The Cable plummeted shortly before midnight, so keep watching this Spike Controller to find out how this reflects on the spread levels. A quarter of a pip is the long term average spread for the Euro/Dollar. Max separation has been 1.3 pips. Last 24 have been bearish for this pair, it hit the low of 1 1104 after declining by a total of point 79% or 88 pips. Spreads have been mostly calm and the... Еще biggest separation of just 1.3 pips took place yesterday at 3:47 PM GMT. The Cable’s long term average spread is well above 1 pip and maximum separation was a massive 39.9 pips. Pound/Dollar dropped by 6.31% or more than 800 pips in what can be described as midnight madness, but a large portion of the loss has been recovered. Spreads were bumpy during the night and they were especially high as the rate spiked, so let’s see what happened. Both of the sides were separated for a while, but 39.9 pips is the line that shouldn’t have been crossed. And the final pair for this report is the Dollar/Yen, which has long term average and maximum spreads of point 38 and 2 pips respectively. Greenback rose against the Yen yesterday by point 68% or 70 pips, but most of the gains have been given up. No major spreads have been recorded here and the biggest gap of 2 pips took place yesterday shortly after 6 PM GMT. I’m Sam Meredith and that’s it for Friday’s main Spike Controller, but you can access the most up-to-date stats by clicking back for the hourly updates.