US Retail Sales
On April 14, 2015, US retail sales were released. The data released turned out to be worse-than-expected: an increase by 0.9 percent versus the 1.1 percent forecast.
After the data were announced, the US dollar weakened sharply against other currencies.
The GBP/USD rose by 144 pips in 3 hours, which allowed to make up to $1440, with trading one lot.
Publication of data on US retail sales