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for week ending 2/07/2015
Top 5 NZX Trades This Week
CodeWk OpenWk HighWk LowWk LastWk VolumeWk Change
ATM0.60000.77000.64000.75005,738,0130.150020.00%
FBU8.3408.3408.1008.1202,340,9370.2202.71%
KMD1.6201.4401.2801.7302,187,7720.1106.36%
SPK2.8152.8702.7802.7856,546,7610.0301.08%
GNE1.9451.8951.7401.7751,048,9560.1709.58%
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
New Zealand Dollar Forecast Firmly in Favor of Depreciation
26 Jun 2015 02:26 DailyFX
NZDUSD - The ratio of long to short positions in the NZDUSD stands at 2.75 as 73% of traders are long. Yesterday the ratio was 3.10; 76% of open positions were long.  more...
New Zealand Dollar Climbs as Trade Balance Data Helps Offset RBNZ Warning
26 Jun 2015 12:56 DailyFX
The New Zealand Dollar climbed 0.5 percent versus its US namesake after the country's trade balance posted an unexpected surplus and the year-to-date, 12-month deficit contracted for the first time in 9 months (-NZ$2.57 billion).  more...
Greece Now Has to Decide Whether to Leave the Euro. It's Not a No-Brainer.
30 Jun 2015 02:03 Mother Jones
First, much as the prospect of euro exit frightens everyone - me included - the troika is now effectively demanding that the policy regime of the past five years be continued indefinitely.  more...
The euro was a big mistake, and Greece is paying the price
01 Jul 2015 03:50 Vox
The euro, as it currently exists, is an economic disaster. And millions of people in Greece, Spain, and elsewhere in Europe are paying the price.  more...
New Zealand Dollar v Pound: Consolidation or More Losses?
28 Jun 2015 23:15 Pound Sterling Live
The pound sterling remains positively aligned against the NZ dollar with a recent pullback proving short-lived. We had been concerned that the rally higher, in place since April, was due a pause owing to fatigue but any hopes for a reprieve may look ...  more...
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