Saturday, 25 November 2017

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  • HK to pay 7pc more for water

    08:52 | 22/11/17
    Hong Kong Standard
    According to the government, the higher costs reflect higher operation charges, yuan-Hong Kong dollar exchange rate and "relevant price indexes" in both Hong Kong and Guangdong. more»
  • MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares up on A2, Port of Tauranga gains

    20:33 | 22/11/17
    MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares up on A2, Port of Tauranga gains while F&P Healthcare falls further  more»
  • Fitch: Blame Politics For NAFTA Breakdown

    07:56 | 22/11/17
    Today, one dollar will get you 18.78 pesos. The peso is much weaker today than it was when the NAFTA law was signed in 1993. Over the last 10 years, the Mexican peso has weakened as much as against the dollar as the Pakistani rupee, a small frontier ... more»
  • NZ dollar drops to 17-month low, 90-day bank bills hit record low, swap rates fall

    08:41 | 20/11/17
    New Zealand Herald
    The New Zealand dollar is trading near its lowest levels in almost 19 months after falling below 69 US cents for the first time since June 2016, while 90-day bank bills fell to a record low and swap rates declined, as sentiment was dented by weaker ... more»
  • Euro Disney Planning Blockbuster New Attraction For 2024

    06:26 | 23/11/17
    Theme park operator Euro Disney has revealed that it plans to open “a major new attraction” in 2024 as part of a $2.4 billion (€2.1 billion) investment drive following the takeover of the French resort by media giant The Walt Disney Company. more»
  • Will British Pound Hold Its Ground This Week?

    00:03 | 22/11/17
    Market Realist
    The British pound (FXB) appreciated by 0.17% against the US dollar (UUP) for the week ending November 17. The pound (GBB) closed for the week at 1.3, managing to weather the Brexit and political uncertainty. more»
  • NZ dollar holds gains vs greenback

    17:41 | 22/11/17
    The New Zealand dollar was trading at US68.26c as at 5pm in Wellington versus 68.31c at the start of the day and from 68.01c late Tuesday. more»
  • Singapore Dollar Currencyshares (FXSG) Price Lingering Above the Cloud

    18:48 | 19/11/17
    JCTY News
    Singapore Dollar Currencyshares (FXSG) shares opened the last session at $71.93, touching a high of $71.96 and a low of $71.92 , yielding a change of -0.44. more»
  • Media: KDB form and praise from a Brazilian legend

    21:26 | 21/11/17
    Manchester City
    When translated from Spanish, the story reads: “If anything is showing this start of the season it's that Real Madrid needs new reinforcements and the list of candidates to reach the Santiago Bernabéu is wide. more»
  • Brent Crude Oil And The Indian Rupee

    07:00 | 23/11/17
    These countries have an inverse relation with oil prices, putting severe pressure on the economy. Here we have a 10-year analysis, understanding the historic trend between the Indian rupee and Brent Crude prices and if the correlation does exist. more»
  • UBS: British Pound to Fall to Within 5 Cents of Parity vs. the Euro

    19:45 | 23/11/17
    Pound Sterling Live
    A fresh set of forecasts and analysis released by the Zurich-based institution shows that the Pound is expected to fall to within 5 cents of parity with the Euro, but the UK unit should fare better against the Dollar and maintain ground above $1.30. more»
  • USD/CAD – Canadian Dollar Steady, Wholesale Sales Ahead

    01:56 | 21/11/17
    MarketPulse (blog)
    The Canadian dollar has edged lower in the Monday session. Currently, USD/CAD is trading at 1.2788, up 0.15% on the day. On the release front, the sole indicator is US CB Leading Index, with an estimate of 0.6%. more»
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