Find out if any of the economic news publications out during the last 24 hours have influenced the spread levels for the 3 non-cross majors by watching the Dukascopy Spike Controller. Euro/Dollar’s spreads have averaged at point 24 pips during the last 24 hours, peaking at 1.3 pips. The pair rose yesterday by point 55% or 61 pips, but rate movement has been relatively flat afterwards. US ISM... Еще Non-Manufacturing PMI report has had the most pressure on the spreads here, but the max separation was just 1.3 pips. The Cable’s daily average is slightly above the 1 pip mark and both of the sides were 9 pips apart yesterday. Pound/Dollar shot up by more than 1% to define the daily volatility of 145 pips within slightly more than a couple of hours. Bank of England monetary policy statement took place yesterday at noon GMT and it sent the spreads higher. Both of the sides stayed separated for a while, but 9 pips is the most you should have been charged. Dollar/Yen wraps up this report and long term average is point 35 pips here. Peak of 2.4 pips was posted yesterday. Trend has been changing and the biggest move is a rise of point 52% or 53 pips. US data run sent the spreads slightly up yesterday at a half past noon GMT, but 2.4 pips is the line that shouldn’t have been crossed. I’m Jessica Walker and this brings Friday’s main Spike Controller to an end. We`ll be updating these statistics on an hourly basis, so stay tuned.