LONDON NEWS - Shaw promises curtailment of forex market - Jamaica Gleaner LONDON NEWS - Shaw promises curtailment of forex market - Jamaica Gleaner

Friday, January 30, 2009

LONDON NEWS - Shaw promises curtailment of forex market - Jamaica Gleaner

Finance Minister Audley Shaw speaking Wednesday at the Jamaica Stock Exchange's capital markets and investment conference underway in Montego Bay, January 27-30. Seated at right is Robert Drummond of First Global Financial Services. - photo by Adrian in BUSINESS NEWS >

LONDON, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Growing investor caution towards risk fuelled broad dollar and yen gains on Friday, with poor economic data concentrating minds on deepening global concerns ahead of key growth figures later in the day. The rush to dollar in BUSINESS NEWS >

Mihai holds a BA in Political Science, and before becoming active in the investment sector worked for almost 3 years as web designer and IT trainer for his own small company. He thinks that trading has always been somewhere at the back of his head in BUSINESS NEWS >

TOKYO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The dollar rose against the euro on Friday as deepening concerns over the global recession prompted investors to shed risky assets and seek the harbour of the world's most liquid currency. The yen climbed across the board as in BUSINESS NEWS >

Jan 30 - U.K. Mortgage Approval Better Than Expected Jan 30 - Forex Market Update: Dollar and Yen Gain as Risk Aversion Dominates the Asian Session Jan 30 - Overnight Interest Rate Update 01.30.09 Jan 29 - Asian Economic Data: 01-30-09 Jan 29 in BUSINESS NEWS >

Is anybody there? Are there real people behind the phone (or the e-mail box)? Do I have a one-on-one relationship with an individual who knows my account and is able to provide continuity of service online? Expert Easy-Forex® team members are in BUSINESS NEWS >

Senior officials from major powers will meet in Germany next week to discuss the conflict with Iran over Tehran's nuclear programme, the German Foreign Ministry said on Thursday. Political directors from the United States, Russia, Britain, France in BUSINESS NEWS >

On Thursday, the dollar closed in on weekly intraday highs against the euro while slipping slightly against the yen in a day dominated by sustained economic gloom and the resurgence of risk aversion. Poor risk appetite typically works to the benefit in BUSINESS NEWS >

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