The spreads have seen some volatility over the last 24 hours, so make sure you haven't been overcharged. This is the Main Spike Controller. Euro/Dollar's long-term average reaches point 23 pips, but the daily peak is notably higher at 9 pips. This pair went down yesterday morning, losing point 47% or 52 pips, although it has recovered some ground since. US Consumer Price Index was out at 12:30... Еще PM yesterday. Spreads soared just as the rate went up, but 9 pips is really the most you should've seen. The Cable's long-term average spread is just North of 1 pip, and the daily max of 5 pips was posted within the last 4 hours. The last 24 hours have been mostly bullish for this pair, as it's gained point 66% or 81 pips, although it has since declined from its highest point at 1 2331. US inflation data shook up this pair as well. Both sides separated just before the data came out, but the daily max still did not exceed 5 pips. And Dollar/Yen's spreads have averaged at point 39 pips over the last 24 hours, maxing out at 2.8 pips. The pair has been trending lower, losing a total of point 91% or 95 pips from its highest point at 104 20. Once again, spreads were at their highest at the time of US CPI release, but 2.8 pips is as high as they went. I'm Jessica Walker and this was the Primary Spike Controller for Wednesday. Stay tuned for the hourly updates.