|China's provocative currency move is nudging another flashpoint with Donald Trump|
China's depreciating currency on the verge of a threshold that could provoke an angry response from the US.
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz Tue 8:05am High-profile sportsman helped drug syndicate in money exchange - Crown
Court hears a drug syndicate used a "rich" sportsman to exchange currency as people wouldn't ask questions of him.
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz Fri, 17 May 6:15pm Bank cartel fined €1bn for currency rigging
The European Commission fines five banks a total of €1.07bn for forming cartels to rig currency trading.
© 2019 BBCWorld Fri, 17 May 3:25am Binance exchange hackers steal bitcoins worth $41m
A major crypto-currency exchange is hacked but the owners say they will cover the loss.
© 2019 BBCWorld Wed, 8 May 9:15pm Facebook planning to launch its own currency
Facebook plans to leverage its huge size to launch a cryptocurrency-based payment system, according to a the Wall Street Journal .READ MORE:• Facebook sues Upper Hutt company for $14m over 'fake' likes While the social...
© 2019 NZ Herald Fri, 3 May 12:25am A ban on crypto-mining?
China is contemplating a ban on crypto-currency mining. Will other countries
© 2019 Aardvark Wed, 10 Apr 2:15pm Hacked Cryptopia investors in the dark over "rebate"
Hacked Christchurch-based cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia will give a “rebate” to investors who lost funds. But details are sketchy. And a decision to refund people who lost currency using the NZ dollar price on the day of the hack, Jan. 14,
© 2019 sharechat.co.nz Wed, 3 Apr 1:35pm Revolut whistleblower had concerns over CEO conduct and compliance
The BBC has spoken to a number of former employees about compliance at the currency transfer firm.
© 2019 BBCWorld Tue, 2 Apr 12:15am 2degrees earnings rise 6%; handset sales underpin revenue gains
Two Degrees Mobile lifted annual earnings 6 percent in 2018 as the country's challenger mobile network sold more handsets, beating expectations on a common-currency basis
© 2019 sharechat.co.nz Fri, 29 Mar 8:45am NZ dollar dragged higher by Australian currency
The New Zealand dollar rose a little, dragged higher by a buoyant Australian dollar driven by technical factors.The kiwi was trading at 68.61 US cents at 5pm in Wellington from 68.44 at 8am; the trade-weighted index was at 74.32...
© 2019 NZ Herald Mon, 18 Mar 8:35pm
Loose lips and FX tips: How chats cost banks $1.8 billion
Talk may be cheap, but in currency traders' chatrooms, at least, improper messages can be very expensive for their companies.In instant message groups with names such as "Semi Grumpy Old Men" and "Three Way Banana Split," up to...
© 2019 NZ Herald Sat, 18 May 10:25am Pakistan to get $6bn IMF lifeline to ease economic crisis
The country has faced a growing economic crisis with dwindling foreign currency reserves.
© 2019 BBCWorld Mon, 13 May 7:15pm NZ dollar rise against China's yuan amid escalating US/China trade tensions
The New Zealand dollar rose against China’s yuan as that country devalued its currency as part of its damage control in the wake of renewed trade hostilities with the United States
© 2019 sharechat.co.nz Mon, 13 May 5:35pm Counterfeit notes continuing problem in Samoa
Increasing counterfeit currency continues to cause headaches for Samoan banking officials and the police.
© 2019 RadioNZ Tue, 30 Apr 4:25am Hacked Cryptopia investors in the dark over 'rebate'
Hacked Christchurch-based cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia will give a "rebate" to investors who lost funds. But details are sketchy. And a decision to refund people who lost currency using the NZ dollar price on the day of the...
© 2019 NZ Herald Wed, 3 Apr 2:25pm Two Degrees lifts earnings
Two Degrees Mobile lifted annual earnings 6 per cent in 2018 as the country's challenger mobile network sold more handsets, beating expectations on a common-currency basis. The New Zealand arm of Trilogy International Partners reported...
© 2019 NZ Herald Fri, 29 Mar 9:15am NZD stalled ahead of RBNZ statement; global outlook weakens
The New Zealand dollar opened marginally softer with weak economic data in Europe and the US late last week insufficient to move the currency ahead of the Reserve Bank’s monetary policy announcement on Wednesday
© 2019 sharechat.co.nz Mon, 25 Mar 9:05am