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Rand flat ahead of US jobs data

Feb 05 2016 10:58

The rand has weakened slightly, pausing a rally that has seen the unit trade below the crucial R16/$ mark for three straight sessions.

Currencies

Dollar drops as Fed rate cut bets pared

Feb 05 2016 08:53

The dollar has headed for its worst week since 2009 as traders strengthened bets that the Federal Reserve will hold interest rates unchanged.

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Pound drops as BOE votes to hold rates at record low

Feb 04 2016 15:05

The pound has fallen after Ian McCafferty, the Bank of England’s only policy dissenter over the past six months, dropped his call for higher interest rates.

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Pound holds gain, investors await BoE rate decision

Feb 04 2016 11:37

The pound has been little changed against the dollar one day after its biggest jump since October as investors await Bank of England’s latest interest-rate decision.

Currencies

Rand stutters as low liquidity pauses rally

Feb 04 2016 11:28

The rand has weakened slightly but remained below the crucial R16.00 mark while yields on bonds fell sharply with appetite for emerging assets returning.

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Dollar sinks on US economic outlook concerns

Feb 04 2016 07:42

The dollar has fallen sharply, helped by a disappointing report on US services sector growth and comments from a top Fed's concern over rising economic risks.

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