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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
    Wed, Oct 18, 15:26
    It’s 3 PM GMT on this Wednesday, 18th of October and time for us to find out where the 8 major currencies stand.
    Canada/Yen has given bears no chances and uptrend puts the pair point 75% in the green, which is the day’s top move.
    Loonie Dollar tops the table as Canadian manufacturing sales jumped by 1.6%.
    Single currency is having a bullish session as well and it trades in an extremely narrow range with a couple more majors, including the Greenback. US Building permits and housing starts both were weak, but Buck is up against most of the rivals.
    Australian Dollar is close to even with the Sterling as UK unemployment rate remained unchanged.
    Swiss Franc is followed by the Kiwi Dollar, which is the most bearish of the three commodity currencies.
    Japanese Yen wraps up the table as the Bank of Japan board member Makoto Sakurai said the bank should leave the monetary policy loose.
    New Zealand/Swissie shows the top rise over the past week, standing 1.82% in the green. Euro/New Zealand has depreciated the most and it’s 1.46% in the red.
    Dollar/Canada leads the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 2.36%. 2.96% is the top decline over the same term and it’s posted by the Cable.
    I’m Jack Everitt and you’ve been watching the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Tue, Oct 17, 15:41
    Dukascopy Forex TV Team is back with Tuesday’s FX Movers and Shakers overview for 3 PM GMT.
    The Cable is the mover of the day and the pair stands point 63% in the red after moving sharply South only hours into the trading day.
    Stanford University economist John Taylor who is a candidate for Fed Chairman position has made a favourable impression on President Donald Trump last week and Greenback tops the advancers and decliners table.
    Japanese Yen is mostly higher as well and it’s only slightly South of the top advancer.
    Then there are a couple of commodity currencies, including the Ozzy Dollar. RBA meeting minutes were leaning towards the dovish side and new motor vehicle sales were down by a half a percent.
    Loonie Dollar is close to level with the Euro.
    Spain is the fourth largest economy in the Euro Zone and it has lowered growth forecast for next year to 2.3%, thus single currency is seeing downward pressure from the Catalonia’s concerns.
    Overnight New Zealand CPI report showed inflation accelerated by a half a percent quarter on quarter, but Kiwi Dollar is the most bearish of the three commodity currencies on the table.
    Swiss Franc is up only from the UK Sterling, which wraps up the table as the Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said the Central Bank is making contingency plans for a hard Brexit.
    Past week has been bullish for the New Zealand/Swissie and all five of the pairs show similar gains, standing slightly more than 1% in the green. Euro/New Zealand is the top decliner and there are a couple of pairs following closely here as well.
    Dollar/Canada tops the monthly bulls table with a gain of close to 3%. Australia/Greenback has meanwhile depreciated the most, standing more than 2% in the red.
    I’m Jessica Walker and this wraps up Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers, but do click back for Wednesday’s report. Goodbye.
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    Mon, Oct 16, 15:46
    Dukascopy Forex TV Team is back with this week’s opening edition of the FX Movers and Shakers.
    Canada/Yen has been moving lower during most of the session and the pair stands point 51% in the red at 3 PM GMT to post the day’s biggest move.
    US stocks opened in the green, but a safe-haven Japanese Yen leads the advancers and decliners table.
    New Zealand CPI data will be released later on in the session and Kiwi Dollar is a fraction South of the top advancer.
    US empire state manufacturing index showed a strong increase and Greenback is having a generally bullish session.
    UK Sterling is almost level with the Swissie and the Single currency. Euro Zone trade surplus saw a sharp jump in today’s publication.
    A couple of commodity currencies wrap up the table – Australian Dollar is point 11% up from the Loonie Dollar, which is the most bearish major at the moment.
    Past week has been bullish for the Cable, which leads the advancers table with a gain of 1.71%. Euro/Sterling is the most bearish pair and it’s more than 1% in the red.
    Sterling/Canada has gained the most ground over the past month with a rise of more than 3%. Canada/Yen tops the bearish section with a slide of 1.67%.
    I’m Jessica Walker and you’ve been watching the FX Movers and Shakers for Monday. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Fri, Oct 13, 15:27
    Weekend is almost here, so let’s find out how the 8 major currencies line up on the advancers and decliners table at 3 PM GMT.
    New Zealand/Canada made most of the gains late in the session and the pair stands point 92% in the green to post the day’s top move.
    A couple of commodity currencies are having a bullish session and New Zealand Dollar is only a fraction up from the neighboring Australian Dollar.
    Then there’s a bit of a gap and safe-haven Japanese Yen is trading even with the UK Sterling.
    Swiss PPI accelerated faster than expected and Swissie is level with the Single currency, which rose on rumors the ECB may carry on asset purchases for at least nine more months after starting tapering in January.
    Greenback declined on soft inflation numbers and it’s up only from the Loonie Dollar, which is the most bearish major on the table.
    Let’s move on to longer term performance charts, where The Cable shows the top rise over past week and the pair is more than 2% in the green. Dollar/Yen leads the bearish section with a decline of point 89%.
    Sterling/Canada leads the monthly bulls chart, standing close to 3% in the green. Canada/Swissie has had a bearish month and it’s down by 1.39%.
    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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    Thu, Oct 12, 16:04
    Here’s what’s moving and shaking on the FX markets at 3 o`clock PM on this Thursday.
    Sterling has been on a sharp decline against the New Zealand Dollar and the pair stands point 87% in the red, which is the day’s top move.
    A couple of commodity currencies show bullish performance and Kiwi Dollar is a fraction up from the neighboring Ozzy Dollar as Australian inflation expectations accelerated and home loans grew.
    Japanese Yen is up against most of the rivals and it’s almost level with the Greenback. US jobless claims report surprised on the upside earlier in the day.
    Euro Zone industrial production was stronger than expected and Single currency is slightly North of the Loonie Dollar as Canadian new housing price index was softer than estimated.
    Swiss Franc is up only from the UK Sterling, which sits at the bottom of the table, sent sharply lower on report Brexit talks have reached a deadlock.
    Past week has been bullish for the Euro/New Zealand, which has gained 1.27%. New Zealand/Canada shows the top decline, standing just point 58% in the red.
    Dollar/Canada has gained the most ground over the past month and it’s up by 2.84%. Australia/Dollar has had a bearish run and the pair has lost 2.78%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and these were Thursday’s Movers and Shakers. We`ll be back tomorrow with this week’s last release, but for now, goodbye.
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    Wed, Oct 11, 15:26
    This Wednesday has been light in terms of economic news releases, so let’s see if it’s equally calm on the FX markets.
    Euro/Sterling has been moving gradually higher during most of the session and the pair has gained point 44% to post the day’s top move.
    Catalonia hasn’t formally declared independence from Spain, providing support with the Single currency, which tops the advancers and decliners table.
    Swiss Franc trades mostly higher and it’s only a fraction South of the top advancer Euro.
    Preliminary Japanese Machine Tool Orders growth accelerated and Yen is up against most of the rivals.
    FOMC Meeting Minutes will be published later in the day and Greenback is trailed closely by the Loonie Dollar, which is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies.
    New Zealand Dollar is almost level with the Australian Dollar, which is a fraction North of the most bearish major, which is the UK Sterling.
    Euro/New Zealand has had a bullish week and the pair is up by almost 2%. New Zealand/Yen shows the top decline over the same term and it’s 1.65% in the red.
    Sterling/Australia leads the monthly bulls table with a rise of 3.33%. Australia/Greenback has depreciated the most, standing slightly more than 3% in the red.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Wednesday’s Movers and Shakers. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Tue, Oct 10, 15:30
    These are the Dukascopy Movers and Shakers, where you can find out what have been the FX market trends on this Tuesday.
    Moves aren’t particularly volatile and Euro/Dollar shows the biggest one, which is a gain of point 57%.
    German trade surplus jumped and Single currency takes the top spot on the table.
    Japanese Economy Watchers Sentiment surprised on upside and Yen is close to level with the top advancer.
    Swiss unemployment rate slipped to 3.1% and Swiss Franc trades in a close range with a number of majors, including the Sterling. UK Manufacturing production increased sharply, but goods trade balance deficit expanded.
    Canadian building permits were reported dropping by 5 and a half percent month on month and Loonie Dollar is almost level with the Ozzy Dollar. Australian business confidence index improved to 7.
    New Zealand Dollar is up only from the Greenback, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table as US economic optimism slipped.
    Past week has been bullish for the Euro/New Zealand and it’s the only pair that’s up by more than 2%. New Zealand/Yen has depreciated the most and it’s 2.55% in the red.
    Monthly advancers table is led by Sterling/Yen, and the pair is up by more than 4%. Australia/Greenback has had a bearish run, standing 2.59% in the negative territory.
    I’m Jessica Walker and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. We`ll be back tomorrow with the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Mon, Oct 09, 15:23
    These are the Movers and Shakers, where you can find out what have been the FX market trends on this week’s opening trading day.
    Most of the session has been bullish for the Sterling/Australia and the pair posts the day’s top move, which is a gain of point 69%.
    UK BRC retail sales monitor data will be published later in the day and Sterling is on top of the advancers and decliners table.
    US Treasury markets are closed for Columbus Day holiday and Greenback is up against most of the rivals and it’s trailed closely by the Kiwi Dollar.
    Single currency trades in a narrow range with a number of majors, gaining ground as German industrial production jumped and the bloc’s investor confidence improved.
    It’s a market holiday in Canada and Loonie Dollar almost level with the Yen as Japan enjoys a market holiday as well.
    Swiss Franc is up only from the Australian Dollar, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Euro/New Zealand is the top advancer over the past week and the pair has gained 1.54%. New Zealand/Greenback leads the bearish section and New Zealand/Yen is also down by more than 2%.
    Sterling/Yen has had a bullish month and the pair has gained more than 4%. Australia/Greenback is the top decliner with a loss that exceeds the 3% level.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Monday. We`ll be back tomorrow with the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Fri, Oct 06, 15:54
    We have received the latest updates on the North American jobs numbers, so let’s see how this reflects on the FX markets.
    Ozzy Dollar moved sharply lower against the Loonie Dollar early in the session and then once again after noon to trade point 64% in the red, which is the day’s top move.
    Loonie Dollar tops the table as Canadian unemployment rate remained unchanged, but employment change was slightly weaker than anticipated.
    German factory orders jumped and Single currency trades mostly higher, just like the Greenback. US non-farm employment change disappointed, but jobless rate dropped to 4.2%.
    Swiss Franc is just slightly up from the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    Kiwi Dollar is under pressure, just like the neighboring Ozzy Dollar, which is at the bottom of the table as it trades even with the Sterling.
    UK Halifax House Price Index increased by a solid point 8%.
    Weekly advancers table is led by Euro/Sterling and the pair stands 1.84% in the green. The Cable tops the bearish section with a decline of 2.82%.
    Dollar/Yen has had a bullish month and it’s the only pair that has appreciated by more than 4%. Australia/Greenback is the top decliner, standing 3.15% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and you’ve been watching Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Have a nice weekend and check back for more on Monday. Goodbye.
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    Thu, Oct 05, 15:30
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this Thursday.
    Australia/Yen dropped early on and continued moving lower to trade point 86% in the red, which is the top move.
    Japanese Yen leads the advancers and decliners table and it’s only point 16% up from the Greenback as the US jobless claims were positive and stocks rose.
    Swiss Franc trades close to level with the Single currency. ECB meeting minutes showed policy makers expressing concerns over recent shifts in currency rates.
    New Zealand Dollar is almost even with the Loonie Dollar as Canadian trade numbers were weak.
    Australian retail sales disappointed and Ozzy Dollar is at the bottom of the table along with the UK Sterling.
    Moving on to longer term performance charts, Euro/Sterling has had a bullish run over the past week and it’s 1.8% in the green. Sterling/Yen is the top decliner and The Cable is also down by more than 2%.
    Sterling/Yen has had a bullish month and it’s the only pair that has gained more than 4%. Australia/Greenback leads the bearish section with a decline of 2.73%.
    I’m Jessica Walker 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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    Wed, Oct 04, 15:43
    It's 3 PM GMT on this Wednesday; let's look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    Markets have actually been quite calm, and the biggest move of the day was a gain of point 43%, posted by Pound/Swissie.
    This has been a harsh day for Theresa May who was pranked as she explained her position on a no-deal Brexit, but it has not been a harsh day for the Pound, which, in fact, is the most bullish major.
    Australian services sector slowed slightly in September, but Aussie is point 1% up from the Yen.
    A number of currencies trade within a very narrow range from each other, with Euro a fraction up from the Loonie which, in turn, is trailed closely by Kiwi.
    US Non-Manufacturing PMI saw strong growth in September, and Greenback is point 13% up from the Swissie, which sits at the bottom of the Advancers and Decliners table.
    And here's a quick look at the long-term charts. Euro/Canada tops the weekly bulls chart with a gain of 1.18%, whereas Canada/Swissie is the most bearish instrument, having lost more than 1%.
    Pound/Yen is the best performer over a month, up by 5.46%, and Euro/Pound posts the biggest decline, namely, 3.6%.
    You've been watching the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday with me, Jack Everitt. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview.
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    Tue, Oct 03, 15:31
    It's 3 PM GMT on this Tuesday; let's see what's been happening in the forex markets.
    Euro/New Zealand is the mover of the day, having gained point 73%. The pair was trending higher for much of the day.
    Spain's constitutional woes are far from over, but the Common Currency has rebounded quite nicely and is now the most bullish major, up point 12% from the Loonie.
    Safe havens are trading slightly lower, with Swissie point 1% up from the Greenback which, in turn, is trailed closely by Yen.
    The latest Reserve Bank of Australia statement came in line with expectations, and Aussie is point 13% up from the Pound, which, in turn, has taken a hit as Brexit Secretary David Davis has suggested the UK is preparing for no deal in its departure talks.
    And, moving point 29% South, there's the Kiwi, which is the most bearish major.
    And here's how things look on the long-term charts. Dollar/Canada has gained most over a week, namely, 1.6%, and New Zealand/Dollar posts the biggest decline, standing 2.26% in the red.
    Pound/Yen retains its top position on the monthly bulls chart, having gained almost 5%, and Euro/Pound still is the most bearish pair, down by 3.81%.
    These were the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. I'm Jessica Walker and we'll be back tomorrow with the next overview. See you then.
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    Mon, Oct 02, 15:33
    This month's first trading day is coming to an end, so let's see how things are shaping up.
    Pound/Yen is the mover of the day, having lost point 9%. The pair was moving lower for most of the day.
    This weekend has brought plenty of uncertainty in world politics, and safe havens have seen some demand; in particular, Yen is trailed closely by the Greenback, which received some additional support from improved manufacturing PMI.
    Remarkably enough, Commodity Currencies are also up against most rivals, trading within a very close range of each other. Kiwi is the most bullish of them, albeit by a razor-thin margin, and the neighbouring Aussie is sandwiched between it and the Loonie.
    The unrest in Spain has sent European currencies mostly lower, and Swissie is point 18% up from the Common Currency which now faces a major constitutional challenge in one of its largest economies.
    But the most bearish major is actually the Sterling, which took a hit as PM Theresa May must now fend off attacks on her position from her own party.
    And here's how things look on the long-term charts. Dollar/Canada has gained 1.71% over a week, which makes it the most bullish instrument, whereas Australia/Dollar is the most bearish pair, having lost more than 2%.
    Meanwhile, Sterling is still going strong on the monthly chart, as Pound/Yen is the top performer with a gain of more than 5% and Euro/Pound posts the biggest decline, standing more than 4% in the red.
    I'm Jack Everitt and these were the Movers and Shakers for Monday.
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    Fri, Sep 29, 15:56
    The trading week is coming to a close; let's look back at what's been moving and shaking this Friday.
    Euro/Dollar is the mover of the day with a gain of point 81%. The pair had a slow start, but it jumped after 12 PM GMT.
    Euro zone annual inflation stood unchanged in September, and the Common Currency is a fraction up from Swissie which saw a marked improvement in Swiss leading index.
    This has been a pretty turbulent week for the Kiwi, and it's again up against most rivals.
    It is trailed by two safe havens, with Yen trading almost level with King Dollar.
    Moving point 17% South there's the Aussie, which is followed closely by Sterling.
    And the latest Canadian GDP data surprised on the downside, sending Loonie to the bottom of the advancers and decliners table.
    Moving on to the long-term charts, Dollar/Canada maintains its position as the top performer over a week, standing 1.41% in the green, while Australia/Dollar is the most bearish pair, having lost 1.93%.
    Pound/Yen is the most bullish instrument on the monthly chart, up by 5.71%, and Euro/Pound posts the biggest decline, that is, 4.26%.
    You've been watching the Movers and Shakers for Friday with me, Jessica Walker. We'll be back on Monday, but until then, have a great weekend and goodbye.
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    Thu, Sep 28, 15:45
    It's the end of European trading on this Thursday; let's look back at what's been moving and shaking in the markets.
    This has not been a very active trading day, and the mover of the day is Euro/Australia with a gain of less than half a percent. The pair has been steadily inching higher for much of the last 15 hours.
    German consumer confidence eased in September, but it does remain at a very high level, and the Common Currency is the most bullish major.
    There has been a renewed hope of a smooth Brexit outcome, and that has provided some support for Pound, which is a fraction up from the Yen.
    Loonie is the most bullish of the commodity currency trio.
    There has been plenty of good news for the Greenback, such as improved GDP data and shrinking trade deficit, but it is trading almost level with Swissie.
    And Antipodes had not held the ground they gained yesterday as they're now at the bottom of the Advancers and Decliners table, although Kiwi is up point 13% from the Aussie.
    And, before the end of this report, let's take a quick look at the long-term charts. Dollar/Canada has gained less than 1% over the last week, but it is enough to make it the most bullish instrument. New Zealand/Swiss Franc posts the biggest decline, namely, 1.68%.
    Pound/Yen prevails on the monthly bulls chart, standing 7.39% in the green, and Euro/Yen is the most bearish pair with a loss of 5.44%.
    I'm Jack Everitt and these were the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Check back in tomorrow for this week's final overview.
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    Wed, Sep 27, 15:29
    This Wednesday has seen some dramatic reversals in the currency markets, so let's take a closer look.
    We start with the Mover of the Day, which is New Zealand/Swiss Franc, and it was trending higher for most of the day, gaining a total of point 74%.
    So in a notable contrast to yesterday, Kiwi Dollar has very much rebounded and now actually stands at the very top of the Advancers and Decliners table.
    Hawkish hints from Fed Chair Janet Yellen have lifted the Greenback, which is up against most rivals.
    A spike in oil priced has boosted commodity currencies, and Loonie is point 15% up from the Aussie.
    Meanwhile, the increased demand for commodities has pushed safe havens lower, and Yen is just a fraction up from the Pound.
    Rising US dollar, coupled with the ongoing German coalition talks, have weighed on Euro, and it's trading mostly lower, althoug it is point 17% up from the most bearish major, namely, the Swissie.
    And here's a quick look at the long-term scales. Dollar/Yen tops the weekly bulls chart with a gain of 1.53% while Australia/Dollar posts the biggest decline, standing 2.63% in the red.
    Pound/Yen is the top performer in monthly terms, having gained 7.27%, whereas Euro/Pound is the most bearish instrument, as it's down by 5.29%.
    I'm Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. Check back in tomorrow when the next report will be available.
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    Tue, Sep 26, 15:30
    These are the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday where we take a closer look at 8 major currencies over the last 15 hours.
    We start with the mover of the day, which is New Zealand/Dollar. The pair was moving lower for most of the day, losing a total of 1.19%.
    US Consumer Confidence eased in September, but that has not hurt the Greenback which is the most bullish major, up point 11% from the neighbouring Loonie.
    Moving point 24% lower we get to Yen.
    Sterling seems to be trying to restart its bullish run, trading mostly higher, and it's point 1% up from Swissie.
    The anticipated difficulties of forming a German government coalition are weighing on Euro, but it still is a fraction up from Aussie which, in turn, stands point 41% North of its fellow Antipode, the Kiwi.
    Moving on to the long-term charts, Dollar/Canada is the most bullish pair on the weekly chart with a gain of 1.64% while Euro/Dollar posts the biggest decline, namely, 1.5%.
    Pound/Yen tops the monthly bulls chart, standing more than 8% in the green, and Euro/Pound has lost 5% over the same period, which makes it the most bearish instrument.
    I'm Jack Everitt and these were the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview.
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    Mon, Sep 25, 15:29
    The first trading day of the week is coming to an end; let's look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets.
    Euro took a hit following the German general elections, and Euro/Yen is the mover of the day, standing point 77% in the red.
    Japanese manufacturing PMI reached a 4-month high in September, and Yen is the most bullish of the eight majors, standing point 16% up from the Loonie.
    Three currencies are trading within a narrow range from each other, with Swissie being a fraction up from the Greenback which, in turn, is trailed closely by Sterling.
    Moving less than point 1% lower, we get to the Aussie, which is almost level with its neighbouring Aussie.
    And Euro is the most bearish major, reflecting the uneasy task German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces as she tries to stitch together a three-way "Jamaica" coalition.
    Here's how things look on the long-term charts. Dollar/Swiss Franc has gained the most over a week, standing 1.29% in the green, while Euro/Dollar has lost point 72% over the same period, which makes it the most bearish instrument.
    Pound/Yen tops the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 8.74%, and Euro/Pound is the most bearish pair, having lost 4.85%.
    I'm Jack Everitt and these were the Movers and Shakers for Monday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview. Goodbye.
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    Fri, Sep 22, 15:24
    It’s the last day of the trading week – so let’s see what’s been moving and shaking on the FX markets today.
    The biggest mover of the day is Pound/Aussie with a decline of point 96%. The cross has been moving consistently downwards throughout the session, and has not managed to make a recovery.
    The Aussie Dollar is benefitting from a weaker US Dollar, and it sits on the top of the table.
    The neighbouring Kiwi dollar is not too far behind, sitting point 1% above the safe haven yen.
    Positive Inflation and Retail Sales data, sees the loonie dollar above the common currency on the table, but nonetheless, it is the most bearish of the commodity currencies.
    The Swiss Franc is point 21% above the USD which remains under pressure since the Fed announcement on Wednesday.
    And finding itself on the bottom of the table is the Sterling, after the UK government posted borrowing defecit.
    So let’s move onto longer terms, where New Zealand/Canada is the top advancer for the week with a gain of 1.74% and Pound/Kiwi has depreciated by 1.42% over the same period of time.
    Pound/Yen leads the monthly table with a huge gain of 8.28%, and the Euro/Sterling pair has lost the most ground coming in at 3.98%.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and these were the movers and shakers for Friday. Tune in on Monday for all of the latest currency moves, but for now, goodbye.
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    Thu, Sep 21, 15:48
    It's 3 PM GMT, and it's time to look back at what's been moving and shaking in the forex markets.
    Euro/Australia was trending higher for most of the last 15 hours, gaining a total of 1.53% in the process, and it is the mover of the day.
    Euro has had a bullish session, boosted by improvements in EU consumer confidence, and it's at the top of the Advancers and Decliners table.
    UK budget deficit was smaller than expected in August, and Sterling is a fraction up from the Yen.
    Canadian wholesale trade rebounded quite nicely in July, suggesting the last month's slip was more of a fluke, and Loonie is up, although it is trailed closely by the neighbouring Greenback, which, in turn, shot up after the Fed statement yesterday but has eased today.
    Moving point 15% South there's the Swissie, which is trading mostly lower.
    And Antipodes, in a stark contrast to the start of the week, are now the two most bearish majors, with Kiwi a massive point 9% up from the neighbouring Aussie.
    Moving on to the long-term charts, Kiwi/Yen has gained the most over a week, standing more than 3% in the green, while Antipodes are actually the most bearish pair, as Aussie/New Zealand has lost 2.15% over the same period.
    Pound/Yen is the top performer in monthly terms, having gained 8%, while Euro/Pound posts the strongest decline, namely, 3.72%.
    I'm Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview. Goodbye.
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