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Yields decline on Egypt T-bills  CAIRO: Yields continued to decline at an auction of Egyptian treasury bills on Thursday, with the government selling 5.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($905.08 million) of 182-day and 357-day debt, the finance ministry said. The average yield on the 182-day T-bills was 15.199 percent, down from 15.207 percent at an auction last week. The bank sold 3.5 billion Egyptian pounds, instead of the 2 billion pounds it had offered. The average yield on the 357-day bills was 15.755 percent, down from 15.771 at the last issue on July 24. The bank sold 2 billion pounds instead of the 3.5 billion pounds it had sought. The central bank sells the bills on behalf of the finance ministry. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...

Foreign investment in Tunisia recovers to pre-revolt levels  Tunis: Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Tunisia has recovered to levels seen before the start of the revolt that toppled President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in January, 2011 and sparked a wave of uprisings across the Arab world, according to official figures issued on Thursday. Data from the investment promotion authority showed that foreign direct investment stood at 1.12 billion dinars ($690 million) in the six months to end-June, which is 45 percent above the same ...
Spain, Italy yields rise, Europe shares fall on Draghi  LONDON: Spanish and Italian government bond yields rose on Thursday while European shares extended falls after European Central Bank Mario Draghi announced no immediate measures to stem the euro zone debt crisis. Draghi said the ECB would draw up a mechanism in coming weeks to make outright debt purchases to stabilise peripheral euro zone states' borrowing costs. "It is quite disappointing ... There is a lack of any action so he has basically passed the buck back ...
US bonds stabilise before ECB policy decision  LONDON: US Treasuries held steady in Europe on Thursday with investors wary of putting on big bets amid uncertainty whether the European Central Bank will meet high expectations of bold crisis-fighting measures at its policy meeting later in the day. Bond investors were focused on the ECB after the Federal Reserve took no new monetary measures at its monthly meeting on Wednesday, although a more downbeat tone on the economy kept alive hopes of more future ...
Bonds slip after Fed inaction; ECB awaited  TOKYO: US Treasuries slipped slightly in Asia on Thursday, but did not stray far from overnight levels as investors waited for the outcome of a European Central Bank meeting after the US Federal Reserve stopped short of offering fresh stimulus. A German newspaper reported that ECB President Mario Draghi would on Thursday unveil a plan using both the ECB and the European Stability Mechanism to buy bonds from Spain or Italy. "It's difficult for Treasuries to move ...
JGBs mostly weaker ahead of 10-year sale  TOKYO: Japanese government bonds weakened at the longer end of the yield curve on Thursday, as investors made room to buy at a sale of 10-year notes. The Ministry of Finance is offering 2.3 trillion yen ($29.2 billion) of 10-year notes with a coupon of 0.80 percent, the same coupon as last month's auction. Ten-year JGB futures edged down on hedge selling ahead of the auction, ending the morning session down 0.03 point at 144.16.. The 10-year cash ...
Bonds fall after Fed refrains on more aid  NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices fell on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve offered no new monetary stimulus for now even though policy-makers acknowledged a recent slowing in the US economy and stubbornly high unemployment. The US central bank did leave the door open to do more to help the economy in its latest policy statement but it was not prepared yet to embark on a third round of quantitative easing in the form of large-scale ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
Exports $2.016 bln
Imports $4.394 bln
WeeklyJuly 23, 2015
Reserves $18.677 bln