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Peso tipped as Asian whipping boy for 2018 as deficit widens
(Gulf Times - 26/12/2017)

Investors rejoicing over the Philippine peso’s rally to a six-month high should beware: the currency is predicted to be Asia’s worst performer next year. The peso will slide to 51 per dollar by end of 2018, a loss of 1.5% from current levels, according

Kuwaiti Dinar most valuable currency in the world
(Arab Times - 25/12/2017)

Recent report of the web application Listography indicates the American dollar is not the most valuable currency although widely circulated, reports Al-Anba daily. Report added the Kuwaiti Dinar is the most valuable currency worldwide while other Arab

Dollar peg will stay says Saudi Arabia
(Trade Arabia - 21/12/2017)

Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (Sama) Governor Ahmad bin Abdulkarim Al-Khulaifi has denied any intention to break the Saudi riyal's peg to the US dollar. The governor made the remarks at a press conference, a Saudi Press Agency (SPA) report said. He

Dollar Index Little Changed in Quiet Trade
(Investing.com - 19/12/2017)

The dollar held steady against other majors currencies in quiet trade on Tuesday, as investors remained cautious regarding progress on the U.S. tax reform front and as they awaited the release of U.S. housing sector data due later in the day. Trading

Pound’s prospects to be shaped by ‘bones’ of Brexit trade talks
(Gulf Times - 18/12/2017)

Pound traders are about to get their first insight into how the currency may fare in the next phase of the Brexit talks as negotiators move on to the potentially more complicated stage of discussing trade. Sterling may be vulnerable as UK Prime Minister

Pound to face twin forces of BOE and Brexit once again this week
(Gulfnews - 11/12/2017)

With an initial Brexit deal out of the way, pound traders will be focusing on whether optimism over that lasts and shifts the Bank of England’s thinking this week. Even with an agreement to move Brexit talks on to trade and no expectations for the BOE to

Qatar Riyal stabilising after QCB pledge on dollar
(The Peninsula - 05/12/2017)

Qatar Riyal is stabilising in offshore trade, recovering from several weeks of increasing volatility, after the central bank pledged to ensure liquidity in the foreign exchange market, commercial bankers said yesterday. Until late November, the riyal

Pound falls as Brexit lunch fails to yield progress to trade
(Gulfnews - 05/12/2017)

UK, European Union: The pound fell versus the dollar, reversing an earlier rally, as the UK and the European Union said there hadn’t been sufficient progress to move Brexit talks on to trade. Sterling continued to hold gains against the Euro as the two

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