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Norwegian Air net drops as forex, setbacks weigh

STOCKHOLM–Airline Norwegian Air Taxi ASA (NAS.OS) revealed a decreasing net benefit for the third one fourth as a poor Norwegian krone, a late U.S. permit and costs associated with journey setbacks, considered on income. 89 more words

Foreign Currency Exchange

Rate of exchange with effect from 2nd October, 2014

Date:

01-10-2014

Notification No:

Customs Notification No 96/2014 (NT)

Issuing Authority: Indian Customs Type: Non Tariff File No: F.No.468/01/2014-Cus.V Subject:

Rate of exchange of conversion of each of the foreign currency with effect from 2nd October, 2014… 267 more words

Export

Where are economic prospects brightest?

Business leaders seeking to channel their investments toward the most prosperous markets should heed the clear message from our interviews with senior executives that Asia is increasingly seen as the region that will dominate world trade by 2020. 181 more words

Export

Canada - Airport Currency Conversion Vs Credit Card Cash Advance

Some proof converting money at the airport exchange window is just a bad idea.

Oh gosh, this is bringing back memories of me exchanging $600 at the Narita (Japan) airport window. 177 more words

Travel

Buenos Aires: Insert In-"Evita"-ble Pun Here

We arrived in Buenos Aires yesterday and met up with the rest of our group, so in total we now number 20. They are mostly women from their mid-50’s to early 70’s; we are now 5 men and 15 women, which made for a rather unbalanced tango lesson in the hour after Julio welcomed the group together and briefed us on the trip. 2,180 more words

Patagonia

Straya T'day 1/10/2014

National Day brings peace and quiet…

…unless you happen to be occupying Central, in which case you’re embroiled in the thick chaos of rebellion.


For Aussies at least, China’s National Day holiday week offers a welcome respite from the daily torment inflicted on us by the Chinese commodities exchanges. 721 more words

Australia

'1 US $ = 70 INR by 2016' - fanciful or realistic?

Currency exchange rate, inflation, interest rates, real interest rates, GDP growth rate, Current Account Deficit, FDI, FII, remittances, foreign flows, QE, Quantitative Easing – words and jargons that have penetrated our consciousness thanks to the innumerable reports that flash on our news feed.

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