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Weekly Newsletter
for week ending 26/06/2017
Top 5 NZX Trades This Week
CodeWk OpenWk HighWk LowWk LastWk VolumeWk Change
ATM3.8504.1503.8904.0403,373,6990.1904.70%
FBU7.9508.0707.7507.7501,993,3000.2002.58%
XRO24.7926.2024.8026.02181,8591.234.73%
FPH11.2011.3110.9511.071,443,7770.131.17%
ZEL7.7107.7507.4507.470757,4160.2403.21%
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
South Korea Tests Missile As President Speaks Of Need To 'Dominate' North
24 Jun 2017 05:15 NPR
When Moon won South Korea's presidency last month, he was seen as likely to return to the "Sunshine Policy" of engaging with North Korea through dialogue and economic aid. But today he said "dialogue is only possible when we have a strong military, and ...  more...
NZ dollar steady, markets looking ahead to next week's US data
24 Jun 2017 07:52 The National Business Review
The New Zealand dollar was largely unchanged, holding the gains it made when the central bank held rates steady Thursday and - contrary to expectations - was relatively sanguine about the kiwi's strength.  more...
Arkansas Tries To Stop An Epidemic Of Herbicide Damage
24 Jun 2017 10:07 NPR
"Nobody was quite prepared, despite extensive training, for just how sensitive beans were to dicamba," says Bob Scott, a specialist on weeds with the University of Arkansas's agricultural extension service. As soon as spraying started ... The growers ...  more...
Hedgers Net Short The Euro, US Market Rotates; 2 Horsemen Set To Ride?
24 Jun 2017 06:22 Seeking Alpha
Commercial hedging data are bearish for the Euro, supporting our forward view of a bullish US dollar. The US stock market has been rotating from one sector to another as speculation rolls on.  more...
Canadian Dollar Slammed by Weak CPI, RSI Threatens Bearish Formation
24 Jun 2017 01:30 DailyFX
The Canadian dollar struggles to hold its ground as the region's Consumer Price Index (CPI) unexpectedly slipped to an annualized 1.3% from 1.6% in April, with the core rate of inflation also missing market expectations as the figure held steady at 1.3 ...  more...
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