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  • Caution into Week End – Asia, Materials Down

    Full Story | 24th February 2017
    Investors adopted a cautious tone at the end of a positive week for Asian stocks. Raw-materials shares slumped, while gold headed for a fourth weekly increase.The dollar was mixed against major currencies after weakening Thursday .
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  • Asia, USD down, rates dip after Fed

    Full Story | 23rd February 2017
    Asian stocks steadied on Thursday after earlier losses, aided by a weaker dollar as markets studied Federal Reserve meeting minutes that indicated both readiness and caution over raising interest rates.European markets were headed for a .
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  • Dollar Strengthens With Asia Stocks Gold Drops

    Full Story | 21st February 2017
    Dollar bulls were handed the baton after a Federal Reserve policy maker reinforced the chances for a U.S. interest-rate increase as soon as next month. South Korea led stocks higher in Asia and iron ore .
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  • Asia Shares Gain as Yen Weakens Unilever in Focus

    Full Story | 20th February 2017
    Asian stocks rose, as Tokyo shares erased morning losses after the yen weakened and Hong Kong equities resumed a rally. Deals remained in focus after Kraft Heinz Co. withdrew its $143 billion bid for Unilever.Japan’s .
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  • Banks Lead Global Rally as Yellen Buoys Equities

    Full Story | 15th February 2017
    Banks led broad gains in global stocks after Janet Yellen said the Federal Reserve doesn’t need to wait for the Trump’s administration’s plans on fiscal stimulus to hike rates. The dollar and bonds were little .
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  • Asian Bonds Gain While China Shares Extend Rally

    Full Story | 9th February 2017
    Political uncertainty continues to drive financial markets, with Asian bonds following a rally in Treasuries. China shares in Hong Kong headed for a 14-month high, while the New Zealand dollar slid after the central bank .
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  • New Government Bonds- Prices Announced

    Full Story | 7th February 2017
    The Treasury has announced the issue of three new Malta Government Bonds for a total aggregate amount of €130 million subject to an over-allotment option of up to a further €90 million. The three new .