Thursday, 03 September 2015

Currencies

 
 
 
 
Recent News
  • Indian rupee weakens 7 paise against US dollar in early trade

    16:18 | 3/9/15
    Financial Express
    The Indian rupee depreciated 7 paise to 66.26 against the US dollar in early trade today on foreign fund outflows amid appreciation in the US currency overseas. more»
  • 'Let's take a trip to Florida'

    15:03 | 3/9/15
    Trinidad News
    CONGRESS of the People (COP) political leader Prakash Ramadhar yesterday issued an invitation to Independent Liberal Party (ILP) political leader Jack Warner, to fly to the United States of America to view his (Ramadhar) properties in Florida. more»
  • Home run onslaught sinks Detroit Tigers in lopsided loss to Royals

    14:48 | 3/9/15
    MLive.com
    The Royals had runners on second and third with nobody out in the seventh when Jose Iglesias made a nice leaping catch on a line drive by Christian Colon. Iglesias then made the throw to Ian Kinsler at second to double up Paulo Orlando there ... more»
  • Australian dollar may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche's Adam ...

    14:08 | 3/9/15
    Sydney Morning Herald
    The economist who early last year made the then outrageous prediction that the Australian dollar could slide to US66¢ by the end of this year, now says a 50s handle is possible by the end of 2016. more»
  • Sparks fly at debate of Electricity Acquisition (Settlement) Act 2015

    14:03 | 3/9/15
    LoveFM
    The government of Belize is now paying $70 million Belize Dollars for 37% of BEL that is what it comes down to. We acquired 70% we are giving back 33% and we are remaining with 37% that together with the SSB shareholding means that the public holding ... more»
  • Aussie may fall below US60¢ in 'benign collapse', Deutsche's Adam Boyton says

    13:52 | 3/9/15
    Sydney Morning Herald
    The economist who early last year made the then outrageous prediction that the Australian dollar could slide to US66¢ by the end of this year, now says a 50s handle is possible over the next years. more»
  • Australian Dollar Outlook - Sep. 3, 2015

    13:30 | 3/9/15
    International Business Times AU
    A one Australian dollar coin is seen in this picture illustration taken in Sydney, Australia, July 29, 2015. The Australian dollar was on a firmer footing on Wednesday as a relief rally in commodities and stocks underpinned sentiment. The Australian ... more»
  • AMP Capital's Shane Oliver says the Aussie dollar is headed to 60 cents

    13:07 | 3/9/15
    Business Insider Australia
    The Australian dollar's falls and rises are one of the primary reasons why the nation has enjoyed 24 years without a recession. more»
  • EM ASIA FX-Won, ringgit, Philippine peso fall

    13:07 | 3/9/15
    Reuters
    Sept 3 The following table shows rates for Asian currencies against the dollar at 0105 GMT. CURRENCIES VS U.S. DOLLAR Change on the day at 0105 GMT Currency Latest bid Previous day Pct Move Japan yen 120.51 120.33 -0.15 Sing dlr 1.4168 1.4156 ... more»
  • Will Hong Kong Keep The Dollar Peg?

    13:07 | 3/9/15
    Barron's (blog)
    The Hong Kong Monetary Authority intervened again on Wednesday to hold onto its currency peg. The central bank injected 12.5 billion Hong Kong dollars, after buying HK$15.5 billion worth of U.S. dollars on Tuesday, the first time since April. Under the ... more»
  • Dollar rises with stocks as yen and euro slip, ECB awaited

    12:38 | 3/9/15
    Reuters
    China's slowing economy and worries about global growth had prompted investors to reduce bets in the yen and the euro, both of which have been popular for funding trades involving the sale of low-yielding currencies to buy higher-yielding, but riskier, ... more»
  • Dollar bounces with stocks as yen and euro retreat, ECB awaited

    12:33 | 3/9/15
    The Fiscal Times
    TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar climbed against the euro and yen on Thursday as global investors tentatively stepped back into riskier equities, tempering the recent rush to unwind carry trades that had boosted the single currency and the Japanese unit. more»