Start of the trading week hasn’t brought any significant rate shifts, but let’s see where the 8 majors stand at 3 PM GMT. Euro/Yen rose after 7 AM and the pair has gained point 44%, which is the day’s top move. There were no revisions to final Euro Zone CPI and Single currency takes the top spot and it’s only a fraction up from the Swiss Franc. US NAHB housing market index disappointed, but... Еще Greenback is up against most of the rivals as the Fed monetary policy week begins. Loonie Dollar is almost level with the Ozzy Dollar as Australian new motor vehicle sales were flat. Rightmove UK House Price Index dropped by 1.2% and Sterling is near the bottom of the table. Kiwi Dollar is up only from the safe-haven Yen as there’s no trading Japan due to Respect for the Aged Day. Past week has been bullish for the Sterling/Yen and the pair has gained more than 6%. Euro/Sterling is the top decliner and it’s 3.26% in the red. Sterling/Yen leads the monthly bulls chart and it’s up by close to 6%. Dollar/Canada has depreciated the most and it’s almost 4% in the red. I’m Jessica Walker and that’s all for Monday’s Movers and Shakers. Check back for Tuesday’s overview, but for now, goodbye.