The brief but intense campaign in Greece's critical bailout referendum ends Friday, with simultaneous rallies in Athens supporting "yes" and "no" answers to a murky question in what ...
Euro Faces Weekend Gap Risk with Greek Referendum Sunday
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The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 1.8 percent weekly decline as financial markets remain volatile ahead of Greece's referendum on whether to accept a bailout package from its European creditors, and as the wheels start coming off the local economy. The trade-weighted rose to 70.57 from 70.31 yesterday, and is heading for a 1.8 percent weekly decline. A BusinessDesk survey of 13 currency advisers on Monday predicted the kiwi would trade between 66 US cents and 70.50 cents this week.
The Australian dollar hit a two and a half month low after the release of weaker than expected retail sales numbers. At 1200 AEST on Friday, the local unit was trading at 75.96 US cents, down from 76.34 ...
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The Australian dollar is lower after the release of weak local trade figures and positive US economic data. The Australian dollar lost ground after data showed the US manufacturing sector strengthened in June, and 237,000 jobs were added to the US private sector in June. The Australian dollar also had a brief dip after the release of local trade data that showed a larger than expected deficit in May, at $2.75 billion.
The Australian dollar is lower after the release of positive US economic data and weak local trade figures. At 1700 AEST on Thursday, the currency was trading at 76.34 US cents, down from 77.16 cents on ...
US Dollar May Rise on Jobs Data, NZ Dollar Drops on Dairy Slump
The New Zealand dollar dropped below 67 US cents for the first time in almost five years after a plunging milk price stoked calls for the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates more aggressively than previously anticipated. The kiwi fell as low as 66.95 US cents, trading at 67.01 cents at 5pm in Wellington from 67.41 cents at 8am and 67.95 cents yesterday. Traders are pricing in 44 basis points of cuts to the official cash rate over the coming 12 months, according to the Overnight Index Swap curve.
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The Australian dollar has dipped after the release of disappointing trade figures. The local currency was worth 76.39 US cents at 1200 AEST on Thursday, down from 77.16 cents on Wednesday. Australia's ...
US Dollar Technical Analysis: Weekly High Back in Play
The Australian dollar is lower after a rise in the greenback following news that Greece had requested a new bailout package. At 0630 AEST on Thursday, the local unit was trading at 76.49 US cents, down ...
The New Zealand dollar touched a fresh five-year low after dairy prices fell to a six-year low in the GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight, paced by whole milk powder, the nation's key export commodity. The kiwi touched 67.27 US cents and was trading at 67.41 cents at 8am in Wellington, from 67.95 cents at 5pm yesterday. Weaker dairy prices are weighing on New Zealand's economy, cited as a reason for decade-low rural confidence levels, weaker business confidence and are firmly on the radar of the Reserve Bank which has begun cutting the official cash rate to bolster slowing growth.
Greece's Tsipras says referendum result not connected to whether Greece will remain in euro.
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