If you suspect your broker is putting you at a trading disadvantage, then use these benchmark spread stats to hold them to account. Euro/Dollar’s spreads have averaged at slightly above the point 2 pip mark in all three time scales, peaking at 4.2 pips. Long term high and low difference of 48 pips was posted as the rate declined by point 43%. US ADP employment report has had the most influence... Еще on the spreads for this pair, but 4.2 pips is the biggest separation you should have seen. The Cable’s daily average spread is point 85 pips and max separation has been 3.8 pips. Trend has been shifting here and the biggest move is a decline of point 6% or 76 pips. Spreads were above their usual level yesterday during the US ADP employment report here as well, but 3.8 pips is the line that shouldn’t have been crossed. And last up is the Dollar/Yen, which has long term average and maximum spreads of point 35 and 2.3 pips respectively. Greenback has surged against the Yen by a total of point 87% or 89 pips to hit the daily high of 103 74. Spreads peaked today at 4:58 in the morning, but make sure your broker hasn’t charged you more than 2.3 pips. I’m Sam Meredith and these stats will be updated every hour throughout the day, so check back in case you are in doubt about any of your trades.