Wednesday, 22 October 2014

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  • 25 Best OS X Yosemite Features: the Great New Things in Apple's Latest OS

    06:32 | 17/10/14
    Lifehacker UK
    You can still switch between tabs in the horizontal strip above the main window, but click the new Tab View button in the top right corner of the toolbar and you get thumbnail previews of all open tabs. more»
  • Surprise rally for NZ dollar

    11:07 | 16/10/14
    Stuff.co.nz
    The New Zealand dollar has rebounded sharply in a rally that has left currency experts scratching their heads. The kiwi rose by US1.9 cents (2.4 per cent) in the space of 12 hours on the back of weak US economic data and an improved dairy auction result. more»
  • Reserve Bank broadens measure of NZ dollar

    12:37 | 17/10/14
    3News NZ
    The Reserve Bank of New Zealand will broaden the currency basket it uses to calculate the value of the kiwi dollar, to better reflect the nation's trading relationships. more»
  • What's Goin' On

    17:07 | 15/10/14
    The Harlan Daily Enterprise
    Anyone who would like to help may go to the Bank of Harlan and make a deposit to the Cameron Crider Medical Fund. All donations are ... New Freedom Worship Center in Wallins will host a FALL FESTIVAL on Saturday with games, crafts, cake walk, prizes ... more»
  • Keep Calm Over Dow Jones Industrial Average's Nosedive And Carry On

    06:15 | 18/10/14
    Forbes
    Volatility on the markets is normal. Long live volatility! And, this week my thoughts returned to turbulent stock markets around the globe. more»
  • Why The Euro Crisis Is Far From Over

    07:33 | 20/10/14
    Business Insider
    The signs are that the euro zone is now back in recession, with even the German economy, the central powerhouse, slowing sharply. more»
  • Indian rupee posts biggest fall in a month on global worries

    01:22 | 17/10/14
    Reuters
    MUMBAI, Oct 16 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee posted its biggest single-day loss in a month, hurt by data showing a widening trade deficit and a slump in local shares as part of a global market sell-off, but intervention from the central bank prevented ... more»
  • Big Banks Start Charging Clients for Euro Deposits

    07:00 | 18/10/14
    Wall Street Journal
    A number of global banks have begun charging large customers to deposit their money in euros, a rare move that could have costly implications for investors and companies that do business on the Continent. more»
  • Australian Market Wrap: Telecoms and IT lead charge

    21:37 | 15/10/14
    TradingFloor.com
    The entertainment and gaming company benefited from heavy betting during the FIFA World Cup, which lead an increase in revenue of 6.6% to A$537.4mn. more»
  • Forex - Japanese yen weaker in Asia, Aussie gains in light data day

    13:00 | 17/10/14
    Investing.com
    Investing.com - The Japanese yen weakened in early Asia on Friday in a light data day in the region, while the Australian dollar gained. more»
  • NZ dollar drops in volatile markets

    08:41 | 17/10/14
    New Zealand Herald
    The New Zealand dollar weakened in volatile trading amid investor uncertainty about the policy direction of the US Federal Reserve. more»
  • New Zealand Sets Record Number of Migrants; NZ Dollar Rises Amid US ...

    18:15 | 21/10/14
    International Business Times AU
    New Zealand has set a new record in the number of migrants arriving in the country. According to the latest report of Statistics New Zealand, the country has a net gain of 4,700 migrants for the month of September bringing the total number of migrants ... more»
  • 12 Treasures of Europe

    09:03 | 18/10/14
    New York Times
    The space pops with radiant hues cast by richly striped Tint Throw Blankets (749 Danish krone or $130 at 5.75 krone to the dollar), purple Kontour Vases (149 krone) shaped like flower petals, Brick Cushions (549 krone) in Mondrian-esque fabric, and ... more»
  • NZ shares fall but NZ dollar up

    18:37 | 16/10/14
    Radio New Zealand
    New Zealand shares fell today, with the benchmark Top 50 Index falling 31 points, or 0.6 percent, to 5132 points. Hamilton Hinden Green director Grant Williamson said a continuing sell-off of global equities was the reason for the decline. more»
  • More weakness expected for the Canadian dollar

    09:31 | 18/10/14
    Toronto Star
    Although the Canadian dollar in recent months had been one of the strongest currencies in the world against the greenback, “in the past week we've been one of the weakest along with Norway. more»
Global Indices
CodeLastChange
NZ505,275420.79%
COMP4,4191032.40%
DJI16,6152151.31%
SP5001,941371.96%
DAX8,8871691.94%
FTSE6,3721051.68%
NI22514,8043072.03%
TWI77.250.080.10%
Currencies
CodeLastChange
EURUSD1.2710.0090.67%
NZDUSD0.79590.00180.23%
AUDUSD0.87650.00140.16%
NZDAUD0.90750.00000.00%