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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
    Wed, Jun 28, 15:40
    Draghi, Carney, Kuroda and Poloz are all speaking on policy at the moment and that’s as exciting as it can get for an FX trader, so let’s see where the 8 majors trade.
    Panel has definitely shaken up the Cable, which is the mover of the day with a gain of 1.15%, which was posted in a late surge.
    UK Nationwide house price index increased by 1.1%, but Mark Carney was the main driver for sterling as he said the BOE may need to raise rates soon.
    Commodity currency trio trades near the top of the table – Canadian Dollar is point 46% up from the Australian Dollar, which is in turn almost even with the neighboring New Zealand Dollar.
    Single currency has seen mixed signals from Mario Draghi in recent days and it’s point 22% up from the Swissie as Swiss UBS consumption indicator rose.
    Japanese Yen is having a generally bearish day, trading just slightly up from the Greenback, which wraps up the table. Traders would probably be even more happy if Janet Yellen joined the four central bank heavyweights in the panel.
    Sterling/Yen has had a bullish week and the pair is up by 2.66%. Dollar/Swissie has depreciated the most and it’s 1.64% in the red.
    Monthly bulls table is led by New Zealand/Yen, which is up by 3.67%. Dollar/Canada is the most bearish pair and it’s down by 2.63%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for now, but do click back for Thursday’s overview. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Jun 27, 15:29
    Let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this Tuesday.
    Euro/Yen shot up after 8 o’clock and the pair has gained 1.18% to post the day’s biggest move.
    Mario Draghi’s speech was a major boost for the single currency and it’s on top of the advancers and decliners table, followed relatively closely by the Swiss Franc.
    Brent moves higher, heading towards the 47 US Dollar level and Loonie Dollar is up against most of the rivals.
    UK Realized Sales Survey balance jumped and Sterling is point 34% up from the Australian Dollar.
    Greenback declined as the IMF lowered this year’s growth forecasts for the US to 2.1%, down from 2.3% in previous update.
    Overnight New Zealand trade report disappointed and Kiwi Dollar is up only from the safe-haven Japanese Yen, which sits at the bottom of the table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Swissie/Yen and the pair has gained 2.14%. Australia/Swissie is the top decliner and it’s down by 1.29%.
    New Zealand/Yen has had a bullish month and the pair is up by close to 4%, just like New Zealand/Greenback. Sterling/New Zealand has declined the most and it’s the only pair that’s down by more than 5%.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Jun 26, 16:24
    Start of the week hasn’t been particularly volatile on the FX markets, but nonetheless, let’s see where the 8 majors stand at 3 PM GMT.
    The day’s biggest move is a gain of point 44% and it’s posted by New Zealand/Yen as the pair has been heading steadily higher.
    US stock indexes opened higher, but gains were given up shortly afterwards and a commodity currency trio tops the table.
    New Zealand trade report will be released later in the day and Kiwi Dollar is the most bullish major, trailed closely by the Ozzy Dollar, which is then in turn almost even with the Loonie Dollar.
    German IFO business climate improved and Euro is point 13% up from the Greenback, which saw a disappointing durable goods report.
    Britain’s conservative party has reached an agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party to support Theresa May’s minority government, providing somewhat of a relied for Sterling, but it’s near the bottom of the table and slightly up from the Swiss Franc.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by New Zealand/Yen and the pair has appreciated by 1.44%. Sterling/New Zealand is the top decliner, having lost 1.17%.
    New Zealand/Greenback has had a bullish month and it’s the only pair that has gained more than 4%. Sterling/New Zealand tops the bearish section with a slide of 5.62%.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Monday’s Movers and Shakers. Check back for more on FX Markets, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Jun 22, 15:44
    US stock indexes are hovering near the opening level, so let’s find out where the 8 major currencies stand at 3 PM GMT on this Thursday.
    Australia/Canada was flat for hours, but a following decline has resulted in a loss of point 93%, which is the day’s top move.
    A strong retail sales report has sent the Loonie Dollar higher and it’s the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table.
    RBNZ left rates on hold, in line with expectations and Kiwi Dollar is trading near the top of the list.
    US jobless claims were roughly in line with expectations and Greenback is followed closely by a number of majors.
    Swiss trade surplus jumped to 3.4 billion and Swissie is close to even with the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    UK CBI industrial order expectations surprised on upside and Sterling is even with the Euro.
    Euro Zone consumer confidence improved slightly, but Single currency is up only from the Australian Dollar, which is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    New Zealand/Yen has had a bullish week and the pair has gained 1.39%. Sterling/New Zealand has declined the most over the same term, standing 1.72% in the red.
    New Zealand/Swissie is on top of the monthly bulls table with a gain of 3.59%. Sterling/New Zealand has depreciated the most and it’s down by 5.78%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Thursday’s Movers and Shakers, but do click back for FX news and more. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Jun 21, 15:45
    Dukascopy Forex TV Team is back with the Currency Movers and Shakers for Wednesday.
    Sterling/Yen’s decline was followed by a sharp rise and it puts the pair point 49% in the green after a correction cancelled out some of the gains.
    The Bank of England chief economist said he could vote for a rate hike later this year, sending Sterling higher and it’s on top of the table.
    Euro is up against most of the rivals and it’s almost even with the Greenback as US existing home sales surprised on upside.
    Swissie is only a fraction South of the US Dollar.
    Brent hovers slightly above the 46 US dollar level and Loonie Dollar is close to even with the Kiwi Dollar ahead of the high importance cash rate statement by the RBNZ later in the session.
    Australian leading index stood unchanged and Ozzy Dollar is up only from the Japanese Yen, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly bulls table is led by Dollar/Yen and it’s the only pair that has gained more than 2%. New Zealand/Dollar is the top decliner and it’s followed closely by Euro/Dollar.
    New Zealand/Yen has had a bullish month and the pair is up by close to 4%. Sterling/New Zealand has depreciated the most and it’s 5.75% in the red.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and that’s it for Wednesday’s Movers and Shakers. Do click back for Thursday’s report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Jun 20, 16:07
    Here’s what’s been moving and shaking on the FX markets so far on Tuesday, 20th of June.
    Sterling/New Zealand is the mover of the day with a drop of more than 1% as the pair took a sharp decline after 7 o’clock in the morning.
    US stocks are slightly in the red, but a commodity currency Kiwi Dollar tops the table ahead of the RBNZ monetary policy statement, which is scheduled tomorrow.
    Swiss Franc and Japanese Yen both seem to benefit from safe-haven flows as they trade in a close range and near the top of the chart.
    US current account deficit rose, but not as much as anticipated and Greenback is trailed closely by a couple of majors.
    RBA meeting minutes were released early in the session and Australian Dollar is almost even with the Single currency as Euro Zone current account surplus plummeted.
    Sliding oil puts Loonie Dollar under pressure and it’s up only from the UK Sterling, which wraps up the table as Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said he is still worried about the impact of Brexit on economy.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Canada/Yen and the pair has gained 2%. Sterling/Canada shows a similar decline and it’s the most bearish instrument.
    New Zealand/Yen has gained the most ground over a month and it’s up by 4.64%. Sterling/Zealand has depreciated the most, standing a massive 6.8% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s it for Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers. We`ll be back tomorrow with another report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Jun 19, 15:55
    Brexit talks start in Brussels, so let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this Monday.
    The day’s biggest move is a decline of only point 38% and it’s posted by Euro/Canada. Rate movement has been flat during most of the day.
    There’s a batch of currencies trading in a narrow range and Loonie Dollar is on top of the table, trailed closely by the Greenback as Fed’s William Dudley gave a hawkish speech.
    Swissie is having a bullish day as well and it’s trading point 1% up from the Sterling as Brexit talks begin.
    Australian new motor vehicle sales and leading index both rose and Ozzy Dollar is just slightly up from the Kiwi Dollar, even though New Zealand Westpac consumer sentiment improved.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen is at the bottom of the table, trading even with the Single currency.
    French voters gave President Emmanuel Macron’s party a win in second round election.
    Longer term charts show moves that are more significant and Canada/Yen has appreciated by more than 2% over the past week. Euro/Canada leads the bearish section with a decline of 1.58% and it’s followed closely by Dollar/Canada.
    New Zealand/Yen leads the monthly bulls table with a gain of 4.61%. Sterling/New Zealand has depreciated the most, standing close to 6% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for this week’s opening Movers and Shakers report. Do click back for more, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Jun 16, 16:43
    This trading week is about to wrap up, so let’s take a look at the FX Movers and Shakers.
    New Zealand/Greenback has been heading higher during most of the day and the pair has gained point 71%, which is the day’s biggest move.
    US stock indexes are heading lower, but a couple of commodity currencies top the table. New Zealand Dollar Manufacturing index rose and Kiwi Dollar trades point 24% up from the neighboring Ozzy Dollar.
    There were no revisions to final Euro Zone inflation and Single currency is up against most of the rivals.
    UK Sterling is almost level with the Yen as Bank of Japan left monetary policy unchanged.
    Canadian Dollar is near the bottom of the table and it’s level with the Swiss Franc.
    US building permits, housing starts and consumer sentiment all disappointed, sending Greenback lower.
    Moving on to longer term performance charts, Canada/Swissie has had a bullish week and the pair is 1.82% in the green. 1.47% is the top decline over the same term and it’s posted by Euro/Canada.
    New Zealand/Greenback leads the monthly bulls table with a solid gain of 4.56%. Sterling/New Zealand is the top decliner with a drop of 5.86%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this brings Friday’s Movers and Shakers to an end. Have a nice weekend and do click back for FX news and more. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Jun 15, 15:57
    Bank of England did take the markets by surprise this Thursday, so let's take a closer look.
    Pound/Yen started moving higher after 11 o'clock, and it is the Mover of the Day with a gain of 1.15%.
    The latest Bank of England meeting minutes did strike a remarkably hawkish tone as 3 out of 8 policy makers voted on a rate hike; that alone has sent the Pound all the way to the top, despite a disappointing slip in UK retail sales.
    The Buck is trading just a fraction lower, bolstered by several pieces of strong data such as jobless claims and state manufacturing indices; moreover, it's point 23% up from the Aussie.
    Moving point 2% South, we get to another commodity currency, the Loonie.
    The latest Swiss National Bank policy statement was in line with expectations, and Swissie is point 16% up from the Euro.
    Kiwi is the most bearish of commodity currency, but it nevertheless is point 38% up from the Yen, which is the most bearish major ahead of the upcoming Bank of Japan policy statement.
    And here's how things look in the long-term charts. Canada/Swiss Franc has gained 2.57% over a week, and it's the most bullish pair, whereas Pound/Canada tops the bearish chart with a loss of 3.15%.
    New Zealand/Dollar tops the monthly bulls table, standing 4.31% in the green. Pound/New Zealand has lost 5.4% over the same period, and it's the most bearish instrument.
    I'm Jack Everitt and these were the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Jun 14, 15:53
    We are just hours away from the Fed rate statement, so let’s see how the 8 major currencies position themselves ahead of this key event.
    Kiwi Dollar has been on a rise against the Buck and the pair jumped after noon to post the day’s biggest move, which is a gain of 1.52%.
    The Fed is expected to raise interest rates and commodity currency duo tops the table –Kiwi Dollar is point 32% up from the neighboring Ozzy Dollar as Australian consumer sentiment declined.
    Revised reading brought no change to Japanese industrial production stats and Yen is mostly higher.
    Euro Zone employment change was slightly stronger than anticipated and Euro is point 28% up from the Swiss Franc.
    UK claimant count release showed better than expected numbers and Sterling is just slightly up from the Loonie Dollar, which is the most bearish of the three commodity currencies on the table.
    US inflation and retail sales reports disappointed and Greenback is the most bearish major.
    Weekly bulls chart has a couple of pairs that have gained more than 2% and Canada/Swissie is the top advancer. Sterling/Canada has depreciated the most and it’s the only pair that has lost more than 3%.
    New Zealand/Greenback has gained the most ground over a month, standing almost 6% in the green. Sterling/New Zealand tops the bearish section with a slide of 6.62%.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and that’s all for Wednesday’s Movers and Shakers, but do click back tomorrow for this week’s last report. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Jun 13, 15:45
    Dukascopy Forex TV Team is back with the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday, 13th of June.
    Australia/Canada is the mover of the day with a drop of point 77%. Most of the day has been bearish for this pair.
    US stocks are in the green and Loonie Dollar tops the advancers and decliners table.
    UK inflation accelerated towards the 3% level and Sterling is having a generally bullish day as well.
    Kiwi Dollar trades up against most of the rivals and it’s point 11% up from the Swiss Franc.
    German ZEW economic sentiment declined, but the whole bloc’s reading rose and Single currency is point 14% North of the Buck as US Producer Price Index showed no change in monthly terms.
    Japanese Yen sees safe-haven flows dry up and it’s almost even with the Australian Dollar, which wraps up the table as Australian business confidence declined.
    Let’s take a look at longer term performance charts, where Canada/Swissie leads the advancers table with an increase of 2.5%. Sterling/Canada is the most bearish pair and it’s the only instrument that’s down by more than 3%.
    Euro/Sterling is the top advancer on the monthly bulls chart with a gain of almost 5%. Sterling/Swissie has depreciated the most over the same term, standing 5.72% in the red.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Jun 12, 15:44
    The first trading day of the week is coming to an end, so let's look back at what's been moving and shaking in the forex markets.
    Pound/Yen started moving lower after 6 o'clock in the morning, and it is the mover of the day with a drop of point 96%.
    Japanese producer price index continued growing in May, and Yen is the most bullish major, point 22% up from Aussie which, in turn, is just a fraction North from another commodity currency, the Loonie.
    A number of currencies are trading within a very narrow range from each other, with Euro almost level with the Greenback, and, in turn, it is trailed by Swissie.
    And moving a fraction lower, we get to Kiwi, which nevertheless is point 45% up from the most bearish major, namely, the Pound. Traders are bearish on Sterling as the UK snap election has introduced plenty of political uncertainty just ahead of the Brexit talks.
    As to the weekly chart, Australia/Swiss Franc is the most bullish pair with a gain of 1.81%, while Pound/Australia posts the biggest decline, standing more than 3% in the red.
    Euro/Pound is the top performer in monthly terms, as it's up by 5.45%, and Pound/Swiss Franc is the most bearish instrument with a decline of 6.13%.
    I'm Kiays Khalil and these were the Movers and Shakers for Monday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Jun 09, 15:36
    Last trading day of this week has been rocky on the FX markets, so stay with us to find out what’s moving and shaking.
    Canada/Yen is the mover of the day with a solid gain of 1.36% and the pair shot up particularly sharply after noon GMT.
    Strong Canadian employment change number has sent the Loonie Dollar sharply up and it’s the most bullish of the 8 majors.
    Then there’s a batch of majors that trade in an extremely narrow range and Sterling is one of them. Hung UK election brought a sharp slide for the Pound, but it has somewhat recovered.
    Australian home loans dropped by almost 2% and Ozzy Dollar is close to level with the Greenback, New Zealand Dollar and the Single currency.
    German trade surplus was reported slipping.
    Swiss Franc is up only from the Japanese Yen, which is the most bearish major as Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said “there is still a long way to go until the price stability target of 2% is achieved”.
    Weekly bulls top is led by Australia/Swissie and the pair stands 1.89% in the green. Sterling/Australia has depreciated the most and it’s the only pair that’s down by more than 2%.
    Euro/Sterling has had a bullish month and gain measures at 4.6%. Sterling/Swissie is the top decliner and it’s 5.34% in the red.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s it for Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Enjoy your weekend and tune in on Monday for more on the FX Markets. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Jun 08, 16:16
    Let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT following ECB’s monetary policy announcement.
    Euro/New Zealand has been trending lower and decline puts the pair point 73% in the red, which is the day’s top move.
    Commodity currency trio is having a bullish day and Kiwi Dollar tops the table, trading point 37% up from the Loonie Dollar as Canadian housing starts disappointed, but new house price index increased more than expected.
    Australian trade surplus plummeted and Ozzy Dollar is close to level with the Greenback. US jobless claims were reported slightly higher than anticipated.
    Final Japanese GDP growth was revised lower and Japanese Yen is even with the Sterling, which is under pressure as UK elections are underway.
    The notoriously low Swiss unemployment rate stood unchanged at 3.2% and Swissie trades level with the Euro, at the bottom of the table.
    The ECB left monetary policy unchanged, while lowering inflation forecast and sending the Euro South.
    Past week has been bullish for a number of pairs as the whole top 5 shows gains that are close to the 2% mark. Euro/Australia is the top decliner over the same term and it’s the only pair that has lost more than 2%.
    New Zealand/Greenback has had a bullish month and the pair has shot up by 4.15%. Sterling/New Zealand is the top decliner with a similar drop.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s how the 8 majors line up so far. Click back tomorrow for this week’s last report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Jun 07, 15:59
    Ozzy Dollar is the top performer on this Wednesday, so stay with us to find out more with these Dukascopy Movers and Shakers.
    The day’s top move is a gain of close to 1% and it’s posted by Australia/Canada. The pair shot up early in the session and then once again after noon.
    Australian GDP report surprised on upside with growth of point 3% and Australian Dollar stands on top of the table.
    UK Halifax House Price Index showed a strong gain and Sterling is mostly higher and it’s trailed closely by New Zealand Dollar.
    Japanese Yen is point 19% up from the Greenback.
    German factory orders dropped and Bloomberg reports the ECB is preparing to lower inflation outlook at this week’s meeting, sending Single currency lower.
    Swiss Franc is up only from the Canadian Dollar, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table as Canadian building permits disappointed.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Australia/Greenback and the pair has appreciated by 1.53%. Euro/Australia is the top decliner and it’s 1.34% in the red.
    New Zealand/Greenback has gained the most ground over a month and it’s the only pair that’s up by more than 4%. Sterling/New Zealand shows the biggest drop and it’s down by 3.78%.
    I’m Jack Everitt and these were the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. Tune in tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Jun 06, 15:40
    Dukascopy Forex TV team is back with the FX Movers and Shakers for Tuesday, 6th of June.
    Sterling has been on a steady slide against the New Zealand Dollar and the pair has lost more than 1%, which is the day’s top move.
    New Zealand commodity prices report showed a rise of 3.2% and Kiwi Dollar takes the top spot on the advancers and decliners table and it’s just slightly up from the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    The RBA left interest rates on hold and Australian Dollar is point 18% up from the Swiss Franc.
    Euro Zone sentix investor confidence improved, but retail sales grew only a fraction and Euro is a fraction up from a couple of North American majors.
    Canadian Ivey PMI plummeted to 53.8 and Loonie Dollar is almost even with the Greenback.
    UK Sterling wraps up the table and it’s under pressure as UK snap elections approach.
    Weekly bulls table shows a couple of pairs that have gained close to 2% and both of them are Kiwi Dollar pairs. Canada/Yen has depreciated the most, standing 1.68% in the red.
    New Zealand/Greenback leads the monthly bulls table and it’s the only pair that has shot up by more than 4%. Sterling/New Zealand is the top decliner with a loss of close to 4%.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers. Do click back for Wednesday’s report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Mon, Jun 05, 15:42
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT on this Services PMI Monday.
    Euro/Australia has been on a steady slide and it has resulted in a loss of close to 1%, which is the day’s top move.
    US stocks have recovered after the initial decline and Australian Dollar tops the advancers and decliners table as China Services PMI increased.
    UK Services PMI showed a drop to 53.8, but Sterling is up against most of the rivals.
    Canadian and New Zealand Dollars trade level and both of the commodity currencies and followed closely by the safe-haven Japanese Yen, which is in turn even with the Buck as US ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI declined.
    It’s a market holiday in Switzerland and Swissie is up on only from the Single currency, which wraps up the table, despite an upward revision of the final Euro Zone Services PMI.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by New Zealand/Canada and the pair has gained 1.66%. Canada/Swissie is the top decliner and it’s 1.21% in the red.
    New Zealand/Greenback shows the top rise over a month and it’s up by 3.39%. Australia/New Zealand and Sterling/New Zealand are on top of the bears section with a slide of slightly more than 3%.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Monday’s Movers and Shakers. Do click back tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Fri, Jun 02, 15:42
    As the trading week comes closer to an end, it's time for the Movers and Shakers. Here’s a look at how the 8 major currencies stack up at 3 o’clock.
    Sterling/New Zealand has been moving sharply lower and the pair has lost 1.13%, which is the day’s top move.
    US stock indexes have opened in the green and Kiwi Dollar leads the advancers and decliners table.
    Japanese consumer confidence improved and Yen is mostly higher, trading point 12% up from the Australian Dollar.
    Swissie is point 17% up from the Single currency as Euro Zone PPI stalled on monthly terms.
    US non-farm employment change disappointed and Greenback is near the bottom of the table, trading almost even with the Loonie Dollar as Canadian trade deficit narrowed down, but less than expected.
    UK Construction PMI jumped to 56, but Sterling is the most bearish major on the table.
    Moving on to longer term charts, New Zealand/Canada shows the top rise over a week, standing 1.79% in the green. Australia/New Zealand is the top decliner with a slide of 1.58%.
    Monthly bulls table is led by Euro/Australia and the pair has appreciated by close to 4%. Australia/New Zealand shows the top slide and it’s 3.69% in the red.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s it for Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Check back in after the weekend for the next report. But for now, goodbye.
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    Thu, Jun 01, 15:41
    Economic calendar has been busy on the first trading day of June, so let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX markets at 3 PM GMT.
    Sterling/Australia declined after the early rise, but another surge puts the pair point 86% in the green, which is the day’s biggest move.
    UK nationwide house price index and Manufacturing PMI both declined, but Sterling leads the advancers and decliners table.
    US ADP non-farm employment change was strong at 253 thousand and Greenback is having a bullish day, trading almost even with the neighboring Loonie Dollar.
    There were no revisions to final Euro Zone manufacturing PMI and Single currency is just slightly up from the Swissie.
    Swiss data brought a batch of bad news – GDP, retail sales and manufacturing PMI all showed weak numbers.
    Kiwi Dollar is mostly lower and point 3% up from the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    Australian retail sales surprised on upside with a monthly rise of 1%, but Ozzy Dollar wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/Australia and the pair stands 1.31% in the green. Australia/Yen has depreciated the most over the same term and it’s 1.63% in the red.
    Euro/Australia is on top of the monthly bulls chart with a gain that measures at close to 5%. 4.21% is the biggest decline and it’s posted by Australia/Swissie.
    I’m Jack Everitt 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, May 31, 15:48
    Let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX markets at 3 PM GMT on the last trading day of May.
    Australia/Swissie has been heading lower during most of the session and slide puts the pair down by almost 1%, which is the day’s top move.
    Swiss UBS consumption indicator rose from the downwardly revised level of 1.44 and Swiss Franc is on top of the table, standing close to level with the UK Sterling.
    Euro Zone inflation slowed down more than expected, but Single currency trades up against most of the rivals.
    Japanese housing starts index returned to positive territory in annual terms and Yen is slightly up from the Kiwi Dollar as New Zealand business confidence improved.
    US pending home sales and Chicago PMI both disappointed and Greenback is up only from a couple of commodity currencies as US stocks dropped.
    Australian Dollar is up only form the Canadian Dollar, which wraps up the list, despite a stronger than expected Canadian GDP report.
    Let’s find out what are the top moves over longer terms. New Zealand/Canada has had a bullish week and the pair has gained 1.59%. Sterling/New Zealand and Sterling/Yen both are 1.87% in the negative territory.
    Euro/Australia is the only pair that has gained more than 4% over a month Australia/New Zealand is the most bearish pair and it’s almost 4% in the red.
    I’m Jack Everitt and this wraps up Movers and shakers for Wednesday. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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