Let’s find out how the 8 major currencies line up on this Tuesday, which is the 25th of July. Australia/Yen started moving higher after 6 AM and the pair has gained point 58%, which is the day’s top move. Australian Dollar performs in sharp contrast with the other two commodity currencies and it’s the most bullish major, trading almost even with the Single currency, which was driven higher by... Еще Improving German IFO business climate. UK CBI industrial order expectations disappointed, but Sterling is up against most of the rivals. US consumer confidence surprised on upside and Greenback is point 13% up from the Swiss Franc. Canadian Dollar is mostly lower, just like the Kiwi Dollar ahead of upcoming New Zealand trade report. Safe-haven Japanese Yen sits at the bottom of the table. Weekly bulls chart is led by Euro/Sterling and Euro/Dollar has also gained more than 2%. Sterling/Swissie has depreciated the most and loss measures at 2.1%. Canada/Yen is on top of the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 6.17%. Dollar/Canada leads the decliners section with a slide of close to 6%. I’m Jessica Walker and this brings Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers to an end. Tune in tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.