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The S&P 500 will likely snap out of its tight trading range in the second half of 2015 to end almost 7 percent higher for the year, according to a Reuters poll. Market reaction to higher interest rates and the response to whether Greece defaults on its debt were cited by many as the main market catalysts for the rest of this year. The median forecast of nearly 50 strategists polled by Reuters in the past week showed the S&P 500 rising to 2,202 by year-end.

British financial spreadbetting firm CMC Markets should announce details of a planned London stock market listing and float next year, its chief executive and main shareholder said on Thursday. Peter Cruddas spoke about the planned offering after the company announced a 61 percent rise in underlying annual profit before tax to 51.9 million pounds ($79.6 million). But he declined to discuss the likely size of the flotation.
British investors slashed their equity holdings to a three-year low in June and piled into the safety of cash, a Reuters poll has found, as worries over an ongoing Greek debt crisis drove a move out of riskier assets. The monthly survey of nine investment managers based in the UK found that the average exposure to global equities, which are still trading near record highs despite having fallen over the month on worries over Greece, fell to 47.9 percent, down from 48.8 percent in May. That was the lowest since July 2012.
Expectations of even more central bank stimulus from China and other Asian central banks will likely make stock markets in the region more attractive than other emerging markets and prop up shares in the coming year, according to a Reuters poll. The Shanghai Composite Index may continue be an exception, however, after plunging more than 20 percent in the last two weeks as regulators cracked down on rules for loans used to buy securities.
China's market regulator will cut back on new share offers, it said Friday, in its latest attempt to curb plunging share prices. Since peaking on June 12 the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index has dropped nearly 29 percent, its biggest three-week fall since November 1992 according to Bloomberg News, in hugely volatile trading.
Russian shares will have barely moved from current levels at the end of 2015 as a weaker rouble and prolonged Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis continue to weigh on stocks, a Reuters survey showed on Monday. The dollar-denominated RTS share index, which closed at 943.01 points on Friday, is up 19 percent so far this year.
Canada's main stock index rose on Friday, recording its third straight daily gain, as strength in financials as defensive plays as the Greek crisis rages helped overcome a decline in oil and gas shares. Volume was muted through the session due to the US Independence Day holiday, and investors were also wary of making aggressive bets heading into Sunday's Greek referendum on the country's bailout terms with lenders.
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Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,730.11 0.16
Arrow Nasdaq 5,009.22 0.08
Arrow S&P 2,076.78 0.03
Arrow FTSE 6,585.78 0.67
Arrow DAX 11,058.39 0.37
Arrow CAC-40 4,808.22 0.57
Arrow Nikkei 20,539.79 0.08
Arrow H.Seng 26,064.11 0.83
Arrow Sensex 28,092.79 0.53

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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 $-1.894 bln
Exports $1.953 bln
Imports $3.847 bln
WeeklyJuly 01, 2015
Reserves $18.5 bln