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A$ & NZ$ skid vs USD, yen on weak Asian stocks  WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian and New Zealand dollars fell sharply against the US dollar and yen on Monday, as weak Asian stocks and falling commodities hurt risk appetite. The kiwi takes a beating vs USD and yen, skidding nearly 1 percent to $0.8227 and 64.16 yen. Traders cite talk of macro fund selling. The Aussie not far behind, 0.4 pct lower at $1.0417 from Friday's late New York trade of $1.0457. Aussie seen stuck between $1.0400 and $1.0520 near term, having recently displayed a high volatility. Just this month, it has peaked to a near six-month high of $1.0625 from a low of $1.0162. Key support seen at $1.0367, last week's low. Kiwi seen consolidating in the near term. Support seen initially at $0.8208, with the topside's first hurdle at $0.8310 ahead of $0.8335, the high on Sept. 21. Weak Asian bourses, falling commodity prices and persistent worries about a hard landing in China's economy weigh ...

Yen rebounds after sell-off, A$ dollar falls  SINGAPORE/SYDNEY: The yen pushed higher against the dollar on Thursday, staying on a firm footing after staging a surprise bounce the previous day as an initial sell-off in reaction to the Bank of Japan's monetary easing fizzled. The Aussie dollar retreated following a lacklustre reading on Chinese manufacturing activity, and the yen's rise gradually picked up steam after that, with stop-loss position unwinding adding to its momentum. The US dollar fell 0.4 percent to 78.09 yen, pulling ...
NZ dollar on fire after hot GDP, AUD lags for China data  WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The New Zealand dollar rose across the board on Thursday after the nation's economy grew a faster-than-expected pace, in contrast with a lagging Aussie dollar as investors anxiously awaited manufacturing data from China.   China's flash PMI for September due at 0230 GMT. A further drop from August's 47.6 would only add to concerns about a hard landing there and undermine the Antipodeans. Aussie and kiwi are highly sensitive to news out of China, a key ...
Aussie & NZ dollars under pressure, BoJ awaited  WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian and New Zealand dollars took another step down from multi-month highs against the US dollar on Wednesday, while investors waited to see if the Bank of Japan (BoJ) will be the next major central bank to ease policy.   Speculation grows the BoJ might act after the Federal Reserve last week delivered a fresh round of monetary stimulus. Decision expected around 0300-0500 GMT.   Aussie & kiwi fall prey to position adjustment following recent hefty gains, ...
Aussie & kiwi dollars off highs; RBA ready to ease if needed  WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian and New Zealand dollars were off six month highs on Tuesday, on a wave of profit-taking following sharp gains, while the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) left the door ajar for a rate cut if the economy took a turn for the worse.   The Aussie firm at $1.0482, from $1.0471 in early trade but well off Friday's $1.0625, its strongest since early March.   Minutes of the RBA's September policy meeting showed concerns about falling ...
Aussie & kiwi dlrs pause near 6-month highs, RBA minutes eyed  WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: The Australian and New Zealand dollars held not far from six-month highs against the US dollar on Monday, still benefiting from improved global sentiment in the wake of the US Federal Reserve's aggressive stimulus plan launched last week.   The Aussie consolidated recent hefty gains at $1.0539, from $1.0545 in early trade. It exploded to $1.0625 on Friday, its highest in almost six months before it ran into heavy resistance.   The local currency has climbed an impressive ...
NZ & Aussie dollars scale new heights as Fed goes all out  SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The New Zealand dollar leapt to a 6-1/2-month high and the Aussie to a one-month peak as an aggressive new stimulus programme from the Federal Reserve sent the US dollar reeling.   The NZ dollar surges to $0.8344, its highest since early March, having gained 5 pct from a trough of $0.7915 hit last week. It has made a clean break above its 55-weekly moving average, offering a bullish signal for now.   Kiwi on track to gain ...


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ICT 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-999 mln
Exports $2.064 bln
Imports $3.063 bln
WeeklyMarch 13, 2015
Reserves $16.273 bln