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Established in 1994, Collinson & Co provides Foreign Exchange services for our clients. Our aim is to provide the best FX services available, manage risk and offer the most competitive rates & fees. We have developed our team to satisfy our customer requirements building relationships on a personal level. In accordance with this our core team has been together for in excess of 10 years, the strongest and most experienced in the market.

Latest Collinson & Co news articles


Collinson FX: Nov 11 - Trade deal more certain
US equity markets achieved record highs, as economic confidence flourished on China trade deal
Posted on 10 Nov
Collinson FX: Oct 31 - US makes rate cut
The US/China trade deal is now scheduled to be finalised and signed in Chile at the APEC conference
Posted on 31 Oct
Collinson FX: Oct 23 - Pound crashes after Vote
The AUD struggled to hold 0.6850, while the NZD surge to 0.6400 is under serious question.
Posted on 23 Oct
Collinson FX: Oct 14 - GBP lifts on Brexit rumours
European markets surged after serious progress on both Brexit and the US/China trade war.
Posted on 14 Oct
Collinson FX: Oct 9 - Surplus doesn't save Kiwi
The AUD retreated to 0.6725, while the NZD fell below 0.6300 again
Posted on 9 Oct
Collinson FX: Oct 1, 2019 - Spooked business in NZ
The NZD fell back to 0.6260, after another deplorable Business Confidence number
Posted on 1 Oct
Collinson FX: Sept 20, 2019 - NZD and AUD fall
Australian Employment data confirmed a weaker economy, allowing the AUD to crash back below 0.6800
Posted on 21 Sep
Collinson FX: Sept 13, 2019 - US heads for record
Trade exposed commodity currencies held recent gains - AUD trading 0.6865, NZD tries for .6400
Posted on 12 Sep
Collinson FX: Sept 4: Shadow over equity markets
Equity markets remained under the trade war shadow, which was enlarged, after new tariffs imposed
Posted on 3 Sep
Collinson FX: Aug 30: Confidence data kills Kiwi
The collapse of the NZD was triggered by the appalling Business Confidence number
Posted on 30 Aug