We are heading towards weekend, but don’t let that be a reason to take the pressure off your broker. Euro/Dollar’s long term average spread is point 32 pips and maximum separation has been 6.1 pips. The pair has once again moved towards the 1 20 level as it gained a total of 1% or 118 pips. US Jobless claims and CPI both were released yesterday at a half past noon GMT and that’s the time of the... Еще peak spread, but 6.1 pips is the line that shouldn’t have been crossed. The Cable’s spreads have averaged at point 76 pips during the past 24 hours, peaking at 9 pips. Pound/Dollar has jumped by a massive 3.37% or 443 pips to reach the high of 1 3592. Despite the massive range of more than 400 pips covered, spreads have stayed relatively calm, peaking at 9 pips yesterday at a half past noon GMT as the US data was published. And last up is the Dollar/Yen, which has long term average and maximum spreads of point 35 and 5.2 pips respectively. The pair has gained ground from the low of 109 55, rising by a total of 1.62% or 177 pips. Spreads were up to 5.2 pips yesterday at a half past noon GMT and both of the sides separated by 1.3 pips today at 9:50 AM. I’m Jessica Walker and this was the Dukascopy Spike Controller, providing you with the benchmark interbank price data for this week’s final trading day. Goodbye for now.