Let’s see what’s moving and shaking on the FX Markets at 3 PM GMT after the publications of the US durable goods and jobless claims. It’s been a green day for the Euro/Australia and the pair is up by point 78% after 15 hours of trading, to post the biggest move among the 8 majors. Single currency tops the advancers and decliners table and it’s just a fraction up from the Swissie as Swiss... Еще Consumption Indicator rose. Brent rose above the 50 level and Canadian Dollar is the most bullish of the three commodity currencies and it’s close to level with the Buck. US durable goods orders slipped, but jobless claims were slightly lower and pending home sales were up by 1 and a half percent. Overnight New Zealand trade report disappointed and Kiwi Dollar is followed closely by a couple of majors. Preliminary UK GDP showed a better than expected expansion of a half a percent and CBI realized sales survey balance jumped back into the positive territory, but Sterling is mostly lower and almost level with the Yen. Quarterly Australian Import Prices dropped by 1% and Ozzy Dollar sits at the bottom of the table. Moving on to longer term performance charts, Dollar/Canada takes the top spot on the weekly bulls chart with a rise of 1.2%. Canada/Swissie has depreciated the most and it’s slightly more than 1% in the red. Dollar/Yen has had a bullish month and the pair is up by 4.59%. The Cable tops the bearish section with a slide of almost 6%. I’m Celeste Skinner and this is how the 8 major currencies line up at the moment. Do click back for this week’s final report, but for now it’s goodbye.