It's 3 PM GMT, and it's time to look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets. New Zealand/Swiss Franc is the mover of the day, having gained more than 1%. The pair started moving higher after 7 o'clock in the morning. Commodity currencies are in demand, and Kiwi is the most bearish of them, point 31% up from the neighbouring Aussie. Pound gained some support as one policy... Еще maker spoke in favour of a more hawkish approach, and it is point 29% up from the Greenback, which, in turn, lost some ground as Janet Yellen struck a dovish tone. A few currencies trade within a narrow range of each other; Loonie is just a fraction up from the safe haven Yen which, in turn, is almost level with the Common Currency. And the increased risk appetite means less demand for safe havens, which leaves Swissie at the bottom of the advancers and decliners table. As to the long-term charts, Australia/Swiss Franc is the top performer in weekly terms, having gained 2.31%, while Pound/Australia has lost more than 2%, which makes it the most bearish instrument. Canada/Yen has gained most over a month, standing 6.84% in the green, and Dollar/Canada posts the biggest decline, namely, 3.5%. I'm Kiays Khalil and these were the Movers and Shakers for Thursday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview.