Latest in Tag: euro Highlight
Latest in Tag: euro
CBE accepts 27 offers, worth €622m, with average interest of 1.396
The competition is set to take place from 11 June to 11 July, with matches to be held in 12 European cities.
The CBE had launched a tender to sell €690m 364-day T-bills on 9 November 2021, to pay for older issuance worth €695m that was made in November 2019.
Thirty offers have been accepted at value of €605.3m
Bid proceeds will be used to pay for previous CBE bid offered on 20 August 2019, amounting to €610m
Maturities of dollar bonds range between 5-30 years, euro bonds between 8-12 years
DNE publishes conditions of personal car imports exempted from customs
The country’s GDP currently stands at €1.75tn and its growth rates are extremely anaemic, reaching just 0.9%. real per capita gross domestic product (GDP), according to reliable calculations
The euro has extended its considerable gains over the past two weeks ahead of this weekend’s final round of the French presidential election. Markets appear confident that centrist Emmanuel Macron will win.The euro touched six-month highs on Friday, while not being able to break above the psychologically important $1.10 threshold ahead of the decisive round …
The euro has hit a three-week low after the European Central Bank (ECB) chief said he saw no need to deviate from accommodative policies, including zero interest rates and massive bond-buying until the end of the year.The single European currency euro edged down to $1.0659 on Thursday, following comments by ECB’s top brass that signaled …
The recent introduction of new security features in some euro banknotes has led to a significant drop in the number of counterfeit bills. But there’s more work to be done, the German central bank says.For the whole of 2016, the German central bank registered 82,200 counterfeit euro banknotes in Germany. In a fresh report, it …
It’s been dismissed as a protest vote. But with Italian voters likely to reject a reform package in a plesbiscite, fears are growing that it could signal the beginning of the end of the euro.
Egypt had 29.8% of the total Arab remittances from Britain, says Fattouh
The euro and pound have fallen as the Brexit referendum approaches in the UK. With the “remain” and “leave” camps running almost level in the polls the markets are reflecting the uncertainty, as wary voices grow.
The European Commission has revised downward its expectations for economic expansion in the 19-member eurozone. Its spring outlook revealed particular concerns about developments in Spain and France.
These certificates are similar to the ‘Belady’ dollar certificates that the three banks offered at the beginning of March.
NBE, Banque Misr, Banque du Caire will offer three-year certificate to Egyptians living within the country and five-year certificate to those living in Europe
High production costs, weak public and private investment threaten the agricultural sector with collapse
The word “gold” makes up 40% of financial searches online
As thousands of Greek pensioners demonstrated in central Athens on Thursday against cuts demanded under an international bailout, the public sector union called its second nationwide anti-austerity strike in under a month
Political and economic turbulences in some export countries reduced exports’ revenues, company expands in new markets
Germany is taking in large numbers of refugees. Taking care of them costs money, but not anywhere near as much as some people think, given Germany’s huge overall budget. DW looks at the numbers. In 2013, Germany spent around 1.5 billion euros ($1.67 billion) on allowances for asylum seekers, or about 12,500 euros per refugee …
Latin Americans and Asians are happy that they do not need the help of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). But, Europe can no longer function without it. What’s behind the IMF’s interest in Greece?
On the black market, the lowest selling price for the US dollar was EGP 7.15 while the highest prices ranged between EGP 7.57 to EGP 7.59.
The downbeat atmosphere was compounded in some markets by another disappointing set of manufacturing figures from China that added to concerns about growth in the world’s number two economy.
Reuters – Kuwait’s sovereign wealth fund will invest 500m euros ($676m) in Italian companies in coordination with Italy’s own strategic investment fund, Prime Minister Enrico Letta said on Tuesday. The deal follows similar agreements with Qatar’s investment fund last year to invest in Italian companies operating in the fashion, food and tourism sectors and a …
The lira weakened beyond 2.33 to the dollar, meaning Turks now need more than twice as many lira to buy dollars as they did at the currency’s peak six years ago, a costly decline in a nation heavily dependent on imports.
“We are in a better place but… we’re not out of the woods,” said Olivier Blanchard, IMF chief economist
Democratic reform is a condition for supporting Egypt’s budget; MEPs call for abolishing the death penalty in Egypt
As Spain seems closer to a sovereign bailout, Catalonia reach out for a $6.3b government rescue