Chicago Mercantile Exchange › JAPANESE YEN Mar 2013 (E) (CME:6J.H13.E)
0.010530 +0.000053 (+0.50%)
2013-03-18 17:06:40, 10 min delay
|Contract High Date||2012-09-13|
|Contract Low Date||2013-03-11|
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Today's Financial News
1 hour, 42 minutes ago
MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin said Thursday he will pardon jailed oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a surprise decision that will let his top foe and Russia's formerly richest man out of prison after more than a decade. Putin waited until just after his tightly choreographed annual news conference to make the announcement, dropping the biggest news of the day after journalists had already peppered him with questions, including one about Khodorkovsky's fate, in a four-hour marathon.
1 hour, 54 minutes ago
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The two Koreas have taken an initial step to open their jointly run industrial park to overseas investors. But foreigners who toured the complex on Thursday say the compound in North Korea remains a tough sell despite its cheap labor. The director of the London-based independent policy institute Chatham House, Paola Subacchi, says North Korea's government needs to change to attract overseas investors.
1 hour, 54 minutes ago
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece's governing New Democracy party has expelled a former transport minister after his arrest for allegedly driving an uninsured luxury car with fake license plates in an apparent tax dodge. A party statement Thursday said Michalis Liapis displayed "unethical behavior." Liapis has retired from politics. But he belongs to one of Greece's most prominent conservative families and his late uncle Constantine Karamanlis founded New Democracy in 1974.
2 hours ago
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine's embattled president slammed the West on Thursday for supporting the massive street protests calling for his ouster and announced plans to partially join a Moscow-led economic union — a move that was likely to deepen Ukraine's political crisis. Senior Western diplomats have in recent weeks attended and expressed support for the sprawling demonstrations on Kiev's Independence Square, known as the Maidan. Assistant U.S. Secretary of State Victoria Nuland even gave out sandwiches to protesters there.