Find out if economic news events have shaken up the spread levels for the 3 non-cross majors by watching the Dukascopy Spike controller. A quarter of a pip is the long term average spread for the Euro/Dollar. Both of the sides separated by 3 pips yesterday. Last 24 hours have been bearish for the Euro, the pair has dropped by 1.53% or 164 pips to hit the low of 1 0582. It was busy with news... Еще reports regarding the US economy yesterday at 1:30 PM GMT and that’s the time of the peak spread, but 3 pips is the biggest separation you should have seen. Pound/Dollar’s long term average spread is slightly above the 1 pip mark and maximum separation has been 6 and a half pips. The Cable’s high and low chart shows a bearish picture as the pair has declined by almost 1% or 113 pips. Spreads were at their highest point yesterday at 11 PM GMT, but 6.5 pips is the most you should have been charged. Wrapping up this overview is the Dollar/Yen, which has long term average and maximum spreads of point 41 and 3.8 pips respectively. Greenback has been on a rise against the Yen, gaining close to 2% or 202 pips to hit the daily high at 110 93. Spreads peaked yesterday at 7:57 PM GMT, but you shouldn’t have seen a separation bigger than 3.8 pips. I’m Jack Everitt and that's all for Friday’s main spike controller, but please do tune back in throughout the day for the latest updates of these stats.