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Weekly Newsletter
for week ending 21/04/2015
Top 5 NZX Trades This Week
CodeWk OpenWk HighWk LowWk LastWk VolumeWk Change
SPK2.9352.9902.8752.8853,712,1030.0501.73%
ANBHB102.70102.90102.49102.50590,2000.200.20%
MELCA1.8851.9901.9001.8707,227,4320.0150.80%
SKC4.2004.1704.0704.090951,5750.1102.69%
FPH6.8806.9906.7006.720591,5840.1602.38%
NZSX 50
NZSX 50 Index
ASX ALL ORDS
ASX All Ordinaries Index
NZD/USD
Foreign Exchange NZD/USD
DOW JONES
Dow Jones Index
NASDAQ
NASDAQ Index
FTSE 100
FTSE 100 Index
This Weeks Top Stories
JPMorgan tips energy stocks to soar this year as Australian dollar drops
14 Apr 2015 17:15 The Australian Financial Review
Oil stocks have got a big tick from JP Morgan, with the investment bank forecasting that the falling Australian dollar will offset the damage caused by falling prices of crude oil.  more...
NZ dollar may be driven lower
15 Apr 2015 05:06 New Zealand Herald
China's growth data is expected to show a 7 per cent annual increase in gross domestic product. File photo / Greg Bowker. The New Zealand dollar remains under downward pressure as the market awaits China's first-quarter GDP report today and the next ...  more...
The New Zealand Dollar's Big Moment
18 Apr 2015 13:18 The Diplomat
New Zealanders visiting Australia have long struggled with the currency conversation rate. This may be a thing of the past, given that the New Zealand dollar is now, for the first time in decades, trading almost at parity with the Aussie dollar. At the ...  more...
New Zealand dollar nears parity with Australia's
16 Apr 2015 01:30 CBC.ca
The kiwi, as the New Zealand dollar is called, is poised to surpass the Aussie dollar in value for the first time since the currencies were freely traded on international markets in the early 1980s.  more...
ECB's Draghi Rejects Talk of Greek Exit From Euro
19 Apr 2015 06:22 Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—European Central Bank President Mario Draghi rejected speculation that Greece may be forced to abandon the euro, reiterating that the single eurozone currency is irrevocable. At a news conference on Saturday during meetings of the ...  more...
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