These are the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday where we take a closer look at 8 major currencies over the last 15 hours. We start with the mover of the day, which is New Zealand/Dollar. The pair was moving lower for most of the day, losing a total of 1.19%. US Consumer Confidence eased in September, but that has not hurt the Greenback which is the most bullish major, up point 11% from the... Еще neighbouring Loonie. Moving point 24% lower we get to Yen. Sterling seems to be trying to restart its bullish run, trading mostly higher, and it's point 1% up from Swissie. The anticipated difficulties of forming a German government coalition are weighing on Euro, but it still is a fraction up from Aussie which, in turn, stands point 41% North of its fellow Antipode, the Kiwi. Moving on to the long-term charts, Dollar/Canada is the most bullish pair on the weekly chart with a gain of 1.64% while Euro/Dollar posts the biggest decline, namely, 1.5%. Pound/Yen tops the monthly bulls chart, standing more than 8% in the green, and Euro/Pound has lost 5% over the same period, which makes it the most bearish instrument. I'm Jack Everitt and these were the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. Check back in tomorrow for the next overview.