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ICE canola climbs to 3-week high after USDA report  WINNIPEG: ICE Canada canola futures rose on Thursday to a nearly three-week high, bolstered by sharply higher US grains after a US Department of Agriculture report highlighted a tight supply-demand balance.   * US corn and soy crops slightly larger than expected, but demand to reduce stocks to lowest levels in years - USDA.   * Technical buying seen after November contract touched $622, the highest price since Sept. 21.   * Saskatchewan canola harvest 98.3 percent finished, but Canadian canola supplies seen as tight.   * November canola gained $13.80 or 2.3 percent to $621.20 per tonne on volume of 11,799 contracts.   * January canola added $13.70 to $620 on volume of 9,968 contracts.   * November-January spread widened to a November premium of $1.20, trading 6,597 times.   * Chicago Board of Trade November soybeans jumped 25-1/4 US cents at US$15.48-1/2 per bushel.   * MATIF November rapeseed gained 0.4 percent.   * Malaysian December palm oil futures added 2.7 percent.   * Canadian dollar was trading ...

Gold up with riskier assets, snaps four-day decline  NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold rose on Thursday, tracking US equities and other commodities higher, as a sharp drop in the number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits helped the metal snap four straight days of declines.   Bullion could further consolidate gains after four consecutive monthly increases prior to October, analysts said. Its rally sent prices to an 11-month high last Friday, but its failure to break above $1,800 an ounce triggered technical weakness.   The metal, a ...
Corn jumps to 3-week high after USDA cuts production  CHICAGO: US corn futures surged more than 5 percent to a three-week high on Thursday after the US Agriculture Department slashed its forecast for global grain ending stocks and estimated the drought-plagued US crop as the smallest in six years.   The government left unchanged the number of US harvested acres, keeping the door open for further declines as farmers abandoned fields that would produce no grain due to the most extensive drought in 56 years in ...
Chile SANTIAGO: World No. 1 copper producer Codelco said its mines were operating normally after a 5.5 magnitude quake jolted central Chile on Thursday afternoon.   The US Geological Survey had originally put the quake at 5.7 magnitude.   Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
CBOT wheat, corn, and soy end higher  CHICAGO: US wheat futures rose on Thursday, following strength in the corn market after the government slashed its estimate of US and global grain supplies, traders said.   * The benchmark Chicago Board of Trade December wheat contract gained 1.8 percent, closing above key technical resistance at its 50-day moving average after the US Agriculture Department said domestic use of wheat would be the highest since the 1998/99 crop year.   * USDA cut its estimate of US wheat ...
Argentine 2012/13 wheat crop seen down from 2011/12  BUENOS AIRES: Argentina's 2012/13 wheat production is forecast at 10.12 million tonnes versus 14.00 million tonnes in the previous crop year, the Buenos Aires Grains Exchange said on Thursday.   Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
US Cash Soymeal-Steady with few offers  CHICAGO: Spot basis offers for soymeal were lacking on Wednesday and the market was mostly steady with a firm undertone as CBOT futures for soybeans and soymeal fell sharply, dealers said.   * Tight stocks of soymeal and persistent good demand from domestic feeders and exporters kept soymeal basis from weakening significantly.   * Active harvest of soybeans was noted in nearly all locations and farmer deliveries were heavy but selling was minimal.   * Meteorologists on Wednesday said mostly dry ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
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