Wednesday, 02 September 2015


Recent News
  • TSX drops 343 points in early trading; Canadian dollar up

    02:26 | 2/9/15
    Times Colonist
    In Europe, major markets in London and Paris were also down about 2.5 per cent in mid-day trading. Earlier, China's Shanghai and Hong Kong stock markets and Japan's Nikkei also closed lower. more»
  • UAE's Mubadala unit Strata sees 15 pct revenue growth in 2015 - CEO

    02:03 | 2/9/15
    Yahoo! Maktoob News
    AL AIN, United Arab Emirates, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Strata, the manufacturing unit of Abu Dhabi's state-owned Mubadala Aerospace, expects revenues to grow more than 15 per cent this year and aims to break even in two years' time, its chief executive said ... more»
  • Migrant misery in Agadez

    01:52 | 2/9/15
    Deutsche Welle
    Young people in West and Central Africa know what the journey to Europe entails. Despite this, every week thousands leave their ... For the trip to Libya alone, he paid 800,000 CFA francs (1,200 euros, $1,400). The money was for bus tickets, transport ... more»
  • Round Two Of Global Melt Down – Watch This Unfold…

    01:41 | 2/9/15
    SmallCap Network
    The manipulation of the central banks of Belgium, Luxembourg, Ireland, The Cayman Islands, and Switzerland have been used to keep these purchases off of the balance sheet of the US Federal Reserve Bank. more»
  • Raw sugar and coffee steady, focus on Brazilian real

    01:30 | 2/9/15
    AG Week
    In arabica coffee, futures held steady, with traders focused on the real and weather in Brazil as the harvest wraps up. more»
  • Canadian dollar steady as markets appear headed for negative open

    01:18 | 2/9/15
    CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
    The Canadian dollar was little changed at 76.01 cents US. On the commodity markets, the December gold contract rose $7.30 to US$1,139.80 an ounce, the October crude contract was down $1.81 at US$47.39 a barrel and the October contract for natural gas ... more»
  • From Alabama to Colombia: Peso Lane

    01:18 | 2/9/15
    Paste Magazine
    A description of one city block in a neighborhood of Bogotá might be of interest to those curious about everyday life in Latin America. more»
  • AUD/USD: Australian Dollar Weakens

    00:56 | 2/9/15
    On Monday, Australia released controversial statistics. In August, TD Securities Inflation slowed down from 0.2% to 0.1%, on a monthly basis. more»
  • Facebook post sharing euro note brings couple back together

    00:53 | 2/9/15
    The Independent
    It sounds like the beginning of a romcom, but the story of a message scrawled on a euro note being posted on Facebook and reuniting two ex-lovers is very true. more»
  • Euro to Australian Dollar (EUR/AUD) Exchange Rate Forecast to Rally as China's ...

    00:11 | 2/9/15
    Euro Exchange Rate News
    The Euro to Australian Dollar (EUR/AUD) exchange rate rallied by around 0.8% on Tuesday morning. After manufacturing output in China slumped beyond expectations, market sentiment dived considerably. more»
  • Sri Lankan rupee ends steady on dollar selling by state-run bank

    00:11 | 2/9/15
    COLOMBO, Sept 1 The Sri Lankan rupee ended steady on Tuesday as a state-run bank, through which the central bank usually directs the market, sold dollars at 134.50 a day after it raised the local currency's peg against the dollar for a second straight ... more»
  • Chinese Yuan Revolution?

    00:00 | 2/9/15
    If China were really breaking this line of "global economic defense", we would see a 20% or more deduction. Keep in mind that in our analysis, China's currency has substantially appreciated on a trade weighted basis versus its peers and the drop we ... more»