Sunday, 24 September 2017

Currencies News

  • The Australian dollar has copped a thrashing

    10:18 | 22/9/17
    Business Insider Australia
    The Australian dollar tumbled across the board on Thursday, undermined by weaker commodity prices and renewed doubts that the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) may be on the cusp of raising interest rates. more»
  • WisdomTree Brazilian Real Strategy Fund (BZF) Needle Moving 1.49%

    10:16 | 22/9/17
    Concord Register
    Shares of WisdomTree Brazilian Real Strategy Fund (BZF) have seen the needle move 1.49% or 0.28 in the most recent session. more»
  • Chaudhry: Moody's ratings 'questionable'

    10:07 | 22/9/17
    Fiji Times
    "If you look at our currency against the greenback, one Fijian Dollar used to be worth just below US60cents. Since 2015 this has dropped to less than US50cents. more»
  • Exports forecast to outpace 7% target

    09:45 | 22/9/17
    Bangkok Post
    Despite the stronger baht, exports grew at a double-digit pace for the fourth straight month in August, up 13.2% to US$21.2 billion (702.5 billion baht), the highest value in four-and-a-half years, as demand for Thai products rose substantially in ... more»
  • Chinese yuan strengthens to 6.5861 against USD Friday

    09:33 | 22/9/17
    Xinhua
    BEIJING, Sept. 22 (Xinhua) -- The central parity rate of the Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, strengthened 6 basis points to 6.5861 against the U.S. more»
  • Don't sweat the euro

    09:00 | 22/9/17
    Business Insider
    In response to a stronger euro, the European Central Bank yesterday cut its inflation forecasts—price gains of 1.2% and 1.5% are now expected in 2018 and 2019, respectively, down from 1.3% and 1.6%. more»
  • Fed keeps rates intact, to pare back holdings

    09:00 | 22/9/17
    The Straits Times
    The central bank's benchmark interest rate will remain in a range of 1 per cent to 1.25 per cent. The news pushed up the US dollar against major currencies, with the greenback up 0.63 per cent against the Singapore dollar to $1.3525. US benchmark 10 ... more»
  • Canadian Financial Close: Canadian dollar slips

    08:48 | 22/9/17
    Western Producer
    Sept. 21 - The Canadian dollar slipped against its U.S. counterpart but managed to regain earlier losses in late-day trading. more»
  • USD/CAD Canadian Dollar Higher as USD Loses Fed Boost

    08:48 | 22/9/17
    MarketPulse (blog)
    The Canadian dollar is higher against its US counterpart on Thursday. The USD surged on Wednesday after the Fed's September policy meeting left hawkish estimates for the path of rate hikes in the US. more»
  • NZ dollar slips as Fed's rate hike, balance sheet views trump local election

    08:48 | 22/9/17
    New Zealand Herald
    The New Zealand dollar fell as the US Federal Reserve signals on balance sheet unwinding and interest rate hikes outweighed gains made earlier in the week after a poll showing the National Party in the lead ahead of tomorrow's vote. more»
  • Australian dollar extends retreat from pre-Fed high

    08:01 | 22/9/17
    The Australian Financial Review
    The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index fell 0.1 per cent after earlier touching the highest in more than two weeks. "The price action likely reflects that the market was looking for the Fed to scrap from the dots a rate hike this year or next," TD Securities ... more»
  • Ronaldo to partner Ronaldo? Brazilian ready to 'get in shape' if Real need goals

    07:41 | 22/9/17
    Goal Canada
    Ronaldo has told Real Madrid that he is ready “to get in shape” and partner namesake Cristiano if they need some added firepower. more»
  • Rupee Doubters Emerge as Cracks Seen in India Macro Picture

    07:15 | 22/9/17
    Bloomberg
    “The risk for the rupee is clearly to the downside for the next few months,” said Nizam Idris, Singapore-based head of foreign-exchange and fixed-income strategy at Macquarie Bank Ltd. more»
  • The last hurdle for Ukraine's recovery

    07:07 | 22/9/17
    Jordan Times
    This progress will likely continue as growth strengthens and Ukraine's currency, the hryvnia, appreciates. Ukraine owes much of its economic strength today to Valeriya Hontareva, the former chair of the central bank who cleaned up the banking sector ... more»
  • EU's Tusk calls summit in December on euro zone future

    07:07 | 22/9/17
    Reuters
    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The chairman of European Union leaders Donald Tusk has called a euro summit for December to discuss improvements to the single currency area after Britain leaves the EU in March 2019, with the aim of reaching decisions on key ... more»
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