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Recent rise in yen 'extremely worrying' - minister

May 01 2016 10:35

Japan's finance minister saus the recent sharp rise in the yen is "extremely worrying", adding Tokyo will take action when necessary.


Zuma ruling, weaker dollar boost rand

Apr 29 2016 18:53

The rand has extended its gains against the dollar to hit a five-month high, lifted by a weaker greenback and a court ruling against scandal-beset President Jacob Zuma.


Rand gains to five-month high versus dollar

Apr 29 2016 15:34

The rand has gained to its strongest level against the dollar in five months after an unexpected trade surplus in March for the first time this year.


Dollar sinks to 11-month low

Apr 29 2016 12:58

The dollar has headed for its lowest close in almost a year as signs of slowing growth in the US dimmed prospects for a Federal Reserve interest-rate increase.


Dollar extends drop as stocks fall in Asia

Apr 29 2016 10:31

The dollar has dropped for a second day against all of its G-10 peers after weaker-than-expected US economic growth dimmed prospects of an interest-rate hike.


Rand firmer on risk appetite boost

Apr 29 2016 09:49

The rand has firmed against the dollar, holding on to a one-week high buoyed by risk appetite after a string of disappointing data releases from the United States.

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