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ICE Canada canola rebounds to weekly gain WINNIPEG: ICE Canada canola futures rose on Friday on a technical bounce, and the most-active month finished higher for the week.Traders adjusted positions ahead of Monday's Statistics Canada report on March 31 stocks. The estimate of canola stocks is at 9 million tonnes, according to a Reuters poll, the largest ever for this time of year.Most-active July canola rose $11.20 or 2.2 percent at $480.40 per tonne. Finished with a weekly gain of 1.3 percent.July-November spread narrowed to a November premium of $4.00.Chicago July soybeans gained 9-3/4 U.S. cents to US$14.70-3/4 per bushel.NYSE Liffe Paris August rapeseed shed 1.1 percent.Malaysian July palm oil slipped 1.2 percent.Canadian dollar was trading at $1.0977 versus the U.S. dollar or 91.10 U.S. cents at 12:50 p.m. CDT (1750 GMT), down from Thursday's close at $1.0961 to the greenback, or 91.23 U.S. cents.Canada weekly canola crushings fall 0.4 percent. Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), ...

ICE Canada canola rebounds to weekly gain WINNIPEG: ICE Canada canola futures rose on Friday on a technical bounce, and the most-active month finished higher for the week.Traders adjusted positions ahead of Monday's Statistics Canada report on March 31 stocks. The estimate of canola stocks is at 9 million tonnes, according to a Reuters poll, the largest ever for this time of year.Most-active July canola rose $11.20 or 2.2 percent at $480.40 per tonne. Finished with a weekly gain of 1.3 percent.July-November ...
Gold up 1.4pc on Ukraine, US jobs data has mixed impact NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold rose more than 1 percent on Friday, its biggest daily gain in two months, as rising geopolitical tensions and heavy short-covering helped bullion reverse an initial sharp sell-off after mixed U.S. job data.Bullion rallied on fears of more violence after news that several men were shot dead in clashes between pro-Russian protesters and Ukraine supporters and dozens of people killed in a fire in the trade union building in the largely Russian-speaking ...
Raw sugar slips 2pc for day, ending rally; cocoa, coffee down too NEW YORK: Raw sugar prices fell on Friday, halting a three-day rise and trimming weekly gains, on concerns that global supplies of the sweetener might be on the rise despite uncertainties posed by drought in Brazil, the world's largest sugar grower.Cocoa futures edged lower, touching a two-month bottom, pressured by large West African crops and weak prices for beans auctioned by top producing country Ivory Coast.Arabica coffee gave up its early strength to close down ...
US wheat hits 14-month high on Plains drought, heat outlook CHICAGO: US wheat futures surged 2 percent to their highest levels in more than a year on Friday, bolstered by concerns of drought-reduced production in the southern Plains, where triple-digit temperatures could bake the crop this weekend.Corn extended losses after a tumble on Thursday tied to investor profit-taking and improving conditions for spring plantings in the US Midwest, while soybeans were slightly higher in a bargain-buying bounce following their largest declines since September.Temperatures in Kansas, ...
US sells 101,600 tonnes corn to unknown for 2013/14 WASHINGTON: Private exporters reported the sale of 101,600 tonnes of US corn to unknown destinations for delivery in 2013/14, which started on Sept. 1, the US Department of Agriculture said on Friday. By law, exporters must report promptly the sale of 100,000 tonnes or more of a commodity, or 20,000 tonnes of soyoil, to the same destination in one day. Sales of smaller amounts are reported on a weekly basis.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
ICE coffee prices fall back, commercial buying lifts cocoa NEW YORK/LONDON: Arabica coffee futures on ICE fell in thin dealings on Wednesday, as investors took profit from the previous session's five percent surge, while cocoa rose on commercial buying.Raw sugar contracts on ICE Futures U.S. were also firm but well off session highs following bearish output data from top grower Brazil, while traders focused on the May contract expiry later in the day.July arabica coffee futures on ICE finished down 6.05 cents, or 2.9 ...

 



 
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Banking Review 2013


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlySeptember
Trade Balance $-2.380 bln
Exports $2.181 bln
Imports $4.561 bln
WeeklyNovember 13, 2014
Reserves $13.268 bln