US data run has been the key focus on this week’s last trading day, so let’s assess the impact. Sterling has jumped against the Greenback hours into the session and the pair has gained point 97%, which is the day’s top move. US Stock indexes have turned green and UK Sterling takes the top spot, followed closely by the Australian Dollar. Revised Japanese industrial production showed an upwardly... Еще revised decline and Yen is near the top of the table. Loonie Dollar is point 12% up from the Single currency as Euro Zone trade surplus rose, but not as much as anticipated. New Zealand Dollar stands only slightly North of the Swiss franc and both of the majors are mostly lower. US CPI was soft and retail sales disappointed, sending Greenback sharply lower as this all makes further tightening in monetary policy less likely. Weekly bulls table is led by Australia/Greenback and the pair is up by close to 3%. Euro/Australia is the top decline and it’s the only pair that’s down by more than 2%. Canada/Yen has had a bullish month and the pair has gained 7.24%. Dollar/Canada is the most bearish pair and it’s 3.87% in the red. I’m Celeste Skinner and this is how the 8 majors have performed so far on Friday. Have a great weekend and do click back for more. Goodbye.