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Wednesday, 25 January 2017
Pound eyes $1.25 as traders bet British government to lose Brexit case
21:16 | 23/1/17
British Prime Minister Theresa May will learn at 0930 GMT on Tuesday whether the court has upheld a High Court decision in November that her government must get approval from fellow Members of Parliament before triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon ...
Swiss Franc Trading Higher In The Morning Session
20:58 | 23/1/17
For the 24 hours to 23:00 GMT, the USD declined 0.41% against the CHF and closed at 1.0015 on Friday. In the Asian session, at GMT0400, the pair is trading at 0.9985, with the USD trading 0.3% lower against the CHF from Friday's close.
South Korean won, stocks edge up as dollar weakens
19:50 | 23/1/17
Business Recorder (registration) (blog)
SEOUL: The South Korean won and shares ended higher on Monday as the dollar weakened amid uncertainties about new US President Donald Trump's economic policies.
Chris Johns: Weakness of German banks a systemic threat to euro itself
19:26 | 23/1/17
Of course, the euro's premature obituary has been written many times. However, most of the time the source of the fatal injury has been thought likely to come from government debt.
3 Numbers: Mexican peso likely to plumb new lows in Trump era
19:07 | 23/1/17
It's a light day for scheduled economic news, but the potential for market-moving events won't suffer with a new speak-your-mind President at the helm in the US.
Aussie dollar boosted by US caution around Donald Trump
18:15 | 23/1/17
At 3.40pm (AEDT), the Australian dollar was at US75.70 cents, compared with US75.76c late on Friday. It opened Monday's session around US75.30c.
China's central bank 'playing dangerous game' to prop up yuan
17:07 | 23/1/17
China's central bank is playing a dangerous game using the country's foreign reserves to defend the yuan because it could leave the nation defenceless in an increasingly volatile world, a state researcher has warned.
FxWirePro: South Korean won opens onshore trade at 1170.0 per US dollar, faces ...
17:03 | 23/1/17
FxWirePro: South Korean won opens onshore trade at 1,170.0 per U.S. dollar, faces strong support at 1,162. Monday, January 23, 2017 3:57 AM UTC.
FxWirePro: Singapore dollar gains against US dollar ahead of CPI, core CPI data
16:34 | 23/1/17
FxWirePro: Singapore dollar gains against U.S. dollar ahead of CPI, core CPI data. Monday, January 23, 2017 3:26 AM UTC. 0. comments.
3 Emerging Markets Currencies That Goldman Likes
16:07 | 23/1/17
U.S. President Donald Trump has said the dollar is “too strong” and “it's killing us.” The Thai baht, the new Taiwan dollar and the Philippine peso will likely strengthen over the next month, as currency markets gyrate on Trump's comments, according to ...
EM ASIA FX-Yuan, Singapore dollar and rupiah edge higher
16:03 | 23/1/17
CURRENCIES VS U.S. DOLLAR Change on the day at 0249 GMT Currency Latest bid Previous Pct Move day Japan yen 113.57 114.65 +0.95 Sing dlr 1.4185 1.4250 +0.46 Taiwan dlr 31.403 31.533 +0.41 Korean won 1165.30 1169.20 +0.33 Baht 35.30 ...
These Are The Top Foreign Policy Challenges For Botswana In 2017, And After ...
15:59 | 23/1/17
Huffington Post South Africa (blog)
The two countries have been trading partners for decades and instability for the Rand would mean instability for the Pula, which Botswana does not want. Botswana's Central Bank has had to keep on adjusting the Pula's exchange against the Rand by a ...
Chinese yuan strengthens to 6.8572 against USD Monday
15:56 | 23/1/17
BEIJING, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) -- The central parity rate of the Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, strengthened 121 basis points to 6.8572 against the U.S.
Russia Locks In on What's Wrong With Ruble Amid Post-OPEC Frenzy
15:00 | 23/1/17
Untethering the ruble helped Russia ride out the biggest oil downturn in a generation. But it's left the world's biggest energy exporter vulnerable to greater volatility in crude prices as OPEC pushes output cuts.
Japan Inc believes Abe, Trump don't want to see excessive yen weakness ...
14:11 | 23/1/17
An employee of a foreign exchange trading company wears a jacket near monitors showing U.S. President-elect Donald Trump speaking on TV news, and the Japanese yen's exchange rate against the U.S. dollar (top R) in Tokyo, Japan, November 9, 2016.
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