Friday, 31 October 2014

Currencies News

  • Kraken Launches Bitcoin-Yen Trading in Japan

    11:52 | 31/10/14
    Business Wire
    SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kraken, a San Francisco-based bitcoin exchange, is pleased to announce the launch of trading between bitcoin and Japanese yen (XBT/JPY). The new trading option coincides with the launch of domestic JPY funding ... more»
  • Malawi releases 'Cashgate' audit report

    10:45 | 31/10/14
    Newstime Africa
    ... flanked by Minister of Information Kondwani Nankhumwa and Deputy Auditor General Langton Gomani, stressed that the report was not an indictment of anybody but rather the outcome of investigations into how government lost billions of Malawi kwacha. more»
  • My review of Cafe Medina

    10:00 | 31/10/14
    Vancouver Sun (blog)
    Like Ottolenghi's delis and restaurants, Medina embraces Middle Eastern flavours and owner Robbie Kane is Jewish and his wife is Lebanese. Her name is Medina, ... The waffle maker is a 100-pound job, heavy enough to hold down rising yeasted dough. more»
  • Not made in China: Garment manufacturing Part II

    10:00 | 31/10/14
    As labor costs in the "world's factory" continue to rise dramatically, global fashion brands are looking elsewhere to source apparel. more»
  • Australian dollar starts to recover post-Fed losses

    09:37 | 31/10/14
    Sydney Morning Herald
    The Australian dollar has followed US stocks higher as it recovers from its steep fall following the US central bank meeting. more»
  • Australian dollar starts to recover

    09:37 | 31/10/14
    The Australian dollar fell more than one US cent on Thursday after the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) showed growing confidence in the American economy and looked towards increasing its interest rate some time in 2015. more»
  • NZ dollar advances as investors pull back

    09:26 | 31/10/14
    3News NZ
    The New Zealand dollar advanced as investors shied away from placing further bets that the greenback would rise. The kiwi rose to 78.42 US cents at 8am in Wellington, from 77.90 cents at 5pm on Friday. more»
  • Australian dollar recovers after Fed hit

    09:15 | 31/10/14
    The Australian
    ... was trading at US88.34 cents, up from US87.65c yesterday. The Australian dollar fell more than one US cent yesterday after the Fed showed growing confidence in the American economy and looked towards increasing its interest rate some time in 2015. more»
  • Company Profile: BitInka

    08:52 | 31/10/14
    The company currently supports the US dollar, as well as the fiat currencies of Argentina (peso), Bolivia (boliviano), Peru (sol), and Venezuela (bolivar). The company has a branch in Bolivia, and locations in Argentina and Venezuela are in the works. more»
  • Covent Garden Soloists Kick Off Toyota Asian Charity Concert Series

    07:45 | 31/10/14
    "We are thankful for the support of the audience in making the donation possible today, and look forward to many more successful events as the tour travels to Brunei, Cambodia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam," said Hisayuki Inoue ... more»
  • Governor of National Bank of Kazakhstan sees no reasons to worry about ...

    07:36 | 31/10/14
    Kelimbetov stressed that the safety margin of the currency adjustment conducted by the National Bank in February - the nearly 20% devaluation of the Kazakh tenge - and the safety margin of the Kazakh economy allowed "looking very optimistically even on ... more»
  • Eastern Europe worst hit by dollar rise

    07:33 | 31/10/14
    Financial Times
    The Hungarian forint has fallen almost 5 per cent over the same period, while the Czech koruna is down more than 6 per cent. more»
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