Economic calendar is busy on this Monday, so let’s see if news reports have shaken up the 8 major currencies. Moves aren’t particularly volatile and Euro/Canada shows the biggest one, which is a gain of point 6%. The pair started moving sharply higher just shortly before noon. Swiss Franc tops the table and it’s trailed closely by the Single currency as Euro Zone unemployment rate slipped and... Еще Core CPI advanced. Yen is up against most of the majors as Preliminary Japanese industrial production accelerated by 1.6% month on month. Sterling is just slightly North of the Greenback. US data has been mixed — Chicago PMI plummeted, but pending home sales were up by 1.5% month on month. Australian new home sales dropped and Ozzy Dollar is mostly lower, just like the other two commodity currencies ahead of the RBA statement, which is due tomorrow early in the session. New Zealand building consents slipped by 1% month on month, ANZ business confidence was down by more than 5 points and Kiwi Dollar is up only from the Loonie Dollar, which wraps up the table. Canadian Raw Materials and Industrial Product Price Indexes both disappointed. Past week has been bullish for a number of currency pairs and Sterling/Swissie is the leader with a surge of 3.41%. Swissie/Yen stands out as a clear top performer on the bearish section with a slide of 2.83%. Australia/Swissie tops the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 5.68% and Canada/Swissie shows a similar appreciation. Dollar/Canada is the only pair that has lost more than 4% over the past month. I’m Kiays Khalil and this brings Monday’s Movers and Shakers to an end. Click back tomorrow for the next report, but for now, goodbye.