Monday, 27 April 2015

Currencies News

  • Egyptian pound steady at official market, stronger on black market

    23:15 | 26/4/15
    Yahoo! Maktoob News
    CAIRO, April 26 (Reuters) - Egypt's central bank kept the pound steady at 7.53 to the dollar at a foreign exchange auction on Sunday while the currency strengthened on the black market. more»
  • Telecom operators slash call rates to quake-hit Nepal

    22:19 | 26/4/15
    Business Standard
    "Starting 11 pm, 25th April , MTS India is treating all calls made from its network to Nepal as local calls, that is, one rupee a minute. This is being done for the next 48 hours to support disaster relief efforts and to enable concerned callers to ... more»
  • Market cap of Taiwan's main board hits new high

    21:45 | 26/4/15
    Market analysts said that since the central bank and the Financial Supervisory Commission are working with each other to curb speculation by foreign investors in the local foreign exchange market in a bid to prevent the Taiwan dollar from rising too ... more»
  • Almonds roasted in debate over California water use

    21:33 | 26/4/15
    Dubuque Telegraph Herald
    SAN FRANCISCO -- California almonds are becoming one of the world's favorite snacks and creating a multibillion-dollar bonanza for agricultural investors. more»
  • Inside Business: Weak euro affecting NI exporters'

    20:37 | 26/4/15
    BBC News
    The weakness of the euro is having a major impact on exporters in Northern Ireland, according to a director of a leading engineering firm. more»
  • SUKUK PIPELINE - Issue plans around the world

    20:37 | 26/4/15
    Zawya (registration)
    QATAR ISLAMIC BANK - Qatar Islamic Bank said in late February that its shareholders had approved the issuance of up to 5 billion riyals ($1.37 billion) of Tier 1 capital-boosting sukuk. JORDAN ISLAMIC BANK - Jordan Islamic Bank, the largest Islamic ... more»
  • Euro accession a turn-off for Polish voters

    19:52 | 26/4/15
    WARSAW (Reuters) - One of the most vocal advocates of Poland's adoption of the euro, President Bronislaw Komorowski, has ditched the issue as he campaigns for re-election next month, a sign of how toxic it has become for voters. more»
  • The Half-Million Dollar Income Project

    19:30 | 26/4/15
    Seeking Alpha
    New Oriental Education, Taiwan Semiconductors, Noble Corporation, Paragon Offshore, and Petroamerica all represent growth plays. more»
  • Almonds roasted in water debate

    19:07 | 26/4/15
    SAN FRANCISCO - California almonds are becoming one of the world's favorite snacks and are creating a multibillion-dollar bonanza for agricultural investors. But the crop extracts a staggering price from the land, consuming more water than all of the ... more»
  • A Greek Default Without An Exit? Why This Could Lead The Euro Lower Still

    18:56 | 26/4/15
    Seeking Alpha
    It seems that Greece may just be able to have its cake and eat it - default on debt repayments while retaining the Euro as the national currency. more»
  • MIDEAST STOCKS-UAE profit-taking may continue; Egypt rate decision no ...

    17:48 | 26/4/15
    The Cairo index began recovering late last week after a bout of weakness which some market players attributed to new tax rules regarding capital gains and dividends. more»
  • Injera Goes Global, Teff Gets Expensive

    17:37 | 26/4/15
    Tadias Magazine
    “A piece of injera used to cost about 50 santeem ($0.02), but now it's nearly four Ethiopian birr ($0.19),” said Nathaniel, the manager of a hotel in the eastern Ethiopian town of Dire Dawa. more»
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