Monday, 28 July 2014


  • NZ dollar slips as Key agrees it is over-valued

    17:26 | 28/7/14
    The New Zealand dollar fell to a month-low after Prime Minister John Key said he agreed with the Reserve Bank that the currency is over-valued. more»
  • USD/CHF: Swiss Franc Trading Tad Lower In The Asian Session

    17:26 | 28/7/14
    Action Forex
    In the Asian session, at GMT0300, the pair is trading at 0.9049, with the USD trading marginally higher from Friday's close. The pair is expected to find support at 0.9025, and a fall through could take it to the next support level of 0.9002. more»
  • Ditch US$ for South Africa Rand, says Biti

    16:30 | 28/7/14
    FORMER Finance Minister Tendai Biti has recommended that Zimbabwe abandon the US dollar for the South African Rand as part of a package of measures he proposed to help turnaround the country's ailing economy. more»
Recent News
  • Indian rupee opens flat at 60.09 per dollar

    15:33 | 28/7/14
    The Indian rupee opened flat at 60.09 per dollar versus 60.10 Friday. The dollar is stronger versus the euro and the Swiss Franc, while flat versus the yen. more»
  • Banking on a new direction

    15:33 | 28/7/14
    Mizzima News
    Mizzima Business Weekly's Hans Hulst spoke to Mr Bosher about the challenges facing Myanmar's banking sector. ... They are not equivalent, especially if you take kyat inflation rates of six to seven percent compared to zero dollar inflation into account. more»
  • Battered and broke, Vietnam fishermen bear brunt of China row

    14:48 | 28/7/14
    Reuters India
    China moved the rig back toward its coast in mid-July, but for 10 weeks scores of coastguard and fishing vessels from both sides squared off around the platform in a daily routine in which the Vietnamese boats appeared to be no match for the larger ... more»
  • Burgernomics: Aussie dollar is just right, says the Big Mac index

    12:42 | 28/7/14
    Sydney Morning Herald
    Exporters may be bemoaning the 'stubbornly high' Australian dollar, but according to the Big Mac Index, its valuation is spot on. more»
  • Asians rush to send money home

    12:00 | 28/7/14
    Peninsula On-line
    DOHA: Exchange houses across Qatar yesterday witnessed a large number of Asians rushing to send money to family back home. The announcement of Eid Al Fitr triggered the rush. more»
  • Market takes a shine to the dollar, shuns euro

    11:37 | 28/7/14
    The euro, which fell 0.7 percent last week, languished near an eight-month trough of $1.3421 EUR=. Against the yen, it traded at 136.69 EURJPY=R, not far from a six-month low of 136.37 plumbed on Thursday. more»
  • Dollar Holds Gains Versus Euro; Longs at Most Since 2012

    11:36 | 28/7/14
    The dollar traded near the strongest in eight months against the euro as investors raised bets it would climb versus the single currency to the most since November 2012. more»
  • Argentine Default Drama Nears Critical Stage

    11:15 | 28/7/14
    Wall Street Journal
    Mired in recession, Argentina already suffers from hard-currency shortages and annual inflation some economists estimate at 40%. more»
  • ECB Patience Test: Euro-Area Inflation Seen Sticking Low

    11:15 | 28/7/14
    The European Union's statistics office is due to release inflation and jobless data on July 31 at 11 a.m. in Luxembourg. These releases will be preceded on July 30 by reports on euro-area business confidence at 11 a.m. and German inflation at 2 p.m. ... more»
  • Forex - Japanese yen up as weekend events in Ukraine, Middle East eyed

    11:03 | 28/7/14
    Additionally, there no major releases scheduled in the region's major economies such as Japan and China, pointing to the likelihood of a quiet day ahead. more»
  • Australian dollar drops below 94 US cents

    10:52 | 28/7/14
    Sydney Morning Herald
    The Australian dollar has drifted back below US94ยข as the greenback strengthens on dwindling risk appetite. At 8:15am AEST on Monday, the local currency was trading at US93.97, down from 94.15 cents on Friday. more»
  • Tappoo Group celebrates 73rd anniversary

    10:30 | 28/7/14
    He also said that no one needs a million dollar to make a person happy. Meanwhile, the Executive Director of the Fiji School for the Blind, Barbara Faruk said that the children were really happy and excited as they do not get access to this environment ... more»
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