It's the end of the trading week, so let's find out what's moving and shaking on the FX markets. Sterling/Yen has had an extremely bullish session and the pair has shot up by a massive 2.4% to post the day’s biggest move. The Bank of England signaled yesterday interest rates could be increased in coming months and Sterling is having a bullish run. Kiwi Dollar is mostly higher and it’s a lot... Еще stronger than the other two commodity currencies on the table. Euro Zone trade surplus narrowed down sharply and Single currency is point 3% up from the Swiss Franc. Australian Dollar is almost level with the Buck as US retail sales showed a disappointing picture. Loonie Dollar is near the bottom of the table and quite a bit of from the most bearish major. North Korea has fired yet another missile over Japan and Yen has taken a hit. Sterling/Yen has been on a sharp rise over the past week and the surge has resulted in a massive gain of 5.86%. Euro/Sterling shows the top decline and the pair has lost 3.36%. Sterling/Yen is on top of the monthly bulls table as well and it’s 5.64% in the green. Dollar/Canada has declined the most and it’s 4.14% in the red. I'm Celeste Skinner and these were the Movers and Shakers for Friday. Tune in on Monday to see what's happening on the markets, but till then, goodbye.