Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Currencies News

  • ASIA MARKETS: Euro Slides, Dragging Down Asian Stock Markets

    17:30 | 20/11/17
    Fox Business
    The collapse in Germany of talks to form a new coalition government sent the euro sliding in early Asian trading Monday, weighing on stocks there, while Chinese stocks slid on fresh concerns about the impact of new regulations. more»
  • Gold prices rise as US dollar slumps

    17:18 | 20/11/17
    Myanmar Times
    The dollar was also lower against most emerging market currencies, but traded sideways against the Myanmar kyat. The exchange rate held steady at around K1363 to the dollar. more»
  • SA markets, rand get stronger

    17:18 | 20/11/17
    Independent Online
    JOHANNESBURG - South African financial markets moved into positive territory last Thursday and Friday after three days of geopolitical uncertainty due to the junk downgrading sword over the country's head, as well as poor performances on global markets ... more»
  • Some feel rupee could go up to 63, but most see moderate upside

    16:56 | 20/11/17
    Economic Times
    This calendar year, the rupee has ranked third in the Asian market pack in terms of total investment returns adjusted for interest rates, ahead of the Chinese renminbi, Thai baht, Japanese yen and the Philippine peso, trailing the Malaysian ringgit and ... more»
  • Rupee trades little changed against US dollar

    16:53 | 20/11/17
    Indian 10-year bond yield dropped most in a year on Monday after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) scrapped plans to sell bonds worth Rs10,000 crore via open market operations. more»
  • Euro Looks to Hold onto Gains During US Holiday Week

    16:45 | 20/11/17
    The Euro is proving resilient as economic data trends continue to hold up quite well as pockets of negativity have popped up for many other major currencies. more»
  • BTS: 5 Things to Know About the Korean-Pop Boy Band Making Their Performance ...

    16:38 | 20/11/17
    They may be making their performance debut at the 2017 American Music Awards, but this is far from the the first time BTS have found themselves in front of the cameras. more»
  • Euro Drops After German Coalition Talks Collapse

    16:37 | 20/11/17
    Wall Street Journal
    The euro fell on Monday in Asia after Chancellor Angela Merkel's efforts to form a government in Germany collapsed overnight, leaving the eurozone's largest economy in political limbo almost two months after its general election. more»
  • Thailand Q3 GDP beats estimates

    16:00 | 20/11/17
    Financial Times
    Thailand's economic growth for the three months to September was stronger than forecast the fastest pace since early 2013. more»
  • Indian rupee opens higher at 64.97 per dollar

    15:37 | 20/11/17
    The Indian rupee opened marginally higher at 64.97 per dollar on Monday against 65.01 Friday. Pramit Brahmbhatt of Veracity said, "Considering the indecisive movement of the equity market, the rupee is expected to trade sideways. more»
  • Asia stocks falter as weakness in China markets dim mood

    15:15 | 20/11/17
    On Monday, the Thai baht THB=TH rose to its highest in more than 2-1/2 years. Position unwinding ahead of this week's Thanksgiving holiday could keep the dollar's gains in check, market participants said. more»
  • Asia stocks wilt as China weakness dims mood, euro skids

    15:15 | 20/11/17
    DXY, as the euro fell 0.5 percent to $1.1734 EUR=. Talks among four German parties seeking to form a coalition government following an election that weakened Chancellor Angela Merkel broke down on Sunday after the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) ... more»
  • Nov 20: Ringgit opens higher against US dollar

    15:15 | 20/11/17
    New Straits Times Online
    The local note rose against the Singapore dollar to 3.0640/0678 from 3.0656/0685 last Friday, but decreased against the yen to 3.7054/7096 from 3.6961/6998. more»
  • Ringgit opens higher against US dollar

    15:15 | 20/11/17
    Malay Mail Online
    Malaysian ringgit notes are seen among US dollar bills in this photo illustration taken in Singapore. - Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, Nov 20 - The ringgit opened higher against the US dollar today on higher demand as a result of the positive spillover ... more»
  • Euro Slides on German Political Uncertainty

    15:03 | 20/11/17
    Wall Street Journal
    Political limbo in Germany following failed talks to form a new coalition government set the euro sliding in early trading in Asia, but largely had little impact on the region's stock markets. more»
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