Tuesday, 26 September 2017

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  • Ringgit lower against US$

    15:00 | 21/9/17
    The Star Online
    “The next target for the ringgit is at 4.10-15 level with topside resistance at 4.25 against the US dollar,” said Innes. Against other major currencies, however, the ringgit was traded mostly higher. more»
  • Steam Will Sell Games In Australian Dollars Soon

    12:32 | 23/9/17
    Kotaku Australia
    One of the longest running bugbears of Steam is that Australians have always, since its inception, been forced to pay for games in American dollars. But finally, after years of lobbying, that could be about to change. In an update for War of the ... more»
  • USD/CAD Canadian Dollar Flat Ahead of Geopolitical Weekend Risk

    08:37 | 23/9/17
    MarketPulse (blog)
    The Canadian dollar was flat on Friday as the US dollar rally triggered by the hawkish economic projections published on Wednesday by the Fed were offset by rising risk concerns about North Korea. more»
  • North American stock indexes finish week flat, Canadian dollar up

    08:41 | 23/9/17
    CTV News
    In currency markets, the Canadian dollar was trading at an average price of 81.19 cents US, up 0.15 of a cent. On the commodities front, the November crude contract added 11 cents at US$50.66 per barrel and the October natural gas contract was up one ... more»
  • Sensex sinks 448 points; rupee recovers from its near six-month low

    09:33 | 23/9/17
    Gulf Times
    Philippines peso was up 0.79%, Japanese yen 0.40%, Singapore dollar 0.30%, Indonesian rupiah 0.2%, Taiwan dollar 0.17%, Thai baht 0.05%. more»
  • Runner in online police impersonation scams jailed 22 months

    19:52 | 20/9/17
    Yahoo Singapore News
    The following morning, Lim was tasked to collect the money from an unknown person in Johor Bahru and then have it converted to Malaysian ringgit at an unlicensed money changer, after which he was to remit the equivalent sum in yuan to a Chinese bank ... more»
  • Here's Why the British Pound Saw a Sharp Rise

    00:22 | 20/9/17
    Market Realist
    The British pound continued to appreciate after the Bank of England gave wings to the British currency. The British pound is headed for its fourth weekly positive close in a row backed by the strong August inflation print and the hawkish statement from ... more»
  • Iceberg fuels fears of sea level rise - The Sunshine Coast Daily

    18:46 | 19/9/17
    The Sunshine Coast Daily
    This November 10, 2016 aerial photo released by NASA shows a rift in the Antarctic Peninsula's Larsen C ice shelf. It has since broken away as a vast iceberg. John Sonntag. A TRILLION-tonne iceberg with the mass of five and a half Mt Everests has split  more»
  • TSX up 25 points in midafternoon trading; Canadian dollar down

    06:00 | 19/9/17
    Times Colonist
    The Dow Jones industrial average was up 81.96 points to 22,350.30. The Standard & Poor's 500 index was up 6.37 points to 2,506.60. more»
  • Sihuan Pharmaceutical Holdings Group Ltd (0460.HK) Needle Moving on Volume

    15:11 | 20/9/17
    Ozark Times
    Shares of Sihuan Pharmaceutical Holdings Group Ltd (0460.HK) have seen the needle move -1.63% or -0.05 in the most recent session. more»
  • The Euro Crisis Isn't Over

    08:48 | 20/9/17
    U.S. News & World Report
    As the eurozone economic recovery begins to gain traction and as the credit rating agencies start to upgrade former eurozone deadbeat countries, the conventional wisdom seems to be that the euro crisis is now safely behind us. It would be wonderful if ... more»
  • Euro Might Correct Lower Vs Japanese Yen

    20:03 | 20/9/17
    Investing.com
    The Euro made good ground this week and moved above the 134.00 level against the Japanese Yen. The EUR/JPY pair traded as high as 134.17 and is currently correcting lower. more»