Currencies news

26th Oct 11, 9:03am
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Europe still divided on crisis plan on eve of leaders' summit; US stocks down as consumer confidence slumps; NZ$ under 80 USc
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Europe still divided on crisis plan on eve of leaders' summit; US stocks down as consumer confidence slumps; NZ$ under 80 USc
26th Oct 11, 9:03am
26th Oct 11, 8:56am
Euro summit possible outcome dominates; Italy's government looking shaky
Euro summit possible outcome dominates; Italy's government looking shaky
26th Oct 11, 8:56am
26th Oct 11, 8:08am
BusinessDesk: Never-ending uncertainty about the ability of EU leaders to get a grip on their debt crisis
BusinessDesk: Never-ending uncertainty about the ability of EU leaders to get a grip on their debt crisis
26th Oct 11, 8:08am
25th Oct 11, 7:37pm
Economists expect next hike in Official Cash Rate in mid-2012, instead of March, following lower-than-expected inflation and updated govt forecasts
Economists expect next hike in Official Cash Rate in mid-2012, instead of March, following lower-than-expected inflation and updated govt forecasts
25th Oct 11, 7:37pm
25th Oct 11, 5:25pm
Fonterra cuts forecast farmgate milk price for 2011/12 by 45c/kg to NZ$6.30/kg and leaves distributable profit forecast at 40-50c/share
Fonterra cuts forecast farmgate milk price for 2011/12 by 45c/kg to NZ$6.30/kg and leaves distributable profit forecast at 40-50c/share
25th Oct 11, 5:25pm
25th Oct 11, 9:25am
'Longer term prospects for the NZ dollar cannot be regarded as negative' says Roger J Kerr. Your view?
'Longer term prospects for the NZ dollar cannot be regarded as negative' says Roger J Kerr. Your view?
25th Oct 11, 9:25am
25th Oct 11, 9:08am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, October 25, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, October 25, 2011
25th Oct 11, 9:08am
25th Oct 11, 8:52am
NZ TWI above 70 driven by Euro rescue hopes but falls relative to A$
NZ TWI above 70 driven by Euro rescue hopes but falls relative to A$
25th Oct 11, 8:52am
25th Oct 11, 7:42am
BusinessDesk: Caterpillar starts the party
BusinessDesk: Caterpillar starts the party
25th Oct 11, 7:42am
24th Oct 11, 12:53pm
BusinessDesk: Europe’s marathon talks
BusinessDesk: Europe’s marathon talks
24th Oct 11, 12:53pm
21st Oct 11, 4:56pm
Double Shot Interview: HiFX's Dan Bell reviews the week's global currencies action, with all eyes on Europe ahead of PREFU and OCR
Double Shot Interview: HiFX's Dan Bell reviews the week's global currencies action, with all eyes on Europe ahead of PREFU and OCR
21st Oct 11, 4:56pm
21st Oct 11, 9:05am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, October 21, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, October 21, 2011
21st Oct 11, 9:05am
21st Oct 11, 8:48am
NZ$/US$ ranged between 0.800 and 0.7870 overnight, driven by Euro resolution rumours
NZ$/US$ ranged between 0.800 and 0.7870 overnight, driven by Euro resolution rumours
21st Oct 11, 8:48am
21st Oct 11, 8:31am
BusinessDesk: NZ dollar joins Wall Street rally ahead of weekend summit
BusinessDesk: NZ dollar joins Wall Street rally ahead of weekend summit
21st Oct 11, 8:31am
21st Oct 11, 8:25am
BusinessDesk: EU struggles to respond to debt crisis; German growth slows
BusinessDesk: EU struggles to respond to debt crisis; German growth slows
21st Oct 11, 8:25am
20th Oct 11, 5:38pm
BusinessDesk: NZ dollar drops below 79 US cents as expectations for weekend Euro summit slip
BusinessDesk: NZ dollar drops below 79 US cents as expectations for weekend Euro summit slip
20th Oct 11, 5:38pm
20th Oct 11, 9:04am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, October 20, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Thursday, October 20, 2011
20th Oct 11, 9:04am
20th Oct 11, 8:45am
Subdued trading in FX markets, enlivened mostly by Euro rumours; US Fed downbeat on economy
Subdued trading in FX markets, enlivened mostly by Euro rumours; US Fed downbeat on economy
20th Oct 11, 8:45am
20th Oct 11, 8:27am
BusinessDesk: Most US company earnings come in better than analyst forecasts
BusinessDesk: Most US company earnings come in better than analyst forecasts
20th Oct 11, 8:27am
19th Oct 11, 9:07am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, October 19, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, October 19, 2011
19th Oct 11, 9:07am

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