Monday, 15 September 2014

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  • Forex - New Zealand dollar gains after RBNZ holds rates steady

    11:26 | 11/9/14
    Investing.com
    Investing.com - The New Zealand dollar rose on Thursday after the central bank held rates pat and even warned about the high level of the currency impacting scope for further rate hikes. more»
  • Kivalliq Energy Completes Phase 1 Exploration at Genesis

    03:22 | 9/9/14
    Uranium Investing News
    Kivalliq Energy (TSXV:KIV) has completed phase one of its exploration program at its Genesis property. The Genesis Property is a 198,763 hectare (491,154 acres) uranium exploration project situated along the Wollaston Mudjatik structural corridor ... more»
  • NZ dollar falls against US

    17:48 | 9/9/14
    Radio New Zealand
    The US dollar has risen more than half a cent against the New Zealand dollar today. ASB Bank head of external foreign exchange Tim Kelleher said the strengthening greenback is reflecting improvements in the United States economy. more»
  • Sydney's ultimate Asian eating out guide

    16:18 | 9/9/14
    Perth Now
    Source: News Limited. Shui Mai from the Chef's Gallery. Source: News Limited. Palace Chinese Restaurant, Level 1, Shop 38, Piccadilly Tower, 133-145 Castlereagh St, Sydney, 9283 6288, palacechinese.com.au. Among the better options here for city ... more»
  • Forecast Alert: British Pound to Dollar Could Crash by 10% on Exchange Rate ...

    03:56 | 9/9/14
    Pound Sterling Live
    The outlook for the pound sterling (GBP) has turned decidedly bleak as it is revealed Scotland could be headed for an exit from the UK. Latest polling confirms the Yes camp has edged ahead of the No camp, exposing financial markets as being wrong ... more»
  • Scotland and the Euro Omen

    03:00 | 10/9/14
    New York Times (blog)
    This is an astonishing claim to make at this point in history. Economists (starting with my late colleague and friend Peter Kenen) have long argued that sharing a currency without fiscal integration is problematic; the creation of the euro put that ... more»
  • RBNZ's Wheeler: Sees potential for significant fall in the New Zealand dollar

    09:33 | 11/9/14
    ForexLive (blog)
    Eamonn Sheridan worked with Bankers Trust Australia for 13 years as a Spot foreign exchange dealer, trading across all major currencies and all time zones. more»
  • New Zealand Dollar Plummets to New Seven-Month Low Ahead of GDP Data

    17:37 | 12/9/14
    International Business Times UK
    The New Zealand dollar dropped to a new seven-month low on Friday despite a rebound in the REINZ house price index, as the recent central bank comments on the currency continued to weigh on it. more»
  • Indian Rupee Falls Most in a Week as Fed Rate Bets Boost Dollar

    17:03 | 9/9/14
    Bloomberg
    India's rupee fell the most in a week and government bonds declined on speculation an improving U.S. economy will prompt the Federal Reserve to bring forward its timetable for increasing interest rates. more»
  • 3 high-yield stocks for the conservative investor

    16:30 | 8/9/14
    Motley Fool Australia
    Mighty River Power Ltd (ASX: MYT) is a newly listed company that owns geothermal and hydro power plants in New Zealand. With a $3 billion market capitlisation, the company trades on a trailing yield of 5.7% - and this is expected to grow. more»
  • The Next 7: Your guide to this week's entertainment

    06:11 | 14/9/14
    Press & Sun-Bulletin
    “A Week's Worth of Fun” offers ideas for close-to-home fun for the family most days of the week. Finally, “Ongoing Adventures” is your guide ... Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 18-20: Harvest Music Festival, the 19th annual event features Finger Lakes wine ... more»
  • Fremantle Dockers fans arrive early at Patersons Stadium for finals clash with ...

    21:00 | 13/9/14
    Perth Now
    “Police have also advised they will be providing additional resources for the event as a precautionary measure. Patersons Stadium looks ... Any conversations that cause them “concern” and “could fit into the realm of terrorism.” You can call the ... more»