Sunday, 24 May 2015

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  • Corporate updates boost FTSE 100

    20:26 | 18/5/15
    expressandstar.com
    Marks & Spencer shares also got in on the act ahead of the company's results on Wednesday as the FTSE 100 Index climbed 39.1 points to 6999.6. more»
  • Australian dollar slightly lower after weak US data

    08:55 | 18/5/15
    The Australian
    “The US dollar ... fell amid weak economic data. All the US data releases undershot their median estimates, notably consumer sentiment which caused the sharpest currency moves during the evening,” Mr Speizer said. more»
  • Weekly Exchange Rate Forecasts for British Pound Sterling, Euro and US Dollar

    05:26 | 18/5/15
    Exchange Rates UK
    Monday saw Sterling full of strength as investors responded to the outcome of the UK General Election with gusto. An outright win for the Conservatives was completely unexpected and far preferable to the forecast hung parliament and consequent ... more»
  • NZ dollar slips as US dollar gains

    09:33 | 20/5/15
    NEWS.com.au
    The New Zealand dollar slipped to 92.66 Australian cents from 92.83 cents , it advanced to 65.80 euro cents from 65.63 cents, edged lower to 47.30 British pence from 47.39 pence and weakened to 88.56 yen from 89 yen ahead of Japanese first quarter GDP ... more»
  • Would leaving euro be more of a catastrophe for Greece than staying?

    22:41 | 17/5/15
    The Guardian (blog)
    Yanis Varoufakis rues the day when Greece joined the euro. The Greek finance minister says his country would be better off if it was still using the drachma. more»
  • Sterling Hammered as UK Enters Deflation for First Time Since 1960

    21:11 | 19/5/15
    Pound Sterling Live
    The pound sterling is under selling pressure as the UK falls into deflation for the first time in decades. The pound slumped heavily against the US dollar and commodity currencies in the wake of the data release at 09:30. more»
  • McDonald's biggest euro bond sale extends record

    11:37 | 19/5/15
    Salt Lake Tribune
    U.S. borrowers from BlackRock to Coca-Cola have issued a record 49.8 billion euros of bonds this year, more than double the 22.5 billion euros sold in the same period of 2014, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The companies are taking advantage of ... more»
  • More proof that the lower Aussie dollar is helping the economy

    12:33 | 18/5/15
    Business Insider Australia
    RBA deputy Governor Phil Lowe's speech today was wide-ranging, touching on the Australian economic transition and the global transition to low-interest rates. more»
  • New Zealand Dollar Outlook Less Clear

    03:56 | 22/5/15
    DailyFX
    Heads Up: USD Kansas City Fed Manf. Activity (MAY) is due at 15:00 GMT (15mins). -4 estimate, -7 prior. Heads Up: USD Kansas City Fed Manf. more»
  • Australian dollar slides after ECB bond move

    14:48 | 20/5/15
    The Australian
    OANDA Australia and Asia Pacific senior trader Stephen Innes said the Australian dollar, like many currencies, had been falling against a strengthening greenback. more»
  • Greek 'moment of truth' hits the euro

    20:37 | 20/5/15
    Telegraph.co.uk
    ... Moscovici said "big gaps" remained on the thorny issues of pensions and labour market reforms. Mr Moscovici added that talks were progressing at a faster pace than over the last three months, but there remained "no plan B, Greece must say in the euro". more»
  • CPC, Formosa to cut fuel prices on NT dollar gains

    03:56 | 18/5/15
    Taipei Times
    The state-run company saidthat the prices also factored in the New Taiwan dollar's appreciation of NT$0.043 against the US dollar, leading domestic oil prices to fall 0.99 percent this week from last week. more»
Global Indices
CodeLastChange
NZ505,77670.12%
COMP5,08910.03%
DJI18,232540.29%
SP5002,12650.22%
DAX11,815500.42%
FTSE7,032180.26%
NI22520,264620.30%
TWI77.320.480.62%
Currencies
CodeLastChange
EURUSD1.1010.0100.88%
NZDUSD0.72940.00580.79%
AUDUSD0.78240.00660.84%
NZDAUD0.93380.00310.33%