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Pound struggles to hold gain as concern shifts

Oct 24 2016 14:32

The pound has struggled to hold onto gains as concern escalated that banks may leave Britain should it opt for a “hard” Brexit that restricts their access.

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Unwelcome bond coins intensify Zim cash crunch

Oct 24 2016 12:07

The cash crisis in Zimbabwe has just gone up a notch as banks started giving out bond coins to depositors withdrawing cash, limited to either $50 or $100 per day.


Euro approaches seven-month low on renewed policy bet

Oct 24 2016 08:50

The euro has slipped toward a seven-month low amid speculation the European Central Bank will maintain its easy monetary policy.


Dollar strengthens on US rate outlook

Oct 21 2016 13:58

The dollar has risen, reaching the strongest level against the euro since March, on speculation US monetary policy will diverge from stimulus measures.


Euro falls to lowest since March

Oct 21 2016 09:10

The euro has fallen to its lowest since March after Mario Draghi signalled quantitative easing won’t come to an “abrupt” end.


Euro declines to lowest since July

Oct 20 2016 10:25

The euro has fallen to its lowest level in almost three months against the dollar before the European Central Bank announces its policy decision.

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