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05h00 South Korea's central bank said
on Tuesday it would raise its focus on environmental, social and
governance (ESG) issues in managing its foreign currency assets
and prepare guidelines to be applied to these assets. . .
04h11 Asian shares mainly drifted
lower Tuesday as investors continued to fret over China
Evergrande Group's unsolved debt crisis and eyed the
potential impact of a widening power shortage in China.. . .
00h49 New York Federal Reserve Bank
President John Williams on Monday warned of the potential
negative market reaction if the United States failed to solve
its debt-ceiling issue https://www.reuters.com/world/us/what-are-congress-options-funding-govt-raising-debt-limit-2021-09-26,
but said market particip. . .
27/09 Chile's central bank will
decide in early 2022 on a strategy for the potential roll-out of
its own digital currency, the bank's president said on Monday,
as policymakers worldwide seek to keep pace with. . .
27/09 U.S. government borrowing
costs advanced for a sixth week on Monday, hurting tech stocks
as investors bet on rising interest rates, while three-year high
oil prices ignited the energy sector.. . .
27/09 The Canadian dollar
strengthened to its highest level in nearly two weeks against
the greenback on Monday as oil prices rose and the impact of
last week's hawkish shift by the U.S. Federal Reserve. . .
27/09 Latin American currencies fell against a
firmer dollar on Monday, while a near 5% jump for oil major
Ecopetrol put the Colombian equity benchmark on course for its
best session in nearly six weeks.. . .
27/09 Cryptocurrency investment
products and funds posted inflows for a sixth consecutive week,
as investors viewed recent regulatory challenges in the sector
as buying opportunities, data from digital asset manager
CoinShares showed on Monday.. . .
27/09 The U.S. dollar advanced for a second straight session on Monday,
bolstered by the rise in Treasury yields ahead of a slew of Federal Reserve speakers this week who could
affirm expectations of. . .
27/09 Bank of England Governor Andrew
Bailey said on Monday that he and other members of the Monetary
Policy Committee saw a growing case to raise interest rates,
echoing a statement published by the central. . .
27/09 Sterling rose on Monday as
expectations that the Bank of England could hike interest rates
early next year gave some support, but fears of a tough winter
for the British economy capped its gains.. . .
27/09 Binance, one of the world's
largest cryptocurrency exchanges, said on Monday that users in
Singapore would no longer be allowed buy and trade
cryptocurrencies on its main platform, to comply with local
regulation.. . .
27/09 The Hungarian forint extended
losses to hit an eight-week low on Monday, underperforming
regional peers, as it failed to get a boost after Moody's raised
Hungary's sovereign credit rating late on Friday.. . .
27/09 Beijing's new blanket ban on
all cryptocurrency trading and mining - the broadest yet by a
major economy - has sent crypto exchanges and service providers
scrambling to sever business ties with mainland Chinese. . .
27/09 A drop in Chinese energy and metal
companies hit by power shortages offset gains across emerging
market stocks on Monday, while Turkey's lira came off all-time
lows with eyes on frayed relations with the. . .
27/09 Thailand's baht and the Philippine peso
eased on Monday, with analysts sceptical about the near-term
prospects of both currencies, while other emerging Asian units
eked out meagre gains against a broadly flat U.S. dollar.. . .
27/09 China's yuan recovered on
Monday, bouncing from a near one-week low against the dollar hit
last week, as the market pinned its hopes on positive
developments over the weekend that could lead to better
Sino-U.S.. . .
27/09 Round-up of South Korean
** South Korean shares rose on Monday, helped by strong buying
from foreign investors for an eighth straight session, although
worries over China Evergrande Group's. . .
26/09 Digital money transfer group
Wise Plc will join an Australian payments network
which should allow transfers to be settled in the country faster
and at lower cost, Chief Executive Officer Kristo Kaarmann said
on Friday.. . .
26/09 Chinese cryptocurrency exchange
Huobi Global said on Sunday it had stopped taking new mainland
customers from Friday and would end contracts with mainland
clients by the end of the year to comply with local. . .
25/09 Ratings agency Moody's late on
Friday raised Hungary's sovereign credit rating to 'Baa2' from
'Baa3' on the economy's strong rebound from the pandemic, which
comes as a boon to Prime Minister Viktor Orban amid. . .
24/09 Turkey's lira hit an all-time
low against the dollar on Friday, a day after the central bank
unexpectedly cut interest rates, reinforcing growing concern
over President Tayyip Erdogan's influence over monetary policy.. . .
24/09 Wall Street's S&P 500
posted a slim gain on Friday while major European markets
slumped as investors weighed potential fallout from debt-laden
China Evergrande and U.S. bond yields pushed higher after
hawkish stances from central. . .
24/09 The dollar rose on Friday and was poised for its third straight week of
gains against a basket of major currencies, as uncertainty over beleaguered Chinese property developer
Evergrande helped the greenback bounce. . .
24/09 Most currencies and stocks across Latin
America were subdued on Friday as questions arose about whether
China Evergrande will make a key interest payment that could
avoid a potential global fallout, with Brazil's real. . .
24/09 China's most powerful
regulators on Friday intensified a crackdown on cryptocurrencies
with a blanket ban on all crypto transactions and mining,
hitting bitcoin and other major coins and pressuring crypto and
blockchain-related stocks.. . .
24/09 China's moves to crack down on
bitcoin trading dealt another blow to Cathie Wood's ARK
Innovation Fund, which outperformed all other U.S. equity funds
last year but is now mired among the worst of. . .
24/09 Regulators globally are
cracking down on cryptocurrencies, alarmed at a rapidly
expanding market that exceeded a record $2 trillion in April.
China on Friday said it was banning all crypto trading and
mining, sending digital. . .
24/09 Sterling dipped against the
dollar on Friday, losing some of its gains from a rally which
followed the Bank of England (BoE) taking a hawkish tone on
interest rates and its pandemic-era government. . .
24/09 Poland's central bank said on
Friday it expected further economic improvement in the second
half of this year and in 2022, with inflation probably staying
above the upper limit of its target range in. . .
24/09 Hungary's forint hit
an eight-week low against the euro on Friday, extending its
losses for a third straight session, after the central bank
slowed the pace of rate rises despite lifting its inflation
forecasts.. . .
24/09 The Turkish lira fell to near record
lows on Friday, a day after a surprise rate cut from the central
bank, while broader emerging markets currencies headed for their
third straight weekly loss on. . .
24/09 Most emerging Asian currencies softened
on Friday as investors remained wary of a fallout from
debt-laden property developer China Evergrande, while Philippine
shares outpaced regional peers after a dovish stance from the
country's central bank.. . .
24/09 The yuan was a tad weaker on
Friday, and while the Chinese currency has has barely reacted to
fears that property giant China Evergrande Group could
default, traders were watching anxiously after an interest
payment. . .
24/09 The Australian and New Zealand
dollars were clinging to weekly gains on Friday after repeated
speculative attacks failed to crack support, though a hawkish
turn by some central banks offshore did slug local bonds.. . .
24/09 Round-up of South Korean
** South Korean shares rose on Friday, as investors' concerns
about embattled developer China Evergrande's debt crisis
spilling over to global markets eased. The Korean. . .
23/09 World stock markets
rallied on Thursday and the U.S. dollar retreated from one-month
highs as worries faded about contagion from China Evergrande and
as investors digested the Federal Reserve's plans for reining in
U.S. stimulus.. . .
23/09 The Canadian dollar
strengthened to a one-week high against its U.S. counterpart on
Thursday as investor sentiment picked up and domestic data
showed that retail sales fell less than expected in July.. . .
23/09 The dollar fell across the board on Thursday as improved risk sentiment in
global financial markets wiped out its gains in the previous session after the U.S. Federal Reserve flagged
plans to dial. . .
23/09 Central bank moves headlined emerging
market currency action on Thursday, with South Africa's rand
taking in stride a decision to hold rates, while the Brazilian
real firmed after an expected 100 basis points hike. . .
23/09 Sterling rallied nearly 1% on
Thursday after the Bank of England said two of its policymakers
had voted for an early end to pandemic-era government bond
buying and markets brought forward their expectations of. . .
23/09 Pakistan's foreign
exchange reserves decrease by $479 to $19,543.4 million in the
week ending September 17, compared to $20,022.7 in the previous
week, the central bank said on Thursday.
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23/09 Turkey's central bank
unexpectedly cut its policy rate by 100 basis points to 18% on
Thursday, delivering stimulus long sought by President Tayyip
Erdogan despite high inflation, and sending the lira to near a
record. . .
23/09 Bank of England Deputy Governor
Sam Woods said on Thursday he would front-run global rules if
necessary to avoid Britain's banks building up big exposures to
cryptoassets that were not backed by sufficient capital.. . .
23/09 Most central European stocks
and currencies tracked broader markets higher on Thursday after
the U.S. Federal Reserve clarified its timeline for rate hikes
and as concerns over Chinese property developer Evergrande
eased.. . .
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