Wednesday, 03 September 2014

Currencies News

  • Qatar Exchange index gains 42.71 points

    08:03 | 3/9/14
    Peninsula On-line
    Saudi Arabia's main stock index pulled back 0.6 percent after hitting a fresh six-year high in the previous session. The banking sector benchmark fell 1.3 percent after the central bank said it might cap lenders' retail exposure and would limit fees ... more»
  • Tunisia grew 2.1% in H1

    08:03 | 3/9/14
    Brazil-Arab News Agency (ANBA)
    In August, the Tunisian dinar was up 0.4% against the euro and the exchange rate was 2.2941 dinars for 1 euro by the end of the month. Against the US dollar, however, the Tunisian currency was down 1.1% and closed the month at 1.7383 dinar for US$ 1. more»
  • Pakistan Parties Back Sharif as Khan Protests Lose Energy

    06:56 | 3/9/14
    Bloomberg
    The State Bank of Pakistan, which probably would have cut its 10 percent benchmark discount rate by 0.5 percentage points at its meeting this month, may not be able to do so now because of the rupee's depreciation during the crisis, Ahmed said. more»
  • Meeting Vietnam

    06:33 | 3/9/14
    Jefferson Public Radio
    Statues of Vietnam's great revolutionary leader seem to stand in every city center, and his face is on every denomination of Vietnam's currency, the dong. Upon his death in 1969, Ho's body was carefully embalmed and it has been on public display since ... more»
  • US Dollar ETFs Jump on Improving US Economy

    06:00 | 3/9/14
    ETF Trends
    Alternatively, an actively managed option, WisdomTree Bloomberg U.S. Dollar Bullish Fund (NYSEArca: USDU), which currently tracks the USD against the euro, yen, Canadian dollar, U.K. more»
  • IMF: Our $17 Billion Lifeline To Ukraine Might Not Be Enough

    05:37 | 3/9/14
    Business Insider
    The IMF expects the economy to shrink by 6.5 percent and inflation to reach 19 percent this year due to the Ukrainian hryvnia's 40-percent depreciation against the dollar since January. Analysts attribute the currency collapse to gaping tax revenue ... more»
  • ?Sugar Land manufacturer plans major expansion

    04:41 | 3/9/14
    Houston Business Journal (blog)
    Applied Optoelectronics Inc. (Nasdaq: AAOI) is planning a major expansion that will include hiring hundreds of new employees and a multimillion-dollar facility expansion. Plans for the Sugar Land-based fiber optic networking products manufacturer ... more»
  • Food Ban Destroys Restaurant Chain's Supply Network

    04:18 | 3/9/14
    The Moscow Times
    Moscow's sweeping sanctions on European and U.S. food have left the supply chain of Rosinter, one of Russia's largest restaurant chains, in tatters and raised concerns for the future, chairman Rostislav Ordovsky-Tanaevsky Blanco said. more»
  • Rwanda Economy 2014: Recent Developments and Prospects

    03:56 | 3/9/14
    Afribiz.info
    In addition to the slowdown in economic growth and private sector credit already mentioned, the Rwandan franc (RWF) depreciated. more»
  • Ukraine cites 15000 Russian troops and rebels amid Putin's 'take Kiev' remark

    03:45 | 3/9/14
    Thanh Nien Daily
    Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, said any move by Ukraine to join NATO would upset peace talks that are due to continue Sept. more»
  • Economists Cut Mexico Growth Views in Central Bank Survey

    03:34 | 3/9/14
    NASDAQ
    MEXICO CITY--Private economists polled in August by the Bank of Mexico lowered their 2014 growth estimate for a seventh consecutive month despite better-than-expected second-quarter results, and now see gross domestic product expanding 2.5% this ... more»
  • Economists Cut Mexico Growth Views

    03:22 | 3/9/14
    NASDAQ
    MEXICO CITY--Private economists polled in August by the Bank of Mexico lowered their 2014 growth estimate for a seventh consecutive month despite better-than-expected second-quarter results, and now see gross domestic product expanding 2.5% this ... more»
  • Cipharm: Overview of the Pharmaceutical Industry in Côte d'Ivoire

    03:00 | 3/9/14
    Marcopolis
    In terms of medical imports, Côte d'Ivoire requires a budget of more than 100 billion CFA francs and 94% of our medicines are imported. more»
  • Why Sanctions Are Actually Good for Iran

    03:00 | 3/9/14
    Iranian
    All these hi-tech US based companies pay less than 2% gross corporate taxes, by having set up a completely secondary web of companies in financial havens around the world - places like Cayman Islands, Dutch Antilles …even former US colonies like the ... more»
  • Australian Dollar to New Zealand Dollar (AUD/NZD) Exchange Rate: Narrow ...

    02:48 | 3/9/14
    AUD News
    The Australian Dollar has softened across the board on Tuesday after Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens suggested that an overvaluation of the 'Aussie' (AUD) has held back their economic growth. more»
Global Indices
CodeLastChange
NZ505,22290.17%
COMP4,598180.39%
DJI17,068310.18%
SP5002,00210.05%
DAX9,507370.39%
FTSE6,829170.25%
NI22515,6691921.24%
TWI78.610.390.49%
Currencies
CodeLastChange
EURUSD1.3130.0000.01%
NZDUSD0.83060.00690.82%
AUDUSD0.92740.00650.70%
NZDAUD0.89560.00070.08%