Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Currencies News

  • Australian dollar's slide will hurt on holidays

    18:37 | 30/9/14
    Sydney Morning Herald
    The Aussie is also weaker on a year-to-date basis against other popular currencies such as the Hong Kong dollar, Indonesian rupiah and United Arab Emirates dirham, while staying relatively steady against the British pound, Papua New Guinea kina and ... more»
  • India Rupee Heads for Worst Quarterly Drop in a Year; Bonds Rise

    18:26 | 30/9/14
    India's rupee headed for its biggest quarterly loss in a year as a potential increase in U.S. interest rates and geopolitical tensions in the Middle East damped demand for emerging-market assets. more»
  • China's yuan rebounds, offshore investors wary of Hong Kong unrest

    18:15 | 30/9/14
    Daily Mail
    By Saikat Chatterjee and Lu Jianxin HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Sept 30 (Reuters) - China's yuan rebounded slightly against the dollar on Tuesday, but trading kept to a tight range as offshore investors were wary over continuing protests in Hong Kong and ... more»
  • Japanese Yen Extends Its Gains In The Asian Session

    18:15 | 30/9/14
    Meanwhile, industrial production in Japan unexpectedly eased 1.5% on a monthly basis in August, less than market expectations for an advance of 0.2% and compared to 0.4% rise registered in the previous month. more»
  • Swiss Franc Trading Higher, Ahead Of Swiss KOF Leading Indicator

    18:15 | 30/9/14
    In the Asian session, at GMT0300, the pair is trading at 0.9507, with the USD trading marginally lower from yesterday's close. more»
  • 37 bank branches closed in Hong Kong

    17:07 | 30/9/14
    South China Morning Post (subscription)
    On Monday, the Hong Kong dollar dropped as much as 0.09 per cent to a six-month low of HK$7.7648 against the greenback, the largest intraday loss since 2011, though it remains far from the 7.85 level that would trigger intervention. more»
  • Dhaka city sees 171 murders in 8 months

    16:45 | 30/9/14
    Prothom Alo (English)
    On 18 September a young man Sohail Mia was found unconscious, tied up in a sack and floating in the river Buriganga. Upon recovery, Sohail said that he had kept 20 thousand taka with his friend Amin Mia. Amin and some others had tied him up in the sack ... more»
  • Gas to go up in price

    16:45 | 30/9/14
    Prothom Alo (English)
    The government will raise these prices though executive order after consulting the commission. According to the proposal approved by the prime minister, the cost of gas for a double stove will go up from 450 taka to 1000 taka, that is, a 122.22% increase. more»
  • Mexico detains gang accused of $2.2 mln in monthly crude oil theft

    16:33 | 30/9/14
    Zeron said the leader's business, Petrobajio S.A. de C.V., paid an unnamed criminal outfit in northern Tamaulipas state five million pesos ($370,600) per month to separately obtain stolen gasoline stored in the states of Guanajuato, San Luis Potosi and ... more»
  • Indian rupee opens lower at 61.60 per dollar

    16:33 | 30/9/14
    The Indian rupee opened marginally lower at 61.60 per dollar on Tuesday as against previous day's closing of 61.53 a dollar. more»
  • Indian NTBs nullify tariff concessions

    16:00 | 30/9/14
    The News International
    “Pakistan has a clear policy on trade with India as instead of granting MFN status to India it has allowed import of all but 950 items in which the Indians enjoy a level-playing field with its global competitors,” said SM Tanveer, chairman of All ... more»
  • NZ dollar quiet ahead of dairy auction

    16:00 | 30/9/14
    CMC Markets New Zealand general manager Chris Smith said markets were hoping for at least a flat dairy auction overnight. A price drop would send the dollar lower. more»
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