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07/08 The dollar bounced off two-year
lows and a gauge of global equity markets halted its march
toward a record high on Friday, as better-than-expected U.S.
jobs growth in July was tempered by the. . .
07/08 Easing uncertainty will likely drive U.S.
stocks higher after the Nov. 3 presidential election, regardless
of whether Democratic candidate Joe Biden or Republican
President Donald Trump wins, Scott Minerd of Guggenheim
Investments said.. . .
07/08 Latin American currencies fell on Friday,
with Chile's peso looking to post its biggest intraday drop in
seven weeks as the dollar gained on its safe haven appeal after
U.S. jobs data showed an. . .
07/08 The Canadian dollar fell against
its broadly stronger U.S. counterpart on Friday as a trade
squabble between Canada and the United States offset
stronger-than-expected domestic jobs data, with the loonie
giving back much of this. . .
07/08 Turkey's central bank
squeezed some credit channels and signalled on Friday it would
do more backdoor policy tightening to arrest a record drop in
the lira, as data showed Turks snapped up more foreign
currencies. . .
07/08 Sterling resumed its role as a
risk-driven currency on Friday and was on track for its biggest
daily fall since June against the dollar, as global market
sentiment turned sour after the latest standoff. . .
07/08 Sri Lankan shares closed flat on Friday,
as losses in consumer staples stocks offset gains made during
the session after parliamentary elections handed President
Gotabaya Rajapaksa and his older brother an overwhelming
majority.. . .
07/08 A 10% decline in the
value of the U.S. dollar since March has boosted returns for
foreign investors in the world's largest government bond market
at a time when U.S. Treasury yields are near. . .
07/08 Most Central European assets
moved sideways on Friday with Hungary's stock market bucking the
trend, driven higher by shares of OTP Bank which
reported a profit for the second quarter and was upbeat about
the. . .
07/08 Emerging market stocks fell on Friday,
after U.S. President Donald Trump issued bans on popular Chinese
apps, further escalating tensions with Beijing, while the
Turkish lira hit a fresh record low in a new. . .
07/08 Tensions over a planned U.S. ban on major
Chinese apps kept most Asian markets subdued on Friday, with
Philippine stocks suffering an added blow from a jump in
coronavirus infections that made its caseload. . .
07/08 South Africa's rand traded nearly 1% weaker early on Friday, near its lowest in 10 weeks, amid souring emerging market sentiment led by Turkey's currency crisis and increased tension between China. . .
07/08 For all the corporate minefields
left by this year's pandemic, central banks have succeeded in
making borrowing for the world's most robust companies virtually
free - underlining the V-shaped rebound in blue-chip stock
indices.. . .
07/08 The yuan on Friday eased from a
five-month high hit a day earlier as deteriorating Sino-U.S.
relations dented investor sentiment, and the U.S. was broadly
stronger against major currencies.
U.S. President. . .
07/08 The Australian dollar eased from
18-month highs on Friday but was poised for its seventh straight
weekly gain as the U.S. dollar seemed stuck in a long-term
downtrend, sending commodity prices through the roof.. . .
06/08 Global equity markets edged
higher and bond yields eased off earlier lows on Thursday as
investors awaited word on a new U.S. aid package to counter
economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis.. . .
06/08 The dollar was a tad higher on
Thursday after hitting a two-year low earlier in the session and
as investors digested mixed data on U.S. jobless claims ahead of
Friday's nonfarm payrolls report.. . .
06/08 Brazil's real slumped on Thursday after
the country's central bank slashed its key lending rate to help
an economy devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, while most
other Latin American currencies traded flat to higher. . .
06/08 The Canadian dollar weakened
against the greenback on Thursday as oil prices fell and
investors awaited U.S. and domestic jobs data, with the currency
retreating from a five-month high reached the day before.. . .
06/08 South Africa's rand fell to
its lowest in 10 weeks on Thursday, as investors' risk appetite
dwindled and the dollar found some support after data showed
U.S. jobless claims fell slightly in the latest. . .
06/08 The Czech crown retreated from a
multi-month high on Thursday after the central bank held
interest rates steady and signalled stability at least until
mid-2021, stalling the currency's advance.
Other central. . .
06/08 The Czech National Bank kept
interest rates unchanged on Thursday and signalled they were
likely to stay on hold until at least mid-2021 after a series of
deep cuts to borrowing costs to try. . .
06/08 Pakistan's foreign
exchange reserves increase $567 million to $12,542.2 million in
the week ending July 30, compared to $11,975.6 million in the
previous week, central bank said on Thursday.
RESERVES. . .
06/08 Indonesia's central bank has
bought 82.1 trillion rupiah ($5.63 billion) of government bonds
in a private placement, the first transaction under a COVID-19
burden-sharing scheme with the government, Finance Ministry said
in a statement on. . .
06/08 Egypt's revenues from the Suez
Canal have risen by 4.7% since the inauguration of a major
extension project five years ago, compared with the previous
five years, Canal Authority Chairman Osama Rabie said on
Thursday.. . .
06/08 Sri Lankan shares ended at near five-month
highs on Thursday, lifted by industrial and financial stocks, as
the country counts votes for a parliament election which
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's party is widely expected to. . .
06/08 Britain's central bank said it saw
no immediate case to cut interest rates below zero on Thursday
as it warned the economy would take longer to recover from its
COVID slump than it previously. . .
06/08 The United States should take a more
targeted approach with its new pandemic aid so it can save
ammunition in case of a future economic slowdown or a second
wave of infections, former Reserve. . .
06/08 Japan's three biggest banks and two
smaller banks are starting talks on building a common settlement
infrastructure for small payments, with the aim of cutting
interbank fees, they announced on Thursday.. . .
06/08 Emerging market stocks rose for the third
straight session on Thursday, as investors remained hopeful of a
coronavirus relief bill to be passed in the U.S. Congress, while
the Czech central bank's decision on. . .
06/08 The Philippine economy fell into
recession for the first time in 29 years with a record slump in
the second quarter, as strict lockdown measures ravaged economic
activity and prompted the government to sharply. . .
06/08 India's rupee pulled back slightly while
stocks rallied on Thursday after the country's central bank kept
official rates on hold, but left the door open for more cuts to
support an economy reeling from. . .
06/08 Most central European
currencies will firm over the next 12 months, a Reuters poll
showed, buoyed by improved risk sentiment as investors shrug off
worries about a rise in coronavirus cases and focus on. . .
06/08 Investors stacked up bullish bets on most
Asian currencies, a fortnightly Reuters poll found on Thursday,
as worries the coronavirus pandemic is hobbling a nascent
recovery in the U.S. economy clouded the dollar's outlook.. . .
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