The dollar edged up with gains limited by a stronger US dollar buoyed by better economic data.
Wall Street rose overnight after a report showing the US economy grew more than expected, Chinese equities stemmed a five-day…
Asian policy-makers need to understand that currency devaluations aren't a cure-all, writes Bloomberg columnist William…
The New Zealand dollar fell as better-than-expected US durable goods data supported the greenback and commodity currencies…
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New Zealand is likely to feel the impact of a slowdown in China, say economists.
What is going on in China and why is it having such a profound impact on world financial markets?
The kiwi fell to 64.73 US cents at 5pm in Wellington from 66.82 cents on Friday in New York. It was unchanged from 8am and…
Slip-ups are no surprise, given the vast reforms the country is going through, Brian Fallow writes. As China has contributed…
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The world's largest bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, is stepping up its international expansion to offset…
It follows a period of volatile trading as investor confidence about weakness in China abated.
The New Zealand dollar slumped to its lowest level in six years as equities sank amid concerns about global growth.
The dollar rose as traders delayed their expectations for US interest rate hikes, broadly weakening the greenback.