Wednesday, 25 May 2016


  • Euro zone approves new Greek aid package

    11:26 | 25/5/16
    Euro zone finance ministers have approved a new aid package for Greece, including new debt measures, French finance minister Michel Sapin told reporters. more»
  • Klinsmann: Copa 'more quality' than Euros

    09:56 | 25/5/16
    "If you compare this Copa America with these 16 nations, compared to the 24 going into the Euros, then I almost think you have more quality in this Copa America than you have in this diluted, 24-team version of the European Championship," Klinsmann ... more»
  • The Australian dollar continues to grind lower, closing at a 3-month low

    09:56 | 25/5/16
    Business Insider Australia
    Undermined by a commentary from RBA governor Glenn Stevens on Tuesday that did nothing to discourage market expectations that a further rate cut from the RBA is likely, along with further strength in US economic data, the Australian dollar sunk in ... more»
Recent News
  • 16 Players To Watch At Euro 2016

    08:37 | 25/5/16
    The Big Lead
    Euro 2016 starts June 10th. The expansion from 16 to 24 teams means a wider player pool. Some, from smaller countries, will get to appear on a prime international stage for the first time. more»
  • Ex-news anchor Sorrayuth may face new charges |

    07:48 | 25/5/16
    Bangkok Post
    Former Channel 3 TV news anchor Sorrayuth Suthassanachinda may face more charges in the cheating of MCOT Plc out of 138.7 million baht in advertising revenue. Investigators from Phaya Thai police station on Tuesday gave public prosecutors an ... more»
  • OMCs not likely to reduce prices soon – Senyo Hosi

    07:30 | 25/5/16
    “The prices that will be there will be reflective of what is happening on the international market, the performance of the cedi and also the margins that are reasonable for any operator. Because of deregulation, the prices are even lower than they ... more»
  • One Million Dollar renovation

    06:00 | 25/5/16
    Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
    Major renovation works is expected to be carried out on a property in Nakasi along Kings Road currently rented by a hardware company. more»
  • US dollar up NT$0.064 to close at NT$32.720

    06:00 | 25/5/16
    China Post
    Foreign institutional selling in the local equity market gave an additional boost to the U.S. dollar, keeping the New Taiwan dollar in negative territory during most of the session, they said. The greenback opened at the day's low of NT$32.635, and ... more»
  • CAD to USD: Analyst Issues Grim Outlook for Canadian Dollar

    05:26 | 25/5/16
    Profit Confidential
    CAD to USD Since the CAD to USD exchange rate hit a bottom in January 2016, it had mostly been climbing upward. But then, as we entered the fifth month of the year, the CAD to USD pair started showing weakness again. Now, analysts are saying that the ... more»
  • Euro zone to unblock new Greek loans, but debt relief still distant

    03:52 | 25/5/16
    Euro zone officials said Greece has implemented all the economic reforms required for new disbursements, though final approval would depend on unspecified "technical corrections" to aspects of the Greek legislation. more»
  • Sebastian Giovinco's Euro 2016 snub shows MLS retains stigma

    03:47 | 25/5/16
    Antonio Conte, the Italy head coach, could not have been more blunt when he explained why Sebastian Giovinco and Andrea Pirlo had been left off his preliminary squad for Euro 2016. "If you choose to go and play [in Major League Soccer] then you can pay ... more»
  • BoG defends new foreign exchange rule

    03:43 | 25/5/16
    The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has defended its decision to allow mining companies to surrender all their foreign exchange (FX) directly to the banks, explaining that such a move would help improve liquidity while boosting forex trading in the country. more»
  • TSX climbs above 14000; Canadian dollar up

    03:33 | 25/5/16
    Times Colonist
    The Dow Jones industrial average was up 196.83 points at 17,689.76, the broader S&P 500 composite index advanced 25.17 points to 2,073.21 and the Nasdaq composite gained 77.30 points to 4,843.08. more»
  • Thai firms see revenues soar to start 2016

    02:26 | 25/5/16
    Undercurrent News
    The majority of listed Thai seafood firms saw sales increase year-on-year for the first quarter of 2016, though not all turned that into profits. more»
  • Metals meltdown hits Australian dollar

    02:15 | 25/5/16
    The Australian
    Higher US rates would push the US dollar higher, sending the Australian dollar lower, probably closer to US70c. Some economists say the Fed will not risk lifting rates ahead of a referendum in June on whether Britain remains in the EU. more»