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Slovak police have arrested two men after they allegedly produced counterfeit Czech and Swiss banknotes of "exceptionally" high quality and spent at least 1.2 million koruna ($60,000) of the fake cash in shopping malls over the past three years.
Investors were still digesting Chinese gross domestic product (GDP) numbers for the first quarter, which were released on Wednesday. Mr McCarthy said the figures showed growth in the first quarter was slightly better than expected, but industrial
Meanwhile, Ukraine has sent tanks and special forces to the eastern part of the country to re-assert control in response to attacks from gunmen believed to be Russian. National Australia Bank senior economist Spiros Papadopoulos said the situation in
The partially convertible rupee opened weaker and fell to 60.34 against a dollar, 27 paise lower than its previous day's close at 60.07...The value of one US dollar was quoted at 60.26 rupee at the Interbank Foreign Exchange Markets here around 10.45
There are two good news stories on the front page of South African financial paper, BusinessDay. One headline reads "Global economic recovery boosts local business confidence", the other says "Rand firms to best level since January". OK, January was,
David de Ferranti said the Australian dollar has been able to extend its recent rally against a weak US dollar. "The Australian dollar's climb towards US 94 cents has likely been bolstered by today's better-than-anticipated domestic home loans data
Monday, the Australian dollar was trading at 92.90 US cents, up from 92.36 cents on Friday, and jumped as high as 93 US cents early on Monday morning. The US added 192,000 jobs in March as private employers boosted hiring, in line with expectations.
Hills, known for its iconic rotating clothesline, is continuing to grow and diversify, striking two new deals in the health and communications sectors. The competition watchdog will not oppose toll road owner Transurban's proposed purchase of several
However, Easy Forex senior dealer Francisco Solar said the Australian dollar is still well supported. "When it pushed past 93 US cents post-RBA it looked like there was an opportunity to book some profits and push the Aussie back," he said. "But the
Better-than-expected numbers on US consumer incomes and spending gave Wall Street shares a boost, as investors shrugged off sabre-rattling over Ukraine. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished up 58.83 points (0.36 per cent) to 16,323.06 on Friday.