US Dollar: The dollar was steady on the week, but the strengthening trend in place since early Jan is not under challenge. The currency remains at its strongest since July 2010.
Rmb: The very gentle strengthening trend established in early October 2012 remains in place and has not yet morphed into stability against the dollar. But it is moving that way.
Euro: The weakening trend established during the previous week was neither strengthened nor challenged by this week's stability. But the current ceiling of around 1.31 is unchanged on the week.
Sterling: The weakening trend is unrelenting, and was not relieved in any way during the week. The ceiling has now come down to 1.58 to the dollar.
Yen: The weakening trend in place since mid-December stalled during the last week, but is not under threat. The current ceiling continues to come down, and now stands at 87.1
A$: The new weakening trend was established in early Feb, and is not under threat: the current ceiling is around 0.961.
Turkish Lira: Weakening trend in place since late Feb is not challenged: the current ceiling remains unchanged on the week at 1.782.
Gold: A steady week for gold, but it does not imply a challenge to the weakening trend in place since the beginning of the year. The ceiling continues to drop quickly, and now stands at 1,671 an oz.
Commodities CRB Index: The current weakening trend is now entering its fifth month, unchallenged. The ceiling of 296 is unchanged on the week.