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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: Sept 18 - NZ in deep recession
NZ GDP data contracted 12.2% for the quarter, better than expected but confirming a deep recession.
Posted on 18 Sep
Collinson FX: Sept 4 - US markets blow out
Australian trade data revealed a sharp increase in imports, accentuating a trade imbalance
Posted on 4 Sep
Collinson FX: August 20 - China US election issue
The AUD fell back below 0.7200, while the NZD traded 0.6570, both being impacted by lock downs
Posted on 20 Aug
Collinson FX: August 5 - Global equities climb
Australian downturn not as bad as expected, but Victorian lockdown has a ‘major impact'
Posted on 5 Aug
Collinson FX: July 31 - US GDP drops like a rock
Pandemic impact on global economies is dramatic and none more so, than growth numbers and inflation.
Posted on 31 Jul
Collinson FX: July 22 - EUR agrees 7 year budget
EU passed a massive bailout/stimulus package, after a record five day meeting
Posted on 22 Jul
Collinson FX: July 9 - Sanctions likely on China
The US, UK , Australia and other European nations look set to stand up to China
Posted on 9 Jul
Collinson FX: June 30 - Markets shrug off numbers
The AUD trades around 0.6850, while the NZD attempt to hold 0.6400, in the face of a rising reserve.
Posted on 30 Jun
Collinson FX: June 24 - Turnaround in Australia
NASDAQ surged to new record highs, boosted by stronger PMI data in Europe, Australia and the USA.
Posted on 24 Jun
Collinson FX: June 16 - Chinese spike starts scare
Chinese cases spiked up and fears over a second wave swept Asian markets, which flowed through to EU
Posted on 16 Jun