Start your trading week by making sure you haven't been overcharged and check your price feed with the Main Spike Controller. First, let's look at the Euro/Dollar, which has the average long-time spread of point 28 pips. The daily max of 1.1 pips was reached within the last 4 hours. This pair has had a slow start of the week, and the biggest move was a gain of point 31% or 34 pips. The German... Еще PMI was out at half past 7 this morning, and spreads peaked at 1.1 pips just as the data came out. The Cable's long-term average and peak spreads stand at more than 1 pip and 1.9 pips, respectively. Pound/Dollar has seen some upward movement this morning, gaining point 53% or 65 pips from its lowest point at 1 2185. Spreads were at their highest after 11:06 yesterday evening, but they did not exceed just 1.9 pips. And Dollar/Yen's long-term average reaches point 41 pips, peaking at point 9 pips. There has been little movement for this pair, as the daily volatility of 28 pips was posted during a decline of point 27%. Trading has been calm, and the peak spread of point 9 pips was posted one minute past midnight. I'm Jack Everett and you've been watching the Primary Spike Controller for Monday. We'll be updating these stats throughout the day, so stay tuned.