Currencies news

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
19th Oct 11, 8:57am
BusinessDesk: US bank earnings lower, but not as low as feared
BusinessDesk: US bank earnings lower, but not as low as feared
19th Oct 11, 8:57am
19th Oct 11, 8:45am
Markets in wait and see mode with all eyes on this weekend's EU summit
Markets in wait and see mode with all eyes on this weekend's EU summit
19th Oct 11, 8:45am
18th Oct 11, 5:40pm
NZ dollar holds below 80 US cts as fears of eurozone crisis fears rebuilding; Westpac's Speizer sees eventual fall to 71 USc
NZ dollar holds below 80 US cts as fears of eurozone crisis fears rebuilding; Westpac's Speizer sees eventual fall to 71 USc
18th Oct 11, 5:40pm
18th Oct 11, 10:44am
RBNZ Governor Alan Bollard says 'lingering seismic instability' of Christchurch quakes is main difference from impact of quakes in other countries
RBNZ Governor Alan Bollard says 'lingering seismic instability' of Christchurch quakes is main difference from impact of quakes in other countries
18th Oct 11, 10:44am
18th Oct 11, 9:04am
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, October 18, 2011
The Opening Bell: Where currencies start on Tuesday, October 18, 2011
18th Oct 11, 9:04am
18th Oct 11, 8:45am
Cold water poured on likelihood of all singing, all dancing Euro debt solution this weekend
Cold water poured on likelihood of all singing, all dancing Euro debt solution this weekend
18th Oct 11, 8:45am
18th Oct 11, 7:48am
BusinessDesk: "We won't have a definitive solution this weekend": German Finance Minister
BusinessDesk: "We won't have a definitive solution this weekend": German Finance Minister
18th Oct 11, 7:48am
18th Oct 11, 7:30am
Positive sentiment continued to flow through the markets last week and the extent of the turnaround is surprising
Positive sentiment continued to flow through the markets last week and the extent of the turnaround is surprising
18th Oct 11, 7:30am
17th Oct 11, 11:52am
Disappointments in Europe and at home may see the NZD heading lower again, says Roger J Kerr. Your view?
Disappointments in Europe and at home may see the NZD heading lower again, says Roger J Kerr. Your view?
17th Oct 11, 11:52am

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