Sunday, 19 April 2015

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  • New Zealand Dollar: GBP Under Pressure as Hedge Funds Sell

    01:30 | 13/4/15
    Pound Sterling Live
    The pound sterling is currently seen trading at 1.9413 against the New Zealand dollar. GBP/NZD has fallen from a 2015 peak of 2.0936 confirming to us momentum is to the downside. more»
  • JPMorgan tips energy stocks to soar this year as Australian dollar drops

    17:15 | 14/4/15
    The Australian Financial Review
    Oil stocks have got a big tick from JP Morgan, with the investment bank forecasting that the falling Australian dollar will offset the damage caused by falling prices of crude oil. more»
  • NZ dollar may be driven lower

    05:06 | 15/4/15
    New Zealand Herald
    China's growth data is expected to show a 7 per cent annual increase in gross domestic product. File photo / Greg Bowker. The New Zealand dollar remains under downward pressure as the market awaits China's first-quarter GDP report today and the next ... more»
  • Australian Dollar, SA Rand Hit by Brutal Chinese Data

    01:18 | 14/4/15
    Pound Sterling Live
    The pound sterling has surged higher against the South African Rand, Australian dollar and those other commodity currencies exposed to the Chinese economy. more»
  • New Zealand's rock star economy takes centre stage as currency climbs

    16:30 | 12/4/15
    The Guardian
    Paul Bloxham, the HSBC economist who first called New Zealand a rock star economy, says the New Zealand dollar is going to be strong for some time because the NZ economy is strong. more»
  • Euro to Dollar: Downside Favoured Towards 1.05

    02:03 | 13/4/15
    Pound Sterling Live
    The single biggest reason for the recent decline in the euro against the US dollar has been a shift in the currency market's pricing of an expected June interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve. more»
  • New Zealand dollar nears parity with Australia's

    01:30 | 16/4/15
    The kiwi, as the New Zealand dollar is called, is poised to surpass the Aussie dollar in value for the first time since the currencies were freely traded on international markets in the early 1980s. more»
  • 50 Reasons to Love the World

    19:30 | 13/4/15
    Yahoo Travel
    Take a minute to search through the #travel and #wanderlust hashtags on Instagram, and you'll find a slew of photos from magical places all around the globe. more»
  • Ruble on the Rebound

    02:26 | 16/4/15
    Foreign Policy (blog)
    The Russian ruble is rebounding, outpacing all other world currencies against the dollar this year. The 20 percent recovery this month alone stands in stark contrast to last year, when U.S. more»
  • Canadian dollar at 82 cents US as oil surges for a 2nd day

    07:07 | 17/4/15
    The Canadian dollar soared above 82 cents US and oil resumed its climb to above $57 a barrel after an OPEC report predicted the boom in U.S. more»
  • Pound Sterling Sinks and Consumers Rejoice as UK Inflation Sits at 0%

    01:18 | 15/4/15
    Pound Sterling Live
    In truth though there is little concrete evidence available to suggest this is the real cause of weakness in sterling-dollar. more»
  • NZ dollar rises to new record against euro

    09:22 | 13/4/15
    Sky News Australia
    The New Zealand dollar has risen to a fresh record against the euro and commentators say it is likely to continue to break new ground as a stronger local economy contrasts with weakness in Europe. more»
  • Australian dollar bounce continues as Wall St stalls

    10:52 | 17/4/15
    ABC Online
    The Australian dollar continued its recent rise overnight, as overseas traders joined the betting against another cut to the official interest rate. more»
  • NZ dollar up after downbeat US retail data

    09:33 | 15/4/15
    The New Zealand dollar advanced to 89.79 yen from 89.49 yen, it slipped to 70.60 euro cents from 70.69 euro ahead of the European Central Bank policy decision, was little changed at 50.87 British pence from 50.90 pence and advanced to 98.57 Australian ... more»
  • Abenomics, deflation and the Japanese yen

    07:52 | 13/4/15
    Khaleej Times
    The second arrow of Abenomics created an epic money-making opportunity in the post-Bretton Wood era of floating exchange rates. The Japanese yen has fallen from 76-78 on the eve of the LDP election win in autumn 2012 to 120 now against the US dollar. more»
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