North Korea has rattled financial markets by firing a missile over Japan, so let’s see how this reflects on the 8 major currencies. Aussie/Yen posted most of gains after 7 AM and the pair has appreciated by point 62%, which is the day’s top move. Australian new home sales dropped for a second month in a row, but Ozzy is the most bullish currency on the table. Swiss Franc has gained ground on... Еще safe-haven flows and it trails the top advancer closely. German GfK Consumer climate was reported improving slightly and Single currency is mostly higher and almost level with the Kiwi Dollar. Canadian raw material and industrial product prices both plummeted and Loonie Dollar is the most bearish of the three commodity currencies. UK Nationwide House Price Index slipped and Sterling is close to even with the Greenback. US consumer confidence surprised on upside. Japanese Core CPI was reported accelerating, but Yen is the most bearish major on the table. Moving on to longer term performance charts, Euro/New Zealand tops the weekly bulls table with a gain of 2.94%. New Zealand/Swissie is the most bearish pair and it’s more than 2% in the red. Euro/New Zealand shows the top gain over the past month and it’s 5.58% in the green. New Zealand/Yen has depreciated the most and it’s almost 5% in the negative territory. I’m Celeste Skinner and these were the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Click back tomorrow, but for now, goodbye.