It's 3 PM GMT on this Tuesday, so let's look back at what's been moving and shaking in the currency markets. New Zealand/Swiss Pound is the mover of the day, having gained point 71%. The pair waa trending higher for most of the day, posting especially strong growth after 9 o'clock. Antipodes are on the rise, and Kiwi is the most bullish major, undeterred by a slight easing in consumer sentiment... Еще data. It's point 27% up from the neighbouring Aussie. German ZEW Economic Sentiment rebounded strongly in September, and the Common Curency is up against most rivals, although it's followed closely by the Yen. There has been some good data from the United States, in particular, building permits were up, and the Buck is trading a fraction higher than the neighbouring Loonie which, in turn, stands level with Sterling. The Pound took a break from its week-long rally as Governor Mark Carney sounded less hawkish than anticipated, and it's trailed closely by the Swissie. Pound, however, is still going strong on the long-term charts, as Pound/Yen is the most bullish pair in weekly terms with a gain of 5.69%. Euro/Pound has lost 2.68% over the same period, making it the most bearish instrument. And Pound/Yen also tops the monthly bulls chart, although with a slightly smaller gain, and Dollar/Canada is the most bearish pair, having lost 3.26%. I'm Jessica Walker and these were the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday, but tomorrow's the Fed meeting day and that should shake things up, so see you tomorrow.