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Yen Exchange Rate May Be in Trouble in 2020 | Wibest

The Japanese yen exchange rate is in deep waters this 2020 as the US and China settle the trade agreement. It’s as if the...

Japanese Yen Exchange Rate in Focus After Christmas

The safe-haven asset from the land of the rising sun steals the spotlight after the BOJ governor gave his speech. The Japanese yen exchange...

Thai Baht Steadies Against the Buck as Exports Drop

The Thai baht steadies the US dollar this Monday thanks to the drop in the country’s export reported yesterday. The currency is pushing its...

Central Bank Decisions Reinforces the Rupees and Loonies

Two different central banks decided to hold their official interest rates still recently. The RBI and BoC’s decisions steadied and refueled India’s rupees and...

India’s Rupees Steady After RBI’s Surprising Decision Today

India’s rupees steady in today’s trading after the country’s central caught the market by surprise. The INR mostly traded flat against other currencies, but...

Japan Yen Sees Different Direction Last Week | Wibest

Last week, traders were left confused as the Japan yen recorded different results in forex sessions. Last week Friday was also the day when...

Japan Yen Steadies After Kuroda’s Speech this Friday

The Japan yen holds steady against the greenback after the Bank of Japan governor gave his speech earlier. According to Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, the...

Hyundai Oilbank Aims to Boost Sales with VLSFO | Wibest

Hyundai Oilbank is looking to improve its sales in the vessel fuel oil and petroleum department with its new innovations. The South Korean oil...

Vietnam Purchases More Pigs Before the Holidays | Wibest

With the Lunar New Year fast approaching, the Vietnamese government acts to fill the void left by the infected pigs. Of course, the Vietnamese...

Infected Pigs May Lead to High Ham Prices on Holidays

The shortage in pigs supply could send the prices of ham higher this holiday season. According to experts, Christmas hams could soar up as...