Thursday, 27 November 2014


Recent News
  • Perks cushion wealth gap in UAE

    19:00 | 27/11/14
    Dubuque Telegraph Herald
    To ease marriage costs, the government gives Emirati men 70,000 dirhams ($19,000) when they marry an Emirati woman. more»
  • Where on earth is the World Cup mascot?

    19:00 | 27/11/14 (blog)
    Then there's the arguments over which one of South Africa's impressive body of self-destructions was the most comic, plus the endless repeats of Bermuda's Dwayne Leverock, a salmon trapped in a hippo's body, swooping through the air to take that catch ... more»
  • New York courts continue to protect foreign assets - Jaldhi to Koehler to Motorola

    18:48 | 27/11/14
    Lexology (registration)
    In the context of maritime claims, one favorable venue was New York, an international financial center and home to the Clearing House banks, which acted as an exchange for electronic U.S. more»
  • Swiss Franc Trading Lower Ahead Of Switzerland's 3q Industrial Productio

    18:37 | 27/11/14
    In economic news, the Swiss UBS consumption indicator index dropped to a level of 1.29 in October. The index had registered a revised reading of 1.39 in September. more»
  • Japanese Yen Trading Higher In The Asian Session

    18:37 | 27/11/14
    For the 24 hours to 23:00 GMT, the USD weakened 0.27% against the JPY and closed at 117.61, following disappointing weekly initial jobless claims coupled with an unexpected drop in pending home sales data in the US. more»
  • Expect Indian Rupee to trade on mixed note: Angel

    18:15 | 27/11/14
    According to Angel, Indian Rupee are expected to trade on a mixed note on the back of dollar demand from state run banks and oil companies, investors remaining cautious ahead RBI monetary policy review on 2nd Dec'14 and estimates of plunge in ... more»
  • Shilling Woes Continue, Outlook Gloomy

    17:52 | 27/11/14
    Last week the shilling lost ground against all major currencies, a trend that was observed since the previous two weeks. The Bank of Tanzania (BoT) indicative foreign exchange market rates yesterday showed the US dollar was sold at 1717.61 and bought ... more»
  • EM ASIA FX-Philippine peso weaker after disappointing GDP, Asia FX up

    17:41 | 27/11/14
    Philippine Q3 growth slows to over 5-years * Won leads Asia FX gains; S.Korea intervention suspected (Adds text, updates prices) By Jongwoo Cheon SINGAPORE, Nov 27 (Reuters) - The Philippine peso fell on Thursday after the economy weakened to its ... more»
  • New ramp facility for Nausori

    17:30 | 27/11/14
    Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
    The 230-thousand dollar facility belongs to Nakuita Enterprises which is a business arm of the mataqali Nakuita from the Yavusa Vunivivi of Nausori Village. more»
  • NZ market little changed, dollar mixed

    17:30 | 27/11/14
    Radio New Zealand
    The New Zealand sharemarket was little changed today, with the benchmark Top 50 Index down 2 points to 5455. The managing director of Salt Funds Management, Paul Harrison, said the market had a lot of corporate news to digest, delivering mixed results. more»
  • Indian Rupee may trade positive note : Swastika Investmart

    16:56 | 27/11/14
    We expect the rupee to trade on neutral to positive note against the dollar taking cues from less positive than expected economic data from US. more»
  • Indian rupee opens higher at 61.80 per dollar

    16:33 | 27/11/14
    The Indian rupee opened marginally higher at 61.80 per dollar on Thursday compared to 61.84 a dollar on Wednesday. Dollar fell against a basket of currencies as a batch of disappointing US data on consumers, housing and manufacturing raised concern ... more»