It's 3 PM GMT this Tuesday, and it's time for the Movers and Shakers Report. Pound/Australia is the mover of the day, having lost 1.45%. The pair was trending lower for most of the session, but it saw especially strong drop after 11 o'clock. Aussie Dollar is up before the upcoming CPI release, and it's point 33% North from the neighbouring Kiwi. US Consumer Confidence deteriorated in October... Еще, but the Buck still stands a fraction up from the Loonie. German Ifo Business Confidence has risen to a 2-year high, and the Common Currency is point 16% up from another European currency, the Swissie. Yen has not recovered the ground it lost yesterday, and it is down against most rivals, but we still have to move no less than point 67% to get to Sterling, which took a hit as Bank of England Governor Mark Carney was assessing the economic impact of the Brexit. And here's how things look on the long-term charts. New Zealand/Canada tops the weekly Advancers table with a gain of 2%, whereas Euro/New Zealand has lost 1.91% over the same period, and it is the most bearish instrument. Australia/Yen is the best performer in monthly terms, having gained 4.93%, and Pound/Australia posts the biggest decline, namely, 7.28%. I'm Celeste Skinner and you've been watching the Movers and Shakers for Tuesday. We'll be back tomorrow to cover the latest developments, but until then, goodbye.