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Beaten-down US coal company stocks may receive a lift in coming weeks if deteriorating relations between Russia and the West push President Vladimir Putin to shut off Europe's natural gas supply. The crisis in eastern Ukraine has emboldened Europe and the United States to impose broad sanctions on Russia.

Tokyo investors will be eyeing US data next week as well as European and Japanese central bank meetings as they mine for clues about future monetary policy moves. The Bank of Japan (BoJ) was set to hold a two-day meeting as a slate of weak data heap pressure on the BoJ to unleash further monetary easing measures, while the European Central Bank (ECB) meeting will be closely watched amid slowing eurozone growth.
A series of share buybacks in Europe is sending a mixed message about the economic recovery - companies are financially healthy, but they also seem reluctant to reinvest cash in a stalling economy. Corporate Europe still lags the US appetite for buybacks, but euro zone inflation has reached a five-year low and capital spending by businesses remains weak. Any move that enriches shareholders is drawing policymakers' attention.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx), which operates the city's stock exchange, said a two-day test of trading systems linking the local market and brokerages with Shanghai's stock exchange went "smoothly," paving the way for further tests in coming weeks.
Bourses in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar rebounded on Sunday while Dubai developer Emaar Properties surged after the firm said it would launch an initial public offer for its malls unit next month.
Middle East funds are bullish on Saudi Arabia's stock market despite concern it is getting richly valued, while they think the United Arab Emirates has bottomed out after a volatile few months, a Reuters survey showed. The Saudi stock market index has jumped 13 percent since authorities announced in late July that they would open the market to direct investment by foreign institutions in the first half of next year.
Viva Kuwait, the country's number-two mobile operator by subscribers, has received regulatory approval to list on the local stock exchange nearly six years after it completed an initial public offering, the company said on Sunday. The Saudi Telecom Co affiliate made the announcement in a market filing, which did not say when it would join the bourse.


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,098.45 0.11
Arrow Nasdaq 4,580.27 0.50
Arrow S&P 2,003.37 0.33
Arrow FTSE 6,819.75 0.20
Arrow DAX 9,470.17 0.08
Arrow CAC-40 4,381.04 0.34
Arrow Nikkei 15,424.59 0.23
Arrow H.Seng 24,742.06 0.01
Arrow Sensex 26,638.11 0.29

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Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.311 bln
Exports $2.027 bln
Imports $4.338 bln
WeeklyAugust 28, 2014
Reserves $13.582 bln