Here’s what’s moving and shaking at 3 o`clock on this week’s first trading day on the FX Markets. New Zealand/Yen has shot up by almost 80 pips to post the day’s biggest move, which is a gain of 1%. US stocks have jumped as Irma threats are fading and a couple of commodity currencies are having a bullish session. New Zealand Dollar tops the table, trading point 3% up from the Loonie Dollar... Еще. Canadian housing starts were reported stronger than expected. Greenback has regained some of the recently lost ground and it’s almost level with the Australian Dollar. UK Parliament is set to vote on a key EU withdrawal bill and Sterling is point 18% up from the Single currency. Swiss Franc fell, just like the Japanese Yen, which is currently at the bottom of the table as safe-haven flows weakened. Past week has been bullish for the Cable — the pair has gained a total of 1.76% to top the advancers section. Dollar/Canada has depreciated the most, standing close to 2% in the red. Canada/Yen has gained the most ground over the past month and the pair is up by 3.54%. New Zealand/Canada is the top decliner with an impressive slide of more than 5%. I’m Jessica Walker and that’s it for Monday’s Movers and Shakers. We`ll be back tomorrow with the next report, but for now, goodbye.