Friday, 15 December 2017

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  • Ringgit to trade between 4.06 - 4.11 against US Dollar next week

    15:37 | 9/12/17
    New Straits Times Online
    “The ringgit should have a bit more room to rally as the real domestic and external positive sentiments should outweigh speculative wagers on the US dollar,” he told Bernama. Data released by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry showed ... more»
  • Canadian Dollar Edges Higher

    01:56 | 13/12/17
    MarketPulse (blog)
    The Canadian dollar has edged higher in the Tuesday session. Currently, USD/CAD is trading at 1.2828, down 0.22% on the day. more»
  • REG-Serabi Gold plc : Updated Mineral Resource and Mineral Reserve Statement

    20:07 | 11/12/17
    Kitco News
    Underground Mineral Resources are reported within classification domains inclusive of in-situ dilution at a cut-off grade of 3.10 g/t gold assuming an underground extraction scenario, a gold price of US$1,500/oz, a 3.5:1 Brazilian Real to U.S. Dollar ... more»
  • The euro, not Bitcoin, is the real time bomb

    09:37 | 9/12/17
    Bitcoin will probably crash. But so, in time, will the euro Credit: MARK BLINCH/Reuters. Don't worry: even if Bitcoin crashes, it won't destroy the world economy. more»
  • New Zealand Dollar Cheers “Market Friendly” RBNZ Appointment - What to Watch ...

    02:07 | 12/12/17
    Pound Sterling Live
    The New Zealand Dollar soared in London Monday after the Kiwi government announced it has filled the vacant seat at the very top of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, removing some of the uncertainty around NZ monetary policy. more»
  • Businesses expect weak NZ dollar

    10:11 | 11/12/17
    Radio New Zealand
    Since then the US dollar has strengthened and uncertainty, first about the election and then about the policies of the new government, has knocked the currency lower. more»
  • Finance news you need to know today

    10:00 | 11/12/17
    HOUSING FINANCE - The latest monthly value of home loan approvals have surpassed market expectations with surprising strength in investor lending. more»
  • Spark, Vodafone scorn 'self-serving' 5G build proposal

    16:52 | 8/12/17
    Dec. 8 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's two largest mobile telecommunications providers, Spark and Vodafone, have poured scorn on a proposal by fixed broadband network owner Chorus that the next generation of so-called 5G mobile technology should be built ... more»
  • Dollar dips on inflation outlook; yen gains after New York blast

    04:22 | 12/12/17
    The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies .DXY was last down 0.07 percent at 93.83. The Japanese yen and the Swiss franc both gained on Monday after the explosion at New York's Port Authority, and police said one suspect was injured and ... more»
  • Britain's involvement in Yemen is making the situation worse

    00:03 | 10/12/17
    Driving through the monotonous desert that connects Yemen's eastern provinces to the country's northern highlands, the only break in the road as it heads towards a liquefied mirage are rusting oil barrels and makeshift wooden huts that mark the regular ... more»
  • Voice Brand Agency scoops three coveted gold awards

    20:15 | 8/12/17
    Voice Brand Agency scoops three coveted gold awards at Asia-Pacific brand awards New Zealand’s Voice Brand Agency has won three gold, a silver and a bronze award at the Transform Awards Asia-Pacific 2017 held in Hong Kong on 6 December. Voice ... more»
  • Aussie dollar poised for a surge in 2018

    07:00 | 8/12/17
    Improving global growth and synchronised interest rate hikes could drive the Australian dollar as high as 90 US cents next year, an economist says. more»
  • Malaysian Ringgit outlook for week of Dec 11

    17:07 | 9/12/17
    MarketPulse (blog)
    Oanda Corp Head of Trading for Asia Pacific, Stephen Innes said the ringgit is expected to be traded between 4.06 and 4.11 next week, despite the greenback continuing to strengthen. more»
  • The Australian dollar is looking 'vulnerable'

    10:00 | 11/12/17
    Business Insider Australia
    Looking to the session ahead, there's nothing on the calendar in Asia that appears likely to generate any significant volatility across markets, including the Australian dollar. There's also very little on the radar in Europe and North America with ... more»
  • NZ dollar holds steady against US dollar

    09:03 | 11/12/17
    New Zealand Herald
    The New Zealand dollar held steady against the greenback after US employment figures continued to show flat wages in the world's biggest economy. more»