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Major currencies forex talking points: USD, EUR, NZD, GBP, JPY

Main talking points: Dollar Rising Too High for Fed’s Liking? Euro Discounts Draghi Talk, Bigger Concerns Looming New Zealand Dollar Suffers Biggest Drop in 15 Months Dollar Rising Too High for Fed’s Liking? Earlier this week, New Yo...
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Rand tumbles to 8-month lows | USDZAR 11.1627 | GBPZAR 18.2063 | EURZAR 14.2327

Rand (ZAR) Interbank Exchange Rates (09:50 SAST)USDZAR 11.1627GBPZAR 18.2063EURZAR 14.2327CADZAR 10.0450AUDZAR 9.7975NZDZAR 8.8301 News articles from around the web: South Africa's rand struggles near 8-month low against dollar JOHANNESBURG, Sept...
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Transfer money from the United Kingdom using your debit card!

Send money worldwide using your GBP debit card in a few easy steps. Our clients in the United Kingdom can now make payment for their money transfers using a debit card issued from any of the UK banks. Simply place a transaction as you norm...
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ZAR trading at 11.08 to the dollar | Sarb's Gill Marcus to step down

The rand reached 7 month low against the dollar on Friday of R11.11. At the time of writing, the rand is currently trading at 11.08 to the US Dollar, 14.25 to the Euro and 18.11 to the Pound. Movements in the market can be attributed to, among other...
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Scotland votes 'NO' to independence - Pound Rallies

The majority of Scotland voted 'No' to independence in the Scottish referendum to leave the United Kingdom.Over the last few weeks, sterling has fallen on fears that Scotland would vote in favour of leaving the UK. After the no vote, the pound has hi...
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Breaking News: SARB keeps interest rates unchanged

Gill Marcus the South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) Governor, has stated that interest rates will remain unchanged. The repo rate will remain fixed at 5.75% per annum in order to support weak activity in the local economy, despite inflation concerns an...
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Brad Kingston
Thanks for your comment MvanHattum. Positive change is definitely needed. The South African economy has been hard hit by the effec... Read More
Monday, 13 October 2014 10:56
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