It’s 3 PM GMT on the first trading day of August and time for the Dukascopy FX Movers and Shakers. Currencies are mostly trading in relatively narrow ranges and New Zealand/Yen is the top mover with a decline of less than a half a percent. Dow average index is approaching the 22k level for the first time and four majors trade in a close range at the top of the table. Japanese Yen is the most... Еще bullish major, followed closely by the Sterling. UK Nationwide House Price Index and Manufacturing PMI both were positive. It’s a bank holiday in Switzerland and Swissie is trailed closely by the Loonie Dollar, which is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies. US Personal income stalled and ISM Manufacturing PMI declined, putting downward pressure on the Greenback. Finalized Euro Zone Manufacturing PMI was revised lower, but Flash GDP showed growth of point 6%, in line with expectations and Euro is up only from the antipodes. The RBA left rates unchanged and Ozzy Dollar is trailed closely by the Kiwi Dollar ahead of the high importance New Zealand employment report. Past week has been bullish for the Sterling/Swissie and the pair has gained 3.66%. 2.62% is the top decline and it’s posted by Swissie/Yen. Australia/Swissie takes the top spot on the monthly bulls chart with a gain of 5.3%. Dollar/Canada is the top decliner and it’s more than 4% in the red. I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s all for Tuesday’s Movers and Shakers, but do click back tomorrow when the next report will be available. Goodbye.