Monday, 21 August 2017

Currencies News

  • Average yields fall on Egypt's three- and nine-month T-bills

    00:56 | 21/8/17
    Times of India
    Demand for Egypt's domestic debt has risen since the central bank floated its pound currency in November as part of an International Monetary Fund loan agreement aimed at reviving the economy. more»
  • FXTM: Egypt Central Bank decision

    00:22 | 21/8/17
    CPI Financial
    The inflationary pressure in Egypt has become untenable since the decision was made to float the Egyptian pound back in late 2016. more»
  • One man's fruit is another man's thorns

    22:52 | 20/8/17
    The fruit also grows in large quantities in the Sinai desert, the New Valley in western Egypt and the Suez Canal city of Ismailia. more»
  • Pound to Euro: Forecast, News, Events for the Coming Week

    22:52 | 20/8/17
    Pound Sterling Live
    The Pound to Euro exchange rate has continued to fall because of fears over the economy in light of the UK's planned departure from the EU. more»
  • Half-a-million-dollar embezzler to be sentenced August 24

    21:22 | 20/8/17
    Borneo Bulletin Online
    THE Intermediate Court will hand down its sentence to a 37-year-old government servant on August 24, 2017 for misappropriating revenue collections to the tune of almost half a million Brunei dollars while under the employment of the Ministry of Health ... more»
  • Demand for Saudi riyals up due to haj

    18:03 | 20/8/17
    He clarified that the risk lies in the quick change of the currency exchange rate which might cause big losses to the exchanger in the event of an exchange rate decrease, except the US dollar, which has a fixed rate in exchange for the Saudi riyal. more»
  • USD stable at KD 0.301

    18:00 | 20/8/17
    Kuwait News Agency
    KUWAIT, Aug 20 (KUNA) -- The exchange rate of the US Dollar against the Kuwaiti Dinar was stable at KD 0.301, so was the Euro at KD 0.355, said the Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) Sunday. more»
  • Rupee sags amid jitters about looming conflicts

    17:03 | 20/8/17
    Nikkei Asian Review
    NEW DELHI -- The Indian rupee fell to the U.S. dollar for six consecutive days earlier this month, the result of investors' moves to dump emerging currencies. more»
  • Here Is the Way to Find Out if the Euro Is Giving Mario Draghi Sleepless Nights

    16:52 | 20/8/17
    A Deutsche Bank economist has found a way to gauge how concerned Mario Draghi might be about the euro. As Mark Wall points out, the ECB president has commented rather sparingly on the currency swings since he took office in 2011. more»
  • Egypt: The market shrugs off higher interest rates, again

    16:41 | 20/8/17
    ... taken in stride the surprise interest rate hike by the Central Bank of Egypt in early July. Once again, the CBE bucked expectations by raising rates by another 200 basis points, for a total 700-point increase since the float of the Egyptian pound ... more»
  • Taking Aim at Shares of CurrencyShares Singapore Dollar Trust (:FXSG) and ...

    15:56 | 20/8/17
    FLBC News
    Investors are sharpening their focus on shares of CurrencyShares Singapore Dollar Trust (:FXSG). The stock saw a move of 0.86% during the latest trading session. more»
  • In Mauritius, Secluded Beaches, Verdant Hills and Harmony

    15:16 | 20/8/17
    The volcanic isle was first discovered by the Arabs in A.D. 975; but when the Dutch landed on Mauritius in 1598, it was uninhabited - aside from wildlife like the dodo, a bird famously rendered extinct by Europeans but still resplendent on Mauritian ... more»
  • Do not allow the Cedi to fall – Razia Khan

    14:48 | 20/8/17
    The Chief Economist for Africa at the Standard Chartered Bank, Razia Khan, has advised Ghana against any attempt to allow the cedi to fall to what some consider to be “its true value,” warning that it could drive up the country's debt to GDP ratio. more»
  • PNG economy in trouble

    12:00 | 20/8/17
    The Papua New Guinea economy is in trouble and the Treasurer, Charles Abel, said he'll devise a plan within a hundred days of the government taking office to try and cope. more»
  • At odds over ringgit trading in S'pore

    11:37 | 20/8/17
    The Star Online
    “The Malaysian ringgit is a non-internationalised currency and thus, offshore trading of the ringgit in any form whether as a non-deliverable forward traded out of offshore financial centres or as a futures, options and other derivative contracts on ... more»
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