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Weekly Newsletter
for week ending 29/07/2014
Top 5 NZX Trades This Week
CodeWk OpenWk HighWk LowWk LastWk VolumeWk Change
TEL2.8252.8502.7302.9404,520,2050.1153.91%
FSF5.8706.0305.8506.0201,116,6740.1502.49%
XRO28.0026.0023.4026.2581,5381.756.67%
WBC36.3036.7535.8837.50108,7061.203.20%
SKT6.7206.7006.4006.870807,7010.1502.18%
NZSX 50
NZSX 50 Index
ASX ALL ORDS
ASX All Ordinaries Index
NZD/USD
Foreign Exchange NZD/USD
DOW JONES
Dow Jones Index
NASDAQ
NASDAQ Index
FTSE 100
FTSE 100 Index
24 Jul 2014 17:37Wall Street Journal
This Weeks Top Stories
New Zealand Raises Eyebrows With Dollar Talk
24 Jul 2014 17:37 Wall Street Journal
This photo taken on August 11, 2013 shows calves waiting to be fed on a dairy farm near Cambridge in New Zealand's Waikato region, known for its fertile land and dairy industry.  more...
Pound Sterling to New Zealand Dollar (GBP/NZD) Exchange Rate Forecast to ...
27 Jul 2014 17:26 Future Currency Forecast
The weakness in the New Zealand Dollar was such that it continued trending lower against the Pound even as the appeal of the British asset was reduced by lacklustre Bank of England (BoE) minutes and less-than-impressive UK retail sales figures.  more...
NZ dollar slips as investors weigh competing tensions
22 Jul 2014 08:48 TVNZ
The New Zealand dollar slipped as investors weigh the negative signs of a slowing economy against the lure of rising interest rates.  more...
NZ dollar keeps falling and touches fresh six-week low
25 Jul 2014 09:33 TVNZ
The New Zealand dollar was the weakest major currency overnight, touching a fresh six-week low after Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler yesterday signalled conditions were ripe for currency intervention.  more...
New Zealand Dollar Falls Sharply as RBNZ Signals Rate Hike Pause
24 Jul 2014 09:56 DailyFX
The New Zealand Dollar fell sharply today as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand delivered its monetary policy announcement. The central bank hiked the official cash rate by 25 basis points to 3.5 percent from a prior rate of 3.25 percent, meeting market ...  more...
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