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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
    Fri, Feb 12, 16:00
    Let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets on the last trading day of this volatile week.
    We start with the day’s biggest move and it’s a decline of 1.24%, posted by Kiwi Dollar against the Buck. The rate moved particularly sharply South after noon GMT.
    Wall Street has rebounded and Buck tops the advancers and decliners table as US retail sales surprised slightly on the upside.
    Loonie Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies on the table.
    UK construction output grew, but less than estimated and Sterling is just point 12% South of the Buck.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen is point 12% up from the Swiss Franc, which is close to level with the Single currency as Preliminary Euro Zone and German GDP reports were in line with expectations.
    Antipodes are at the bottom of the table – Australian Dollar trades a considerable point 56% up from the Kiwi Dollar, which wraps up the list.
    So, how do these 8 majors line up over longer terms. Euro/Canada has gained the most over a week and it’s up by 1.81%. Canada/Yen has dropped by more than 4% over the same term.
    Euro/Dollar tops the monthly bulls chart with an increase of 3.66%. Dollar/Yen is the most bearish pair and it’s 4.45% in the red.
    I’m Monica Gibson and that’s it for Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Have a nice weekend and click back on Monday for more on the FX Markets. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Feb 11, 15:31
    Markets remain volatile, so let’s see what’s moving and shaking among the 8 major currencies on this Thursday.
    The day’s biggest move is a decline of 1.35% and it’s posted by Sterling/Yen. Daily low was hit shortly after 8 o’clock and the rate has since recovered some of the loss.
    Global stocks are getting hammered and a safe-haven Japanese Yen leads the advancers and decliners table, while Japan enjoys a bank holiday.
    Single currency trades up against most of the rivals.
    US jobless claims report surprised on the upside and Buck is level with the Kiwi Dollar, which is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies on the table.
    Swiss inflation slipped more than expected and Swissie is at an even level with the Australian Dollar.
    Canadian new home price index rose, but less than expected and Loonie Dollar is up only from the Sterling.
    UK house price survey balance stood steady at 49% and Sterling is currently the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Moving on to longer terms, Euro/Canada shows the biggest rise over a week and it’s 3.57% in the green. Canada/Yen leads the bearish chart with a slide that exceeds 6%.
    Euro/Dollar has had a bullish month and the pair is up by a total of 4.42%. Dollar/Yen has meanwhile lost more than 4 and a half percent.
    I’m Louise McCauley and you’ve been watching the Dukascopy Movers and Shakers. We’ll be back tomorrow with this week’s last overview, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Feb 10, 16:00
    It's time once again for the Movers and Shakers where we take a look at how the 8 major currencies line up at 3 PM GMT.
    Most of the day has been relatively calm for the Euro/Yen, but a couple of slides have resulted in a loss of point 87%, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen has warned financial conditions have become less supportive for growth and a safe-haven Japanese Yen tops the table.
    Australian new home sales rebounded by 6% and Ozzy Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies.
    Sterling trades mostly higher, despite disappointing UK industrial and manufacturing production data.
    It’s followed closely by the New Zealand Dollar, which is almost level with the Buck.
    Swiss Franc is having a generally bearish day and so is the Loonie Dollar as oil hovers slightly above the 30 level.
    French and Italian industrial production data was weaker than expected and Single currency wraps up the advancers and decliners chart.
    Euro/Sterling takes the top spot on the weekly bulls chart and it’s 2.46% in the green. Sterling/Swissie has depreciated the most and it’s down by close to 4%.
    Monthly advancers table is led by Euro/Sterling, which is up by 3.51%. Sterling/Yen is the top decliner and it’s 2.77% in the negative territory.
    I’m Sam Meredith and you've been watching the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. Check back in tomorrow for the next report. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Feb 09, 16:15
    Global stocks remain under pressure, so let’s see how the 8 major currencies line up at 3 PM GMT.
    Australia/Swissie is the mover of the day with a slide that measures at 1.63%, despite a late rebound.
    Sliding stocks are sending investors towards safe-havens and Swiss Franc tops the advancers and decliners table as Swiss jobless rate stood steady at 3.4%.
    German industrial production declined, but Single currency is mostly higher.
    Canadian Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies on the table and it’s close to level with the safe-haven Japanese Yen and point 44% up from the New Zealand Dollar.
    Greenback is having a generally bearish day and it’s point 24% up from the Sterling, despite positive UK retail sales and trade stats.
    Australian business confidence stood unchanged at 2 and Ozzy Dollar is the most bearish major on the table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/Australia and the pair has shot up by a massive 5.54%. Australia/Yen shows the top slide and it’s down by a considerable 7.16%.
    Euro/Sterling has gained the most ground over a month and it’s 6.8% in the green. Sterling/Swissie has declined by more than 5% and it’s the most bearish pair.
    I’m Monica Gibson and you’ve been watching the Dukascopy Movers and Shakers. Join us again for Wednesday’s report, but for now goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Feb 08, 15:34
    You're watching this week's first edition of the Movers and Shakers report. Here's how the eight non-cross majors line up.
    Sterling/Yen was moving gradually higher for hours, but a following plunge has taken the rate 1.53% in the red, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Global stocks are on a slide and a safe-haven Japanese Yen tops the advancers and decliners table on this Monday.
    Swiss Franc trades up against most of the rivals and it’s close to level with the US Dollar.
    Euro Zone Sentix investor confidence declined more than expected and Single currency is followed closely by the antipodes.
    New Zealand Dollar is just a fraction up from the neighboring Australian Dollar and Loonie Dollar is the most bearish of the three commodity majors, despite a double digit rebound in Canadian building permits.
    UK Sterling wraps up the advancers and decliners table as the most bearish major.
    So, where do these 8 majors stand in longer terms. Euro/Australia leads the weekly bulls chart and it’s up by 2.83%. Australia/Yen is the top decliner with a massive slide of 4.59%.
    Euro/Sterling has gained the most ground over a month and it’s up by more than 5%. Sterling/Yen leads the bearish section and it’s 3.45% in the red.
    I’m Sam Meredith and that's all for now, but check back in tomorrow for the next report. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Feb 05, 16:00
    US jobless rate was reported declining below the 5% level in January, so let’s see where the 8 major currencies stand at 3 PM GMT.
    Kiwi Dollar dropped against the Buck hours into the trading day and the pair stands 1.33% in the red, which is the day’s biggest move.
    US employment data was mixed, but the positive factor was a decline in unemployment rate and Buck tops the advancers and decliners table.
    Swiss Franc trades mostly higher and it’s followed closely by the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    German Factory Orders release disappointed and Euro is almost level with the UK Sterling.
    Canadian unemployment figures were weaker than expected, but trade deficit narrowed down sharply and Loonie Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity majors.
    Antipodes trade in a close range at the bottom of the table.
    Reserve Bank of Australia left monetary policy unchanged and Ozzy Dollar is just slightly up from the neighboring New Zealand Dollar.
    So, where do these 8 majors stand in longer terms. Euro/Dollar has gained the most over a week and this pair stands close to 3% in the green. Dollar/Yen is the top decliner and it’s 3.73% in the red.
    Euro/Sterling tops the monthly bulls chart and the pair has appreciated by almost 5%. Sterling/Canada leads the bearish section with a slide of slightly more than 3%.
    I’m Jessica Walker and this wraps up the Movers and Shakers for Friday. Have a nice weekend and click back on Monday for more.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Feb 04, 15:45
    Volatile trading continues on the FX Markets, so let’s find out what’s moving and shaking at 3 PM GMT on this Thursday.
    Kiwi Dollar has surged against the Buck by more than 1% or 76.3 pips. The rate started moving steeply higher after 8 o’clock in the morning.
    Commodity currency trio leads the advancers and decliners table. New Zealand Dollar is on top of the list, followed closely by the neighboring Ozzy Dollar as Australian Quarterly business confidence rose.
    Oil has moved above the 35 level and Loonie Dollar is mostly higher.
    Japanese Yen trades in a close range with the Swissie.
    Swiss consumer climate index rose, but it remains well in the negative territory and Swissie is just slightly North of the Euro.
    The Bank of England left monetary policy unchanged earlier in the day and Sterling is up only from the Buck, which continues dropping as Jobless claims increased.
    Moving on to longer term performance charts, New Zealand/Dollar tops the weekly bulls list with an impressive rise of 3.79%. Dollar/Canada is the most bearish pair and it’s 2.53% in the red.
    Euro/Sterling has appreciated the most over a month and it’s up by 4.69%. Sterling/Canada leads the decliners section and it’s down by 2.52%.
    I’m Sam Meredith and you’ve been watching the Dukascopy Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Click back tomorrow for this week’s last report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Feb 03, 15:44
    Let's see what has been moving and shaking on the currency markets this Wednesday.
    New Zealand/Dollar is the Mover of the Day, having gained no less than 1.93%. The pair was trending higher for pretty much most of the day.
    The latest New Zealand Labour Report came in much better than anticipated, and Kiwi is the most bullish of the 8 majors, by a notable margin.
    Oil prices have rebounded from their two-day drop, and Loonie Dollar is point 37% up from another commodity currency, namely, the Aussie.
    Pound found some support as UK Services PMI inched higher, and it's point 26% North from Yen.
    Euro Zone Services PMI came in line with expectations, and the Common Currency is trading almost level with Swissie.
    And the Greenback is the most bearish major as economists anticipate tomorrow's labor report will show a decline.
    As to the long-term charts, New Zealand/Yen has gained most over a week, and it's up by 2.39%, while Dollar/Canada is the most bearish pair with a decline of 1.58%.
    Euro/Australia tops the monthly bulls chart, standing 2.62% in the green. On the other hand, New Zealand/Canada has lost more than 2% over the same period, which is the biggest decline.
    This was Jessica Walker with Wednesday's Movers and Shakers. We'll be back tomorrow to cover the latest developments in the currency markets, but for now, it's goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Feb 02, 16:04
    Start of the trading session is red on Wall Street, so let’s see where the 8 major currencies stand at 3 PM GMT.
    New Zealand/Yen is the mover of the day and the pair has lost 1.46% as it moved sharply down.
    Safe-haven Japanese Yen leads the advancers and decliners table, followed closely by the Euro as German and Euro Zone unemployment data was positive.
    Swissie is point 18% South of the Euro as Swiss retail sales remained well in the red and the head of Swiss National Bank reminded the local currency is significantly overvalued.
    Greenback stands point 12% up from the Sterling, which came under pressure as UK Construction PMI declined.
    Commodity currency trio is having a bearish day and they are at the bottom of the table.
    Canadian Dollar is followed closely by the Ozzy Dollar. The RBA left monetary policy unchanged earlier in the day.
    Kiwi Dollar is the currently the most bearish major ahead of the key New Zealand employment data out later.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/Yen and this pair has gained 2.84%. New Zealand/Canada is the top decliner with a loss of slightly more than 1%.
    Euro/New Zealand shows the biggest rise over a month and it’s up by 5.83%. New Zealand/Yen has dropped the most, standing 5.45% in the red.
    I’m Jessica Walker and this wraps up Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. We’ll be back tomorrow with the next overview, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Mon, Feb 01, 15:53
    Wall Street has opened in the red, so let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets.
    This day has been bearish for the Canada/Swissie and the pair has dropped by a total 1.22% or almost 90 pips.
    Swiss Manufacturing PMI declined to 50, but Swissie is on top of the advancers and decliners table, followed closely by the Single currency as Finalized Euro Zone Manufacturing PMI was reported standing unchanged at 52.3.
    UK Manufacturing PMI surprised on the upside and Sterling is having a generally bullish day.
    Japanese Yen is followed by the Kiwi Dollar and it’s only slightly up from the neighboring Ozzy Dollar as Chinese Manufacturing PMI was weak.
    US personal income was flat and Buck is up only from the Loonie Dollar, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table.
    Let’s take a look at longer term performance charts. Canada/Yen has appreciated the most over a week and the pair is up by 3.41%.New Zealand/Canada leads the bearish section with a slide of 1.43%.
    Euro/New Zealand tops the monthly advancers table with an increase of more than 5%. New Zealand/Dollar shows a similar decline and it’s the most bearish pair.
    I’m Sam Meredith and these were the Movers and Shakers for Monday. Check back tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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  • Movers and Shakers
    Movers and Shakers
    Fri, Jan 29, 15:00
    Economic growth in the US has slowed down in the fourth quarter, so let’s have a look at the performance of the 8 major currencies.
    New Zealand/Yen surged sharply during the early trading hours and the pair is up by a massive 2.59%, which is the day’s biggest move.
    It’s a bullish day for the commodity currency trio and New Zealand Dollar tops the advancers and decliners table.
    Canadian GDP expanded in line with expectations and Loonie Dollar is followed closely by the Australian Dollar.
    Advance US GDP was slightly short of market consensus, showing slowdown in growth and Buck is point 67% up from the Sterling, despite an improvement in UK consumer confidence.
    German retail sales declined, but the bloc’s CPI advanced and Single currency stands a fraction up from the Swiss Franc.
    The Bank of Japan took a key interest rate into the negative territory, sending the Yen sharply lower and it’s the most bearish major at the moment.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Canada/Yen and the pair has gained 3.25%. Sterling/Canada has declined the most and the pair stands 1.44% in the red.
    Euro/New Zealand takes the top spot on the monthly bulls chart and the pair is up by close to 5%. New Zealand/Dollar leads the bearish section with a slide of slightly more than 5%.
    I’m Louise McCauley and that’s it for Friday’s Movers and Shakers. Enjoy your weekend and tune in on Monday for more on FX Markets. Goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Thu, Jan 28, 15:58
    Start of the trading day is positive for the US stocks, so let’s see how the 8 major currencies line up at 3 PM GMT.
    The day’s biggest move is an increase of 1.87% and it’s posted by Australia/Yen. There have been three steep rises, followed by hours of relatively flat rate movement at times.
    Antipodes lead the advancers and decliners table and Australian Dollar tops the chart.
    Kiwi Dollar is point 51% South from the neighboring Ozzy Dollar as New Zealand trade deficit narrowed down and RBNZ said further policy easing may be required.
    UK Gross Domestic Product grew in line with estimates and Sterling is just a fraction up from the Loonie Dollar.
    Single currency is close to level with the Swiss Franc.
    US durable goods dropped by more than 5%, but jobless surprised on the upside and Buck is up only from the Yen, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table ahead of a batch of data from Japan that will be released later.
    Let’s find out what are the performance trends over longer terms. Canada/Yen shows the biggest rise over a week and it’s 4 and a half percent in the green. Dollar/Canada takes the top spot on the bearish chart and it’s 2.75% in the red.
    Euro/New Zealand is up by 5.85% and that’s the biggest advance over a month. New Zealand/Yen has declined the most and it’s down by 6.77%.
    I’m Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Click back tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Wed, Jan 27, 15:41
    We have a couple of monetary policy announcements on the schedule this Wednesday, so let’s find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets.
    Most of the day has been bearish for the Sterling/Australia and the pair stands more than 1% in the red, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Australian inflation data was stronger than expected and Ozzy Dollar is the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Loonie Dollar trades up against most of the rivals and it’s less than one tenth of a percent up from the Single currency.
    Swiss UBS consumption indicator rose and Swissie is level with the Kiwi Dollar. The RBNZ rate statement is due later.
    Buck is near the bottom of the table ahead of the much anticipated FOMC announcement.
    Japanese Yen is up only from the UK Sterling, which is the most bearish major as the UK house price index rose, but less than estimated.
    Moving on to longer term charts, Canada/Yen takes the top spot on the weekly bulls chart and the pair has gained a solid 5.49%. Euro/Canada has depreciated the most and it’s 3.69% in the red.
    Euro/New Zealand shows the biggest rise over a month and the pair stands more than 4% in the green. New Zealand/Yen is the top decliner with a slide of 6.2%.
    I’m Sam Meredith and these were the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Goodbye for now.
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    Movers and Shakers
    Tue, Jan 26, 16:00
    Here’s what’s been moving and shaking on the FX markets so far on Tuesday, 26th of January.
    Canada/Swissie was flat for hours, but it rose sharply after 8 o’clock and the pair stands 1.58% in the green, which is the day’s biggest move.
    The US stock indexes opened higher initially and commodity currency trio leads the advancers and decliners table.
    Canadian Dollar is the most bullish major, followed by Australian and New Zealand Dollars.
    Mark Carney spoke earlier in the day and Sterling is point 29% up from the Buck ahead of tomorrow’s FOMC monetary statement as US home prices and consumer confidence both rose.
    Euro trades mostly lower and it’s close to level with the safe-haven Japanese Yen.
    Swiss trade surplus narrowed down sharply and Swissie is currently the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Canada/Swissie and the pair has shot up by more than 4%. Euro/Canada is the most bearish pair and it has lost 3.25%.
    Euro/Sterling shows the biggest rise over a month and it’s followed closely by the Euro/New Zealand. Sterling/Yen is the top decliner and it’s 6.11% in the red.
    I’m Jessica Walker 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, Jan 25, 15:45
    The US stock indexes opened down on this Monday, so let’s have a look at what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets.
    Euro/Canada is the mover of the day with an increase of point 8%. The rate moved sharply up for about an hour and a half after 6 o’clock in the morning and it has been relatively flat afterwards.
    German IFO business climate index declined, but Single currency leads the advancers and decliners table, standing only a fraction up from the Swiss Franc.
    Kiwi Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity majors on the table.
    Japanese trade surplus rose slower than expected and Yen stands in a close range with a number of majors.
    UK CBI industrial orders expectations fell and Single currency is followed closely by the US Dollar.
    Australian business confidence slipped and Ozzy Dollar is up only from the Canadian Dollar, which is at the bottom of the advancers and decliners table.
    Moving on to longer term charts, Canada/Swissie shows the biggest rise over a week and it’s more than 3% in the green. Euro/Canada has declined the most and it’s 2.82% in the red.
    Euro/New Zealand tops the monthly bulls list and the pair is up by close to 4%. New Zealand/Yen is the top decliner with a slide of 6.41%.
    I’m Sam Meredith and you’ve been watching the Movers and Shakers for Monday. We`ll be back with the next overview tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.
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    Fri, Jan 22, 15:45
    Another volatile week is almost over, so let’s see how the 8 majors line up at 3 PM GMT.
    Canada/Swissie is the mover of the day and the pair has gained 1.42% as it surged during most of the day.
    Canadian data was mixed, but Loonie Dollar leads the advancers and decliners table.
    UK retail sales disappointed, but public borrowing data was better than expected and Sterling is just a fraction South from the top advancer.
    Australian Dollar is mostly higher and it’s point 31% up from the Greenback.
    Flash Japanese Manufacturing PMI declined slightly and Yen is followed closely by the Single currency as Flash Euro Zone PMI data was soft.
    Kiwi Dollar is just slightly up from the Swissie, which is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by Canada/Swissie and the pair has gained 3.47%. Euro/Canada is the most bearish pair and it’s slightly more than 3% in the red.
    Euro/New Zealand shows the biggest rise over a month and it’s up by 3.32%. New Zealand/Yen tops the bearish section with a slide of more than 6%.
    I’m Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Friday. Have a nice weekend and join us again on Monday for more on FX Markets. Goodbye.
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    Thu, Jan 21, 15:49
    Find out how the 8 major currencies have performed so far on Thursday by watching the Dukascopy Movers and Shakers.
    Sterling/Canada’s early hours were calm, but a following slide has resulted in a loss of 1% and that’s the day’s biggest move.
    The Bank of Canada left interest rates unchanged yesterday, sending Loonie Dollar higher and it’s the most bullish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Markets are looking for safety as global turmoil persists and Japanese Yen is up against most of the rivals.
    Philly Fed survey improved, but jobless claims surprised on downside and Buck is point 19% down from the Yen.
    Australian new home sales dropped and Ozzy Dollar is a fraction up from the Kiwi Dollar.
    Swiss Franc is level with the Single currency, which came under pressure as Mario Draghi gave a dovish speech.
    UK house price balance rose slightly, but Sterling is the most bearish of the 8 majors on the table.
    Weekly bulls chart is led by New Zealand/Swissie and the pair has gained 1.33%. Sterling/Yen is the most bearish pair and it’s 2.54% in the red.
    Euro/New Zealand takes the top spot on the monthly bulls chart with an increase of more than 4%. New Zealand/Yen shows the biggest slide over the same term and it’s a massive 8.42% in the red.
    I’m Sam Meredith and this brings Thursday’s Movers and Shakers to an end. Check back tomorrow when this week’s last report will be available. Goodbye.
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    Wed, Jan 20, 15:37
    Dow Jones has opened more than 200 points lower, so let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets.
    Australia/Yen plummeted up to approximately 9 o’clock and the pair is still 1.33% in the red after rising from the daily low and that’s the day’s biggest move.
    Turmoil continues in the markets and a safe-haven Japanese Yen tops the advancers and decliners table.
    Swiss ZEW economic expectations dropped into the red and Swiss Franc is up against most of the rivals.
    UK employment data was positive and Sterling is point 22% up from the Greenback as US CPI was reported softer than estimated.
    ECB monetary policy announcement is due tomorrow and Single currency is just slightly South of the Buck.
    Commodity currency trio is at the bottom of the table and New Zealand Dollar is the most bullish one of them.
    Canadian manufacturing and wholesale sales both surged, but Loonie Dollar is up only from the Ozzy Dollar, which is the most bearish major as Australian consumer sentiment dropped by 3 and a half percent.
    So let’s see where the 8 majors stand in longer terms. Euro/Canada leads the weekly advancers table with an increase of 3.56%. Canada/Yen has declined the most and it’s close to 4% in the red.
    Euro/New Zealand is on top of the gainers chart and it’s the only pair that has appreciated by more than 6%. New Zealand/Yen leads the bearish section with a massive slide of 9.07%.
    I’m Sam Meredith and you’ve been watching the Movers and Shakers for Wednesday. Tune in for the next overview, but for now, goodbye.
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    Tue, Jan 19, 16:13
    Here’s another edition of the Movers and Shakers. Let's see how the 8 major currencies line up at 3 PM this Tuesday.
    Sterling/Australia has been moving sharply lower and the pair has lost more than 1% or 225.1 pips, which is the day’s biggest move.
    Major US stock indexes have opened in the green and antipodes lead the advancers and decliners table.
    Australian Dollar saw a brief setback as China’s economy growth slowed down last year, but it’s currently on top of the table, trading point 17% up from the Kiwi Dollar.
    Swiss Franc is followed by the Single currency as German ZEW economic sentiment rose, but the bloc’s reading declined.
    Loonie Dollar is the most bearish of the three commodity majors on the table.
    Greenback is near the bottom of the table after a three day long weekend in the US.
    Japanese Yen is up only from the UK Sterling, which wraps up the advancers and decliners table. UK CPI was stronger than expected, but the Bank of England Governor Mark Carney sent the Sterling lower as he pushed rate hike expectations further.
    Moving on to longer terms, Euro/Canada tops the weekly bulls chart with an increase of 2.7%. Canada/Yen leads the bearish section with a slide of 2.86%.
    Dollar/Canada has gained the most ground over a month and the pair is up by 5.23%. Sterling/Yen is the most bearish pair and it’s 8.43% in the red.
    I’m Sam Meredith and that's all for Tuesday's Movers and Shakers. We'll be back tomorrow with the next report, so see you then.
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    Mon, Jan 18, 16:10
    Find out what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets on this Monday.
    The day’s biggest move is a rise of point 7% and it’s posted by Canada/Yen. The rate has moved up in a couple of waves, giving up some gains after noon.
    Economic calendar is light on this week’s first trading day and commodity currency trio is on top of the table.
    Canadian Dollar is the most bullish major, trading a fraction up from the Ozzy Dollar as Australian new motor vehicle sales declined, but inflation gauge rose.
    New Zealand Dollar is point 12% South of the neighboring Australian Dollar.
    Rightmove UK house price index rose by a half a percent and Sterling is close to level with the Buck as it’s a market holiday in the US.
    Euro is followed closely by the Swiss Franc, which is up only from the Yen. Japanese industrial production and tertiary industry activity both were reported declining.
    Moving on to longer terms, Euro/Canada tops the weekly bulls chart with a rise of slightly more than 3%. Canada/Yen has depreciated the most and it’s 3.43% in the red.
    Dollar/Canada shows the biggest rise over a month and it’s up by 5.37%. Canada/Yen is the top decliner and it’s 8.59% in the red.
    I’m Jessica Walker and that’s it for Monday’s Movers and Shakers, but make sure you click back for the next report tomorrow. Goodbye.
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