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... Еще 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.