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US stocks reversed course to move lower in early afternoon trading on Monday as healthcare stocks led by Amgen dragged on the three major indexes. The S&P Healthcare index was down 1.32 percent, with Amgen's 3 percent drop to $163.02 the biggest drag on both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq.

Tokyo stocks slipped 0.18 percent Monday as a strong yen offset another record-setting close on Wall Street, while the Japanese earnings season kicks into high gear. The Nikkei 225 index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange fell 36.72 points to 19,983.32, less than a week after the benchmark index closed above the psychologically important 20,000 level for the first time in 15 years.
Britain's top equity index rose to a record high on Monday, led by HSBC, despite increasingly volatile moves ahead of next week's election, with opposition Labour policies announced at the weekend hitting housebuilders. HSBC was up 3.1 percent after the Sunday Times reported that it was weighing plans to spin off its British retail bank in a 20-billion-pound ($30 billion) deal.
European shares reversed early losses and closed up on Monday, with persistent concerns about Greece's debt situation offset by optimism that a reshuffled Greek negotiating team would brighten the outlook. Greece is at risk of running out of cash in the coming weeks. Fruitless debt relief talks between euro zone finance ministers on Friday served to highlight the gulf between Athens and its creditors.
Indian shares closed at their lowest in more than three-and-a-half months on Monday, with the NSE index falling below its 200-day moving average for the first time in nearly 15 months, led by declines in blue chips on continued worries about retrospective taxes and lower-than-expected January-March earnings so far. The benchmark BSE index closed 0.95 percent lower at 27,176.99, while the broader NSE index fell 1.1 percent to 8,213.80.
Sri Lankan shares ended steady on Monday, hovering near their more than six-week closing high hit in the previous session, while investors waited for cues on the political front as the country's parliament started a two-day debate on proposed constitutional reforms. Investors have been cautious due to political uncertainty as Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe's party does not have a majority in the parliament and President Maithripala Sirisena promised to dissolve the parliament after the end of his 100-day programme on April 23.
Taiwan's benchmark index hits the 10,000-point milestone for the first time since 2000 on Monday as market sentiment was boosted by foreign buying and strong gains on the Nasdaq and Asian bourses. As of 0218 GMT, the main TAIEX index was up 0.8 percent to 10,002 points, a level not seen since 2000.
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Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 18,037.97 0.23
Arrow Nasdaq 5,060.25 0.63
Arrow S&P 2,108.92 0.41
Arrow FTSE 7,103.98 0.47
Arrow DAX 12,039.16 1.93
Arrow CAC-40 5,268.91 1.30
Arrow Nikkei 19,983.32 0.18
Arrow H.Seng 28,433.59 1.33
Arrow Sensex 27,176.99 0.95

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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 $-1.586 bln
Exports $1.932 bln
Imports $3.518 bln
WeeklyApril 16, 2015
Reserves $16.818 bln