Mario Draghi has spoken, so let’s see where the 8 majors trade at 3 PM GMT. Euro/Dollar shot up to break through the key 1 20 level and the pair stands point 68% in the green, which is the day’s top move. Mario Draghi voiced his concerns over recent Euro strength, but signaled a decision on QE might be made next month and Single currency takes the top spot on the table. Canadian building... Еще permits and Ivey PMI both dropped, but Loonie Dollar is having a bullish day and it’s slightly North of the safe-haven Japanese Yen. Halifax House Price Index jumped by 1.1% and Sterling is trailed closely by a number of majors, including Ozzy Dollar. Australian retail sales and trade balance both disappointed. Swiss Franc is mostly lower, just like the New Zealand Dollar. US jobless claims report was weak and Greenback sits at the bottom of the table. Moving on to longer term performance charts, Canada/Swissie shows the top gain over the past week and the pair is up by more than 2%. Dollar/Canada leads the bearish section with a slide of close to 3%. Euro/New Zealand has had a bullish month and the pair has gained 3.84%. New Zealand/Canada has depreciated the most and it’s 5.48% in the red. I’m Jack Everitt and you’ve been watching Thursday’s Movers and Shakers. Check back tomorrow for this week’s final report, but for now, goodbye.