Saturday, 20 September 2014

Currencies News

  • Search for owner of winning 86.7m euros Euromillions ticket

    11:03 | 20/9/14
    BBC News
    The search is on for the owner of ticket which scooped 86.7m euros (£68.3m) in the Euromillions jackpot in the Republic of Ireland on Friday. more»
  • The Central American surge: the short and long view

    09:56 | 20/9/14
    La prensa
    Historically, the US has been able to absorb proportionately larger numbers of immigrants than represented by the Central American surge---Cubans and Salvadorans in the early 1980s, Haitians in the mid-1990s, and a century ago, much larger numbers of ... more»
  • Euro at Potentially Significant Turning Point

    09:45 | 20/9/14
    Almost all traditional fundamental signals point to further Euro weakness, and yet we see clear warning signs that such news and sentiment may be overdone. more»
  • €86.7m Euro Millions ticket bought in Ireland

    09:08 | 20/9/14
    The search has begun to locate the lucky person/syndicate who has won the Euro Millions jackpot of €86.7m in Ireland. The winning numbers were; 6, 8, 34, 38, and 48, the Lucky Stars were 3 and 9. The Euromillions became popular in Ireland nine years ... more»
  • Bulgaria's Corpbank rescue in hands of politicians - cen banker

    08:54 | 20/9/14
    ... Iskrov's resignation for failing to come up with a rescue plan proposal and pledged to seek parliamentary support for measures needed for the bank's rescue. more»
  • Wasique wins Spelling Bee

    06:00 | 20/9/14
    The Daily Star
    The Grand Finale wrapped up the third season of Spelling Bee in Bangladesh. The chief guest for the event, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid presented Wasique with the Spelling Bee trophy, while The Daily Star Editor and Publisher MahfuzAnam ... more»
  • Colombian Peso Settled at Good Level, Says Finance Ministry Official

    05:08 | 20/9/14
    International Business Times UK
    Colombia's peso has settled at a comfortable level, after shedding 4.5% in the past month, according to an official from Colombia's finance ministry. more»
  • S&P Affirms Hungary's Rating

    05:03 | 20/9/14
    Wall Street Journal
    The loans were popular and cheap before the financial crisis of 2008, and then payments spiked as the Hungarian forint weakened. more»
  • South Africa's rand under pressure as market grapples with Marcus departure

    04:41 | 20/9/14
    Reuters Africa
    JOHANNESBURG, Sept 19 (Reuters) - South Africa's rand visited a fresh 7-month low on Friday, in a market still coming to terms with the news that well-regarded central bank Governor Gill Marcus will leave her post in November. more»
  • Dollar rises to NT$30.258 on forex

    04:07 | 20/9/14
    China Post
    Institutional selling in the local bourse added downward pressure on the New Taiwan dollar and boosted demand for the U.S. dollar, dealers said. more»
  • Taiwan Business Briefs

    03:56 | 20/9/14
    Taipei Times
    The New Taiwan dollar completed its biggest weekly decline since March, as demand for the greenback increased after US Federal Reserve officials raised their forecast for US borrowing costs. more»
  • America's Secret Weapon to Secure Taiwan's Future: Trade

    03:33 | 20/9/14
    Taiwan has trade agreements of marginal dollar value with several of these twenty-two countries. Outside of this small ... As a result, except for recent agreements with Singapore and New Zealand, Taiwan has been a bystander as Asian FTAs proliferated. more»
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