Sunday, 24 May 2015

Currencies News

  • Ulster heartbroken as late Glasgow try ends final hopes

    13:30 | 23/5/15
    Irish Independent
    Glasgow Warriors will contest the final of the Guinness Pro12 at Kingspan next weekend after pulling off a sensational win over Ulster at Scotstoun with a late try by DTH Van der Merwe and a touchline conversion by Finn Russell. more»
  • Australian Dollar Recovery May Resume After US-Linked Interlude

    12:22 | 23/5/15
    The Australian Dollar turned lower last week, breaking the win streak against its US counterpart established in early April. more»
  • Even Greece is a high-income nation

    12:22 | 23/5/15
    The Star Online
    They must be convinced that they would be treated fairly and the Government would account for every dollar that they pay in taxes. more»
  • Verde Cabinet Pull-Outs will save your back

    12:00 | 23/5/15
    Verde Independent
    I say adding pull-out shelving to your existing kitchen cabinets will save your back, keep you organized and you will never lose anything to the dreaded Bermuda Triangle corner cabinet that we all have in our kitchen. In addition, pull-out shelves will ... more»
  • 1MDB's cash crunch

    11:26 | 23/5/15
    The Star Online
    This year, 1MDB has obligations of RM5bil to meet, and the bulk of it is in the form of a US-dollar term loan amounting to US$975mil (RM3.5bil) that matures on Aug 31. more»
  • Oman refinery firm borrows $910m from Gulf banks

    09:44 | 23/5/15
    Arab News
    (ORPIC) has taken out a 350 million rial ($910 million), ten-year loan from local and regional banks, part of which will be used to fund expansion projects, the company said. more»
  • Rescued migrants pay ransom to get back home

    09:22 | 23/5/15
    Nabi said that even though his ransom was paid to a bKash account in Bangladesh, the smugglers dropped them off in a hilly jungle area in Myanmar instead of carrying them to Bangladeshi shores. “As the ship could not enter Thailand territory, the ... more»
  • MarketsBrazilian real extends losses as fiscal concerns mount

    08:48 | 23/5/15
    Financial Times
    Confidence in Brazil's economy has eroded sharply over the past year, amid a collapse in global commodity prices, a widening budget deficit, stubbornly high inflation and uncertainty over the knock-on effect that the Petrobras corruption scandal could ... more»
  • Political Unrest Pushes Burundi Closer to Economic Collapse

    08:26 | 23/5/15
    New York Times
    The country's currency, the Burundian franc, has been falling against the dollar, prompting many Burundians to rush to exchange francs for hard currency before it weakens further. Analysts say the country's tax collection system has ceased to function, ... more»
  • Funds to explore markets

    08:15 | 23/5/15
    Fiji Times
    The billion dollar industry earned 37 per cent of the country's gross domestic product and was growing fast. "Tourism has a benefit to spread the economy right across Fiji and this is part of Government policy," Mr Seeto said. While the country was ... more»
  • 'When less is better'

    08:15 | 23/5/15
    Fiji Times
    It is said "sex and flesh sell" and in this day of "dog eat dog" mentality, to make a dollar even if it meant devaluing our moral code of ethics, there will always be people willing to make a buck compared to those against Leone's visit to Fiji. As I ... more»
  • FEATURE: Running a hostel in the Dominican Republic

    07:18 | 23/5/15
    Blouin News Blogs (blog)
    The country suffered a grave financial and economic crisis in 2003, which caused the peso to collapse in value, from 17 per dollar to 55 - disastrous for an economy which depends so much on importing goods. more»
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