Shifting central bank biases and a few surprise data points paved the way for an exciting week in the forex market. In particular, the RBA and BOE seemed less hawkish than usual while the BOJ announced an end to negative interest rates and the SNB surprised with a rate cut. But which currency bagged the top spot and which one lagged behind?

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