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Daily Market Report
for 29/07/2015
New Zealand Dollar Jumps 1.1%, Aussie Gains as Greenback Falters -
28 Jul 2015 17:26 Bloomberg
New Zealand's dollar surged as much as 1.1 percent versus the U.S. dollar as speculation the Federal Reserve may be reluctant to commit itself to a rate rise next month sapped demand for the greenback.  more...
Kenyan shilling eases on importer demand, central bank comment | Agricultural ...
28 Jul 2015 20:26 Reuters Africa
NAIROBI, July 28 (Reuters) - The Kenyan shilling weakened on Tuesday due to importer dollar demand from oil companies as well as comments by the central bank reiterating that it had no preferred level for the local currency.  more...
Australia dollar set for long spell down in the dumps
28 Jul 2015 16:07 Economic Times
Resource prices are now coming back to earth as China slows and miners ramp up production, bringing the Aussie with them. In the past year, the Thomson Reuters index of commodity prices has dropped by a third with the fall accelerating in recent weeks ...  more...
Euro's Rebound Backed by Biggest Turnaround in Options Since '03 -
28 Jul 2015 17:48 Bloomberg
Options traders are betting that the euro will stay resilient in the coming weeks amid the biggest turnaround for the currency in at least 12 years.  more...
The Threat That Could Save the Euro
29 Jul 2015 05:48 Wall Street Journal
Giving in to the demands of the Syriza government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras—whose policies over the past six months have led Greece to the brink of financial disaster—wouldn't bode well for the future of the euro either. Within a currency ...  more...
Consumers urged to buy now as Aussie dollar tumbles -
28 Jul 2015 17:37 9news.com.au
Consumers in the market for a new television, fridge or other household items are urged to get shopping now, with warnings prices may soon rise due to the Aussie dollar's tumble. The Australian Dollar has fallen 21 percent against the US greenback and ...  more...
German 'wisemen' say euro zone states should be able to go bankrupt
28 Jul 2015 20:19 Business Insider
BERLIN (Reuters) - The German government's panel of independent economic advisers favors the creation of a sovereign insolvency mechanism for euro zone states to prevent future crises and says countries should be able to leave the currency bloc as a ...  more...
Canadian dollar rises ahead of TSX opening
28 Jul 2015 23:48 Times Colonist
TORONTO - U.S. stock markets appeared set to bounce back as the futures market pointed to a positive open. Markets took a beating on Monday after the Chinese stock market posted its biggest one-day drop since 2007.  more...
Thai banks keen on Malaysian ringgit bond issues -
28 Jul 2015 13:52 The Star Online
Thai banks and companies plan to issue ringgit-denominated bonds in Malaysia to diversify funding sources and lower funding costs after seeing strong interest in such a bond issue by Krung Thai Bank, the Nation reported, citing a top executive of CIMB ...  more...
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