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17Jan
 

The euro slid lower on Wednesday after rallying to a three-year high above the 1.23 level earlier amid growing expectations that the European Central Bank will start to unwind its massive monetary stimulus program this year.

Sterling was little changed against the firmer dollar, with GBP/USD last at 1.3793 after rising...
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16Jan
 

Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Tuesday that he did not see problems with the dollar hovering around 110.80 yen, but that big swings in currencies would be problematic.

Also, speaking to reporters after a cabinet meeting, added that he appreciated the Bank of Japans efforts in achieving its 2...
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11Jan
 

The idea is that photographers could use Kodaks forthcoming blockchain to register works, with functioning as a medium of exchange on the platform. Users can receive payment in the cryptocurrency as well as pay for rights, according to the company.

The unveiling marks the first time Kodak has revealed its...
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09Jan
 

Macron is on the second leg of a three-day state visit in China with a delegation of 50 business leaders he hopes will help reduce a 30-billion-euro ($36-billion) trade deficit with China. We have an access to markets which is unbalanced, unsatisfying, Macron told members of the French and Chinese business...
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08Jan
 
European markets opened mostly higher on Monday, as sentiment remained positive and as German coalition talks were set to dominate investors attention. The EURO STOXX 50 edged 0.19% higher, Frances CAC 40 added 0.19%, while Germanys DAX 30 was up 0.36% by 03:30 a.m. ET (07:30 GMT). Financial stocks were mixed, as...
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02Jan
 
The EURO STOXX 50 dropped 0.47%, Frances CAC 40 declined 0.52%, while Germanys DAX 30 was down 0.81% by 03:35 a.m. ET (07:35 GMT). Markets were jittery after Iranian protesters attacked police stations late Monday, marking the biggest challenge to the countrys clerical leadership since 2009. Elsewhere, North Korean leader Kim Jong...
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30Dec
 

Banks are Causing problem for Cryptocurrency Exchanges have shutdown the most of the accounts. Bitcoin businesses are often concerned about having their bank accounts frozen. Such fears have been warranted for quite some time now. In most cases, account closures are few and far. India, SouthKorea, Nigeria, Hongkong and Malaysia...
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26Dec
 

What is Boxing Day ?

A public holiday celebrated on the first day (strictly, the first weekday) after Christmas Day. It originated in the United Kingdom, and is celebrated in a number of countries that previously formed part of the British Empire. Boxing Day is on 26 December, although the attached...
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20Dec
 

JPY:The All Industry Activity Index released by theMinistry of Economy, Trade and Industrycaptures the monthly change in overall production by all industries of the Japanese economy. The index indicates the Japanese GDP and the overall growth figures, providing insight into current levels of Japanese economic expansion. Normally, a high reading...
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19Dec
 

NZD

The Business Confidence released by theshows the business outlook in New Zealand. The Business Confidence allows analysis of economic situation in the short term. Increasing numbers indicates increases in business investment that lead to higher levels of output. Thus, a high reading is seen as positive (or bullish) for the...
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