Currencies news

22nd Feb 12, 8:02pm
BusinessDesk: NZ$ could hit 90 US cents in early 2013 as greenback faces headwinds, ANZ's economists forecast. Your view?
BusinessDesk: NZ$ could hit 90 US cents in early 2013 as greenback faces headwinds, ANZ's economists forecast. Your view?
22nd Feb 12, 8:02pm
22nd Feb 12, 3:48pm
Wednesday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: ECB set to turn off easy money tap; Good euros and bad euros; Petricevic didn't read prospectus; Uninsured in Christchurch; Dilbert
Wednesday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: ECB set to turn off easy money tap; Good euros and bad euros; Petricevic didn't read prospectus; Uninsured in Christchurch; Dilbert
22nd Feb 12, 3:48pm
22nd Feb 12, 9:27am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, February 22, 2012
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Wednesday, February 22, 2012
22nd Feb 12, 9:27am
22nd Feb 12, 9:02am
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Greek deal finally done, but haircut bigger and doubts remain; Dow over 13,000; Auckland strongest in regional survey
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Greek deal finally done, but haircut bigger and doubts remain; Dow over 13,000; Auckland strongest in regional survey
22nd Feb 12, 9:02am
22nd Feb 12, 8:34am
Greek deal all priced in to risk appetites
Greek deal all priced in to risk appetites
22nd Feb 12, 8:34am
22nd Feb 12, 7:39am
For Greece "the bailout bandage is on, but it won’t take much to unravel"
For Greece "the bailout bandage is on, but it won’t take much to unravel"
22nd Feb 12, 7:39am
21st Feb 12, 3:23pm
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, February 21, 2012
21st Feb 12, 3:23pm
21st Feb 12, 1:25pm
Tuesday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: Greece's unemployment bomb; The race to debase; Where is the confidence fairy?; John Key's regulatory tradeoffs; Dilbert
Tuesday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: Greece's unemployment bomb; The race to debase; Where is the confidence fairy?; John Key's regulatory tradeoffs; Dilbert
21st Feb 12, 1:25pm
21st Feb 12, 11:04am
China and Japan make the big announcements, but Europe stays in the headlines
China and Japan make the big announcements, but Europe stays in the headlines
21st Feb 12, 11:04am
21st Feb 12, 8:32am
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Greek deal expected later today; Stocks firm on deal hopes and China easing; NZ$ at 84 USc; Lloyds bank claws back bonuses
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Greek deal expected later today; Stocks firm on deal hopes and China easing; NZ$ at 84 USc; Lloyds bank claws back bonuses
21st Feb 12, 8:32am
21st Feb 12, 8:06am
Market sentiment has generally retained a rosy hue ahead of EU decisions on Greece
Market sentiment has generally retained a rosy hue ahead of EU decisions on Greece
21st Feb 12, 8:06am
21st Feb 12, 7:57am
'It is in most countries’ interest to preserve the European Union and the euro'
'It is in most countries’ interest to preserve the European Union and the euro'
21st Feb 12, 7:57am
20th Feb 12, 2:29pm
'The last time farmers earned over $134,000 a year was 2001/2003 when the Kiwi dollar was 0.4500 to the USD.'
'The last time farmers earned over $134,000 a year was 2001/2003 when the Kiwi dollar was 0.4500 to the USD.'
20th Feb 12, 2:29pm
20th Feb 12, 1:52pm
Monday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: A London banker turns on his own; More fake bonds; Casino capers; Emissions trading fail; The anti-science movement; Dilbert
Monday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: A London banker turns on his own; More fake bonds; Casino capers; Emissions trading fail; The anti-science movement; Dilbert
20th Feb 12, 1:52pm
20th Feb 12, 8:57am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, February 20, 2012
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Monday, February 20, 2012
20th Feb 12, 8:57am
20th Feb 12, 8:27am
Further Chinese policy easing can be expected which will cushion any declines in the AUD and NZD
Further Chinese policy easing can be expected which will cushion any declines in the AUD and NZD
20th Feb 12, 8:27am
17th Feb 12, 5:50pm
HiFX's Dan Bell reviews the week's global currencies action including a look at what's next in the Greek drama, the high TWI & chances for QEIII
HiFX's Dan Bell reviews the week's global currencies action including a look at what's next in the Greek drama, the high TWI & chances for QEIII
17th Feb 12, 5:50pm
17th Feb 12, 9:20am
Friday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: Tony Maryatt's golf day; the doubling of the Wellington Council CEO's salary; The banking equity doom loop; Germany vs Greece; 'Savers will pay'; Dilbert
Friday's Top 10 with NZ Mint: Tony Maryatt's golf day; the doubling of the Wellington Council CEO's salary; The banking equity doom loop; Germany vs Greece; 'Savers will pay'; Dilbert
17th Feb 12, 9:20am
17th Feb 12, 9:15am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, February 17, 2012
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Friday, February 17, 2012
17th Feb 12, 9:15am
17th Feb 12, 8:51am
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Job growth strengthens in Aust, US; record GM profit; Oil up, gold down; China targets lower growth; Greeks resist delays
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Job growth strengthens in Aust, US; record GM profit; Oil up, gold down; China targets lower growth; Greeks resist delays
17th Feb 12, 8:51am

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