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C$ slides to one week low after soft jobs data TORONTO: The Canadian dollar dropped to its softest level in more than a week on Friday following data that showed Canada's economy unexpectedly shed 21,900 jobs in January, almost entirely in full-time work.   The Canadian dollar weakened to C$1.0037 against the US dollar, or $0.9963, its lowest level since Jan. 30. It had ended the North American session Thursday at C$0.9980 against the greenback, or $1.0020.   Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...

Sterling climbs as Carney avoids hinting at further easing      LONDON: Sterling rose on Thursday after incoming Bank of England governor Mark Carney showed little bias towards immediate looser monetary policy, wrongfooting many investors who had expected him to be more dovish.   The pound rose 0.4 percent to $1.5720 as investors who had bet on hints of more aggressive easing measures from Carney, who takes the helm in July, covered their short positions.   Traders cited buying by an Asian central bank, before sterling ran into offers around ...
Euro steady ahead of European Central Bank meeting   TOKYO: The euro held firm in Asia on Thursday ahead of a European Central Bank policy meeting later in the day and despite French officials' call for possible market intervention to curb the unit's rise. In Tokyo afternoon trading, the single currency inched up to 126.59 yen from 126.46 yen and to $1.3526 from $1.3519 in New York on Wednesday. The dollar was at 93.55 yen, flat from US trading, halting the Japanese currency's steep slide after ...
Yen hit near three years low LONDON: The yen fell close to a three-year low on Wednesday on expectations that a new Bank of Japan governor could ease policy, while the euro was steady and European shares edged up ahead of a central bank meeting.   BOJ Governor Masaaki Shirakawa has said he will step down on March 19, opening the way for a successor supporting the kind of expansionary policies the government favours.   The dollar touched 94.075 yen to its highest since May 2010 ...
Ukraine sells $76mn, 157mn hryvnias in bonds KIEV: Ukraine's Finance Ministry sold $75.5 million and 157 million hryvnias ($20 million) in domestic bonds at auction on Tuesday, it said in a statement.   The weighted average yield for three-year dollar-denominated bonds was 8.25 percent, unchanged from the previous placement on Jan. 29.   The yield on two-year dollar bonds fell to 8.14 percent from 8.24 percent in the Jan. 22 auction.   The ministry placed five-year hryvnia bonds with a yield of 14.30 percent, unchanged from the previous ...
Bunds fall as markets pause for breath, Spain eyed   LONDON: German Bund futures fell in choppy trading on Tuesday, pausing for breath after returning worries over Italy and Spain spurred the biggest daily rise since December in the previous session.   A good indication of how concerned markets are about a corruption scandal in Spain, which led to calls for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to resign, will be demand at a Spanish bond sale on Thursday.   That and worries that an Italian election at the end of ...
Euro rises after above-forecast euro zone PMI data   LONDON: The euro rose on Tuesday, helped by better-than-expected euro zone data, though it was vulnerable to renewed worries about political uncertainty in Spain and Italy.   Euro zone data on Tuesday showed the services sector improving more than expected in January. The purchasing managers' index for services in Germany posted its biggest one-month rise since August 2009 while in Spain it contracted at its slowest pace since June 2011.   That helped the euro rise 0.1 percent to ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,390.52 1.13
Arrow Nasdaq 4,630.74 1.41
Arrow S&P 2,018.05 1.17
Arrow FTSE 6,546.47 1.28
Arrow DAX 9,326.87 2.33
Arrow CAC-40 4,233.09 2.22
Arrow Nikkei 16,413.76 4.83
Arrow H.Seng 23,998.06 1.25
Arrow Sensex 27,865.83 1.90

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