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CBOT soybeans end firm after Fed stimulus moves  CHICAGO: Soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade ended modestly higher on Thursday, rebounding from early weakness after the US Federal Reserve announced a fresh phase of monetary stimulus, traders said. * The Fed's move is expected to boost investment in riskier assets including commodities, as have previous stimulus initiatives. * Profit-taking after Wednesday's rally pared gains. * Heavy trade in soybean futures with estimated volume topping 370,000 contracts, which would represent one of the highest daily totals in 2012. * Worries about tight soybean supplies lent support a day after the US Department of Agriculture pared its forecast of US 2012 soybean production. * Weekly export sales fell short of trade expectations but year-to-date export sales of US soybeans for shipment in the 2012/13 marketing year begun Sept. 1 have reached 20.385 million tonnes, 71 percent of the current USDA full-season forecast for 28.71 tonnes in exports. * USDA data showed net combined-marketing-year soybean ...

CBOT soybeans rise after USDA report, halt 5-day slide  CHICAGO: Soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade climbed 2.6 percent on Wednesday, the biggest rise in three weeks, after the US Department of Agriculture cut its forecasts for US 2012 soybean yield and production, traders said. * Soybeans bolstered by traders exiting long corn/short soybean spreads. * Market's rise halted a five-day selloff tied to profit-taking from last week's all-time high and fears that the USDA might raise its soy yield estimate, as a few ...
CBOT wheat and soy end higher; corn ends lower  CHICAGO: Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat futures rose on Wednesday as traders covered short positions following two straight days of declines. * The buying pushed the benchmark CBOT December contract above its 50-day moving average; it closed below that key technical level on Tuesday. * MGEX spring wheat and Kansas City Board of Trade hard red winter wheat also rose, with MGEX December posting a 1.7 percent gain. Concerns about dry weather in Australia ...
CHICAGO: Spot basis offers for US soymeal were steady to lower on Wednesday as deliveries of freshly harvested soybeans replenished crushing supplies at processors, dealers said. * Demand for the animal feed remained routine at best, with many end users waiting to purchase large or deferred loads until prices decline. * Offers were down $5 per ton in Minnesota and mostly steady elsewhere. * Farmers were delivering their first truckloads of soy supplies of the season, which helped ...
Platinum jumps, hits 5-month high on S.Africa mine unrest  NEW YORK: Platinum rose around 2.5 percent on Wednesday for its biggest one-day rally in a month, boosted by supply fears after sprawling labor unrest halted production at some mines in top platinum producer South Africa. Gold was up by pennies, retreating after setting a six-month high during the session, as some investors took profits ahead of a US Federal Reserve policy statement on Thursday. Machete-wielding strikers forced top world platinum producer Anglo American Platinum to shut ...
ICE canola climbs 2pc after small USDA soy estimate  WINNIPEG: ICE Canada canola futures jumped 2 percent on Wednesday, supported by the US Department of Agriculture's smaller than expected estimate of US soybean production, and speculative buying, traders said. * US corn crop larger than expected, soy smaller - USDA. * Funds bought estimated 2,000 canola contracts after big move higher, just short of contract highs. * Lack of commercial hedge selling also seen lifting the market. * High winds in Saskatchewan, with canola swaths lying in many ...
Corn sets seven-week low as USDA data tops estimates  CHICAGO:US corn futures tumbled more than 1 percent to a seven-week low on Wednesday as the US government's assessment of crop damage from the worst drought in half a century fell short of trade expectations. Soybean futures soared more than 2 percent for the biggest daily gain in about two weeks, snapping a five-day losing streak after the US Department of Agriculture cut its estimate of the crop in the world's top grain-exporting nation. The department also ...

 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyMay
Trade Balance $-1.894 bln
Exports $1.953 bln
Imports $3.847 bln
WeeklyJuly 01, 2015
Reserves $18.5 bln