Friday, 03 October 2014

Currencies

  • Ukraine doubles stonefruit imports year-on-year

    02:07 | 3/10/14
    FreshPlaza
    ... Ukraine's total stonefruit imports. Analysts believe that stonefruit imports stood a good chance to be even higher if not for extremely low demand for imported fruits due to the devaluation of the Ukrainian hryvnia and a decrease in Ukrainians ... more»
  • BIG PICTURE - Action Hotels set for quick returns

    00:37 | 3/10/14
    Proactive Investors UK
    The company has signed a 20-year lease agreement on an existing residential development and will undertake a refurbishment and conversion of the interior of the Ras al-Khaimah Hotel in the United Arab Emirates. The expected project cost to Action ... more»
  • Dollar And Euro Back To Trend

    00:34 | 3/10/14
    Wall Street Journal (blog)
    Currencies have been back in focus, particularly the dollar and the euro which have staged some dramatic moves this year. But on a longer term perspective, they've only just got back to trend. more»
 
 
 
 
Recent News
  • UPDATE 1-Dubai bourse may see further listings by year-end - chairman

    00:26 | 3/10/14
    Reuters
    ... parks division. Emirates NBD, Goldman Sachs and HSBC have been chosen to arrange the deal, according to banking sources. (US dollar = 3.6728 United Arab Emirates dirham) (Writing by Archana Narayanan; Editing by David French and David Evans) ... more»
  • FC Basel continue to offer hope for Europe's forgotten leagues

    23:30 | 2/10/14
    YahooXtra Blogs (blog)
    Ahmed Hamoudi, 24, was plucked from Egyptian Premier League club Smouha for less than one million euros, while 20-year-old Paraguayan Derlis Gonzalez cost a princely 3 million euros. He was signed from Benfica although he never played for the ... more»
  • Vietnam's southern stock market ends up

    23:07 | 2/10/14
    GlobalPost
    About 180.214 million shares worth 3.256 trillion Vietnamese dong (VND) (153.26 million U.S. dollars) changed hands at the southern HCM City Stock Exchange. more»
  • Pound Sterling (GBP) to Thai Baht (THB) Trading Close to 16-Day Low despite ...

    23:07 | 2/10/14
    Exchange Rate News
    The Pound to Thai Baht (GBP/THB) exchange rate was hovering around a two and a half week low as the Thai currency was supported by a weakened US Dollar (USD) and as investors shrugged off positive UK and softer Thai economic data releases. more»
  • Inflation expected to tick up

    22:56 | 2/10/14
    The Bostwana Gazette
    ... propelling the central bank to avoid increasing interest rates, which could lead to increased SA inflation and ultimately imported inflationary pressures to the economy of Botswana. “Going forward we expect inflation to tick up slightly but ... more»
  • Bond King Bill Gross Departs for Realm of the Unknown

    22:56 | 2/10/14
    Businessweek
    The prospect of Pimco selling holdings to meet customer demands for cash caused a selloff in Treasuries, inflation-protected bonds, and the Mexican peso. “Asset managers do change, but usually it is orderly and planned,” says Scott Burns of Morningstar ... more»
  • Did The Australian Dollar Just Bottom?

    22:56 | 2/10/14
    Seeking Alpha (registration)
    The Australian dollar is rebounding sharply from a poor reaction to Australia's August retail sales report. The forex trading action suggests a bottoming process is finally underway for the currency. more»
  • Australian dollar recovers but another poor day for the local share market

    22:33 | 2/10/14
    Yahoo!7 News
    The Australian dollar has recovered from its falls earlier in the week, rising strongly on positive economic data, but it was another poor day for the local share market. more»
  • Poland's PZU says may issue subordinated debt by year-end

    22:22 | 2/10/14
    Reuters
    After issuing 500 million euros worth of senior debt earlier this year, Poland's state-run PZU is in talks with KNF watchdog over a planned subordinated debt issue worth up to 3 billion zlotys ($907 million). more»
  • Bulgaria's Corpbank Failure Fans Voter Anger Before Vote

    22:02 | 2/10/14
    Bloomberg
    Banking Crisis. Corpbank's seizure pushed the country to the brink of its worst banking crisis since 1997, when the central bank was forced to peg the lev and form a currency board to stabilize the economic system after millions of Bulgarians lost ... more»
  • New Issue- IADB adds 250 bln Indonesian Rupiah to 2018 bond

    22:00 | 2/10/14
    Reuters
    Issue Amount 250 billion Indonesian Rupiah. Maturity Date September 12, 2018. Coupon 7.35 pct. Payment Date October 16, 2014. more»
  • Why the Singapore Dollar is Starring Into the Abyss

    21:48 | 2/10/14
    Investing.com
    Singapore is regarded as the “safe haven” or Switzerland of Asia. While on the surface Singapore is the economy to which most others can only aspire to one day become, beneath the scenes is a very fragile economy highly dependent on the cost of capital ... more»