This trading week is coming to an end, but, before we leave for the weekend, let's recap what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets this Friday. New Zealand/Dollar is the mover of the day with a loss of more than 1%. The pair was trending lower for most of the day. There has been very limited movement in the Euro/Dollar, and, in fact, both currencies are at the top of the Advancers... Еще and Decliners table, with the Buck just a fraction up from the Common Currency. Traders are betting that the Bank of Japan will not expand its QE program any further, and Yen is trading slightly higher than the Swissie, which, in turn, is almost level with the Aussie. Moving point 46% lower, we get to the Loonie, which took a hit as Canadian inflation data came in weaker than anticipated. There have been renewed talks that the City of London may not keep its position in the financial world, and Sterling is down against most rivals, but it is point 1% up from the Kiwi, which is the most bearish major. And let's take a quick look at the weekly chart, where Australia/New Zealand is the most bullish pair with a gain of 2.22%. Pound/Australia tops the bearish chart with a decline of 2.92%. Euro/Pound has gained more than 2% over a month, and it is the biggest increase. Pound/Australia has lost 2.53% over the same period, which makes it the most bearish instrument. I'm Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Friday. We'll be back on Monday but until then, have a great weekend and goodbye.