearish major, the Yen.
    Let's see how things look in the long-term. Australia/Swiss Franc is the most bullish pair in weekly terms, standing 3.99% in the green. Euro/Australia has lost 3.34% during the same period, which is the biggest decline.
    New Zealand/Dollar tops the monthly Advancers chart, having gained 6.86%, whereas Dollar/Canada is the most bearish instrument with a drop of 5.26%.
    You've been watching the Movers and Shakers Report for Tuesday with me, Sam Meredith. Check back in tomorrow for our ongoing coverage of the currency markets. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Apr 18, 16:16
    There have been some rather surprising movements and shakeups in the currency markets this Monday, so let's take a closer look.
    Australia/Yen is the mover of the day, having gained 1.85%. The pair had a slow start, but it started moving up after 7 o'clock.
    Oil producing countries failed to reach an agreement to freeze production during their Sunday meeting in Doha, and commodity currencies did take an initial hit, but they have staged a remarkable recovery.
    Aussie is the most bullish of them, standing point 26% up from the Loonie.
    The latest New Zealand inflation data came in better than expected, and Kiwi finds itself point 15% up from the Sterling.
    Two European currencies are trading almost level with each other, with Swissie just a fraction North from the Common Currency.
    And the notable recovery in commodity currencies means there's less demand for safe havens, so two of them find themselves at the bottom of the Advancers and Decliners table, with Greenback no less than 67% up from the Yen.
    Let's take a closer look at the long-term charts. Australia/Swiss Franc has gained most over a week, standing 3.31% in the green. Euro/Australia is down by 2.79%, which makes it the most bearish pair.
    New Zealand/Dollar is the top performer in monthly terms, having gained more than 5%, whereas Dollar/Yen posts the biggest decline, and it's 4.31% in the red.
    You've been watching the Movers and Shakers for Monday with me, Celeste Skinner. We'll be back tomorrow to cover the latest developments in the forex markets, so see you then.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Apr 15, 15:52
    Here’s what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this week’s last trading day.
    Kiwi Dollar has been on a sharp rise against the Loonie Dollar and the pair has shot up by more than 1%, which is the day’s biggest move.
    China GDP growth slowed down slightly, as expected, but industrial production surprised on the upside and Kiwi Dollar tops the advancers and decliners table.
    Japanese Industrial Production saw an upward revision and safe-haven Yen is mostly higher.
    Euro Zone trade surplus declined more than expected and Single currency is just a fraction up from the Sterling. UK construction output was reported slipping by point 3%.
    Australian Dollar is point 15% up from the Swiss Franc, which is followed by the Greenback. US empire state survey manufacturing index jumped by 9 points, but industrial production and University of Michigan consumer sentiment both disappointed.
    Canadian manufacturing sales were weak and Loonie Dollar is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Moving on to longer terms, Australia/Swissie leads the weekly bulls chart with a rise of slightly more than 3%. Euro/Australia has declined the most over the same term and the pair stands 2.49% in the red.
    New Zealand/Dollar is on top of the monthly advancers list with an increase of 4.77%. Dollar/Yen leads the bearish section with a slide of 4.29%.
    I’m Sam Meredith and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Friday. Enjoy your weekend and tune in on Monday for more on the Currency Markets. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Apr 14, 15:52
    Economic calendar was busy with key releases, so let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets.
    A couple of neighboring currencies form the day’s biggest move and it’s an increase of 1.35% posted by Australia/New Zealand. The sharpest rise took place just shortly after midnight.
    Australian jobs numbers were strong, sending the Ozzy Dollar sharply higher and it’s the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen is mostly higher and it’s point 31% up from the Swiss Franc.
    US data was mixed – CPI was reported softer than expected, but jobless claims data was positive and Buck is is followed closely by the Single currency as Final Euro Zone CPI reading received an upward revision.
    Canadian new house price index advanced as expected, but Loonie Dollar is mostly lower.
    The Bank of England left monetary policy unchanged, warning of potential impact from Brexit and Sterling is up only from the Kiwi Dollar, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Let’s find out where the 8 majors stand in longer terms. Australia/Swissie has had a bullish week and this pair has gained 3.77%. Euro/Australia is the top decliner and it’s 3.44% in the red.
    Kiwi Dollar has been on a rise against the Buck and this pair has appreciated by more than 4% over a month. Sterling/Canada is the most bearish pair and it’s 4.21% in the red.
    I’m Monica Gibson and this is how the 8 major currencies line up at 3 PM GMT on Thursday. Click back tomorrow for this week’s last overview, but for now, goodbye.

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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Apr 13, 15:49
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX markets this Wednesday.
    Canada/Swissie has appreciated by more than 1% as it rose particularly sharply after 1 PM and this pair is the mover of the day.
    China trade deficit narrowed, sending global stocks higher and Loonie Dollar has taken the top spot on the advancers and decliners table.
    US retail sales and producer price index both disappointed, but Buck is close to level with the top advancer.
    New Zealand Dollar is point 13% South of the Greenback.
    Brexit continues to take its toll on the Sterling.
    Australian Dollar is the weakest performer of the three commodity currencies and it’s followed closely by the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    Euro Zone industrial production declined slightly more than expected and Single currency is up only from the Swiss Franc, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    So, let’s take a look at longer term performance charts. Canada/Swissie has had a bullish week and this pair has shot up by 3.55%. Euro/Canada shows a similar slide and it’s the most bearish pair.
    Kiwi Dollar has gained 3.35% against the Buck and that’s the biggest monthly advance. Sterling/Yen leads the decliners section and it’s close to 5% in the red.
    I’m Monica Gibson and these were the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. Tune in tomorrow to find out where the 8 majors will stand on Thursday. See you then.
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    Tue, Apr 12, 15:29
    Let’s find out how the 8 major currencies line up on the advancers and decliners table at 3 PM GMT on this Tuesday.
    Despite a slight pull back Australia/Yen is the mover of the day with a solid increase of more than 1%.
    Oil has hit a multi month high and commodity currency trio tops the advancers and decliners table. Australian business confidence rose by 3 points and Ozzy Dollar is the most bullish major, trading point 17% up from the New Zealand Dollar and point 2% up from the Canadian Dollar.
    US import prices grew weaker than analysts predicted and Buck is just slightly North of the Sterling, which saw support on strong UK CPI data.
    Single currency is close to level with the Swiss Franc, which is up only from the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    So, what are the biggest moves in longer terms. Canada/Swissie shows the top rise over a week and it’s up by 1%. Australia/Yen has declined the most and the pair has depreciated by 3.58%.
    Euro/Dollar tops the monthly bulls table with a gain of 3.67%. 4.29% is the biggest slide and it’s posted by Dollar/Swissie.
    I’m Louise McCauley and you’ve been watching the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Check back tomorrow for more on the FX Markets, but for now, goodbye.
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    Mon, Apr 11, 15:47
    Economic calendar is light on this Monday, so let`s see if it has been equally calm on the currency market.
    The Cable is the mover of the day with an increase of 1% as the rate shot up after 7:30 in the morning.
    It’s a slow start of the week in terms of news releases and UK Sterling tops the advancers and decliners table.
    China CPI stood steady at 2.3% and commodity currency trio is mostly higher. New Zealand Dollar is point 14% up from the Ozzy Dollar as Australian home loans increased, but less than expected.
    Loonie Dollar trades in a close range with a number of majors, including the safe-haven Japanese Yen. Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda hinted earlier the Central Bank will take additional monetary easing if needed to reach the 2% inflation target.
    Italian industrial production slowed, but less than estimated and Single currency is almost level with the Swiss Franc.
    Greenback is the most bearish major on the advancers and decliners table.
    Moving on to longer terms, Euro/Australia tops the weekly bulls chart with an increase of slightly more than 1%. Australia/Yen has depreciated the most and it’s more than 4% in the red.
    Euro/Dollar leads the monthly advancers table and the pair is up by 4.38%. Dollar/Swissie is the most bearish pair with a drop of close to 5%.
    I’m Sam Meredith and that’s it for now, but check back tomorrow for the next report covering Tuesday. Goodbye.
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    Fri, Apr 08, 15:40
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking at 3 PM GMT on this week’s last trading day, ahead of the weekend.
    Canada/Yen shows the day’s biggest move, which is an increase of almost 1 and a half percent. The rate was moving gradually higher during most of the day and a jump was posted after noon GMT.
    Loonie Dollar surged on strong Canadian jobs numbers and it’s the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Antipodes trade in a close range and up against most of the rivals – Australian Dollar is just slightly North of the neighboring Kiwi Dollar.
    UK Sterling came under pressure as UK manufacturing production declined more than estimated.
    Swiss Franc is one tenth of a percent up from the Single Currency, which is mostly lower.
    US wholesale inventories were reported declining more than expected and Buck is up only from Japanese Yen, which has given up some of the recent gains.
    Euro/Australia is on top of the weekly bulls chart and the pair has gained 1.55%. Australia/Yen is the most bearish pair and it’s down by 4.45%.
    Monthly advancers list is led by Euro/Sterling and the pair stands 4.67% in the green. Sterling/Swissie has depreciated the most and the slide measures at more than 5%.
    This wraps up Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Have a nice weekend and click back on Monday for more. Goodbye.
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    Thu, Apr 07, 15:46
    Thursday has been volatile on the FX Markets, so let’s find out where the 8 major currencies stand at 3 PM GMT.
    Australia/Yen is the mover of the day with a massive decline of almost 3%. Slide has lasted during the whole day.
    Japanese Yen has staged a rally and it’s by far the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table, standing a considerable 1.41% up from the closest follower – Swiss Franc.
    US jobless claims report surprised on the upside and Buck is just point 15% up from the Single currency.
    UK Halifax house price index jumped by 2.6%, but Sterling is North only from the commodity currency trio.
    Loonie Dollar is the most bullish one of them as Canadian Building Permits surged by double digits.
    Antipodes are at the bottom of the list and New Zealand Dollar is point 61% up from the Australian Dollar, which is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/New Zealand and Euro/Australia shows a similar rise. New Zealand/Yen has surged by more than 6% over a week.
    Euro/Sterling has appreciated the most over a month and it’s 3.46% in the green. Sterling/Yen is the top decliner and it’s 4.68% in the red.
    I’m Louise McCauley and this wraps up Thursday’s Movers and Shakers. Check back tomorrow for this week’s last report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Wed, Apr 06, 15:40
    It’s time for the latest Dukascopy Movers and Shakers where you can find out how the 8 major currencies have performed so far on Wednesday.
    Sterling/Australia is the mover of the day with a decline of point 71%, which was posted after the rate rebounded from the daily low.
    Australian Dollar tops the advancers and decliners table as China Services PMI rose and Ozzy Dollar is just a fraction up from the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    Canadian Ivey PMI dropped to stand at 50.1, but Loonie Dollar is mostly higher and it’s followed closely by the Kiwi Dollar.
    Greenback trades in a close range with the Euro ahead of the publication of the FOMC Meeting Minutes.
    German industrial production declined, but less than expected and Single currency is close to level with the Swiss Franc.
    Brexit fears remain putting pressure on the Sterling, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Moving on to longer terms, Euro/Sterling tops the weekly bulls chart with a rise of close to 3%. Sterling/Yen has depreciated the most and it’s 4.63% in the red.
    Euro/Sterling has gained the most ground over a month and it’s up by 4.62%. Sterling/Swissie shows the biggest slide, standing 4.87% in the red.
    I’m Sam Meredith and you’ve been watching the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. We`ll be back tomorrow with the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Tue, Apr 05, 16:07
    This Tuesday has been busy on the FX Markets, so let’s find out what’s moving and shaking.
    Australia/Yen is the mover of the day with a decline of 1.48%. Sharpest slide took place after 4 o’clock in the morning.
    Safe-haven demand is pushing Japanese Yen higher and it’s the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table, trading point 52% up from the Swiss Franc.
    US trade data was weaker than estimated, but non-manufacturing PMI rose and Buck is up against most of the rivals.
    Commodity currencies are having a generally bearish day and New Zealand Dollar is the most bullish one of the three present on the table.
    Single currency is a fraction South of the Kiwi Dollar as German factory orders were weak and finalized Eurozone Services PMI was revised much lower.
    UK Services PMI increased, but slightly less than expected and Sterling trades in a close range with a couple of majors.
    RBA stood pat on rates and trade balance disappointed, sending the Ozzy Dollar lower.
    Canadian trade data disappointed as a deficit of almost 2 billion was reported and Loonie Dollar level with the Ozzy dollar.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/Australia and the pair has gained 1.65%. Dollar/Yen has depreciated the most and it’s 2.21% in the red.
    Euro/Dollar has had a bullish month and it’s up by 4.7%. Dollar/Swissie is the top decliner with a slide of slightly more than 4%.
    I’m Monica Gibson and that’s it for Tuesday’s report, but do click back tomorrow when the next overview will be available. Goodbye.
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