Stay on top of your trades on the first trading day of December by watching the main Dukascopy Spike Controller. Point 24 pips is the long term average spread for the Euro/Dollar. Both of the sides were 4.7 pips apart yesterday. The pair dropped by slightly more than 1% or 114 pips, but most of the loss has been recovered as it rose from the low of 1 0553. It has been busy with economic news... Еще releases and one of them did shake up the spreads, it was the US ADP employment change. Both of the sides separated during a slide, but 4.7 pips is the line that shouldn’t have been crossed. The Cable’s long term average is slightly below the 1 pip level and peak separation has been 4.7 pips. Pound/Dollar has had a bullish run, gaining 1.1% or 137 pips to reach the high at 1 2556. Spreads elevated for a while yesterday at 11 PM GMT, peaking at 4.7 pips and both of the sides were 4 pips apart less than an hour ago as the UK Manufacturing PMI was released. Last up is the Dollar/Yen, which has long term average and maximum spreads of point 37 and 3.3 pips respectively. The pair has surged by a massive 1.74% or almost 200 pips to reach the high of 114 83. US ADP employment change has had the most pressure on the spreads here as well, but 3.3 pips is the most you should have been charged. I’m Jack Everitt and that’s all for Thursday’s main Spike Controller, but do stay tuned for the hourly updates.