Friday, 27 February 2015

Currencies News

  • Fiji waving goodbye to Union Flag

    19:00 | 27/2/15
    Irish Independent
    Fiji's current flag features the Union Flag in the top left corner, but Mr Bainimarama said it was a symbol of the country's British colonial past. more»
  • Indian Rupee trade lower today: Angel Broking

    18:37 | 27/2/15
    The Indian Rupee appreciated by 0.2 percent yesterday as selling of the American currency by exporters and banks supported the rupee. more»
  • Hong Kong Woman Jailed for Six Years in Maid Abuse Case

    17:41 | 27/2/15
    Wall Street Journal
    A Hong Kong woman convicted of assaulting her Indonesian maid was jailed for six years on Friday, in a case that provoked protests and drew international condemnation over the treatment of migrant workers in the city. more»
  • Indian rupee falls 10 paise against US dollar

    17:18 | 27/2/15
    Financial Express
    Indian Rupee, Rupee vs dollar, Rupee to Dollar, US dollar, dollar rate Indian rupee weakened by 10 paise to 61.85 against the US dollar in early trade today at the Interbank Foreign Exchange. more»
  • Alterra Power Announces HS Orka's 2014 Annual Financial Results

    16:56 | 27/2/15
    (AXY) ("Alterra") announces that its 66.6% owned Icelandic subsidiary, HS Orka hf, today released audited financial and operating results for the twelve month period ended December 31, 2014. more»
  • Government planned for euro collapse

    13:56 | 27/2/15
    Irish Times
    In an interview with The Irish Times ahead of the Labour Party conference, Mr Howlin publicly disclosed for the first time that “elaborate and detailed” plans were made for a euro collapse. He indicated contingency plans were in place for the re ... more»
  • Colorado exports head south in 2014

    13:56 | 27/2/15
    The Denver Post
    Colorado merchandise exports fell 2.1 percent last year, led by an 18.7 percent drop in the value of goods sold to Canada, according to a report Thursday from the Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration. more»
  • Even More Turkish Lira to the Pound

    13:22 | 27/2/15
    Fethiye Times
    The British Pound could buy 3.85 Turkish lira on the wholesale currency by the close of the markets on Thursday. More Turkish Lira to the British pound could be good news for British holidaymakers visiting Turkey for their holidays in 2015. If these ... more»
  • Forex - Japanese yen gains despite weaker jobs and prices data

    13:11 | 27/2/15
    Nasdaq - The Japanese yen held stronger in Asia on Friday after an increase in unemployment and lower than expected consumer prices for January with data on industrial output and retail sales still ahead. more»
  • Forex - Japanese yen gains despite weaker jobss and prices data

    12:48 | 27/2/15 - The Japanese yen held stronger in Asia on Friday after an increase in unemployment and lower than expected consumer prices for January with data on industrial output and retail sales still ahead. more»
  • Coca-Cola Sells $9.5 Billion in Euro-Denominated Bonds

    12:15 | 27/2/15
    Wall Street Journal
    On Thursday, Coca-Cola Co. became the latest American firm to tap the market, selling €8.5 billion ($9.5 billion) worth of new bonds, the largest euro-denominated bond from an American firm on record and the second-largest by any company in the currency. more»
  • Thursday's Mini-Report, 2.26.15

    11:30 | 27/2/15
    Water matters: “The billion-dollar, five-year gamble to build a new middle-class Palestinian city on a West Bank mountaintop was just about to welcome its first residents when the Israeli government decided this month to withhold a basic necessity ... more»
  • In Search of Dalí in Cadaqués

    09:48 | 27/2/15
    Wall Street Journal
    When your stomach starts to pound louder than the drums, head to the nearby El Barocco, whose logo was designed by Dalí. Here the artist would feast on steamed lobster with garlic and Vichy Catalan, before dancing on the tables. more»
  • Australian dollar falls as US data surprises

    09:48 | 27/2/15
    “Core CPI was not the only surprise, durable goods orders also beat expectations.” Mr Speizer expects falling commodity prices and expectations that the US Federal Reserve will raise its interest rate will keep the Australian dollar under pressure in ... more»
  • The unlikely winners of Greece's surrender on euro

    09:48 | 27/2/15
    The Greek government's apparent capitulation in debt negotiations with its euro partners makes it less likely that Athens will be forced out of the common currency. more»
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