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CBOT soybeans end up on tight US supplies; USDA report eyed CHICAGO: Soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade closed higher on Friday on tight US supplies and positioning ahead of a monthly US government crop report due on Monday, traders said.March soybeans settled up 5-3/4 cents at $13.31-1/2 a bushel but stayed inside of the previous day's trading range.Analysts expect USDA on Monday to lower its forecast of US 2013/14 soybean ending stocks, reflecting better-than-expected export demand.Concerns about the impact of recent dryness in Brazil lent support. Brazil's biggest grain cooperative, Coamo, said dry, hot weather has seriously hurt the soy crop, which is in the early stages of a record 90-million-tonne-plus harvest.Soymeal settled higher but front-month March lost ground to back months on spreads.Soyoil ended lower, halting a three-session recovery rally, after the March contract encountered technical resistance at its 50-day moving average just below 39 cents per lb.The S&P GSCI commodity index on Friday began its periodic ...

Cotton premiums in U.S. mill hub soar as supplies 'disappear' NEW YORK: Spinning mills in the U.S. textile heartland paid their highest physical price for cotton for January in four years last month, stoking fears about tightening supplies as exports soar and output falls in the world's No. 3 producer.The pinch in supplies of "Memphis East" cotton, coveted by U.S. millers for its proximity to their factories, comes as ginners struggle to process a late, small crop and mills deal with delivery delays and power ...
Gold rises as weak US job data rekindles Fed stimulus hope NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold rose on Friday after data showed US job creation slowed sharply over the past two months, fueling speculation that slowing economic momentum will force the Federal Reserve to keep its current stimulus.For the week, gold was up almost 2 percent for its largest weekly gain in five weeks, boosted by safe-haven demand driven by tumbling currencies and assets in emerging markets.Bullion, however, failed to hold on to highs hit earlier Friday after ...
Soymeal up with CBOT on Midwest cold snap ROTTERDAM: Soymeal on the European meals and feeds market saw a steep rise on Wednesday on the back of a strong CBOT soymeal futures close on expectations that a cold snap in the US Midwest will boost feed demand. "The cash market followed Chicago, but buyers were holding back, believing that a bumper South American crop will weigh on prices in the near future. Some speculative business was seen in rapemeal," one broker said. South ...
Gold falls as US equities rally, dollar gain weighs NEW YORK: Gold dropped on Tuesday after posting a one-percent rally in the previous session, as steadier US equities and a stronger dollar prompted investors to unwind some of their safety bets in bullion. A resumption in wage talks between South Africa's top platinum producers and their miners eased supply worries in platinum, briefly sending the metal to its lowest level this year. On Monday, gold rallied after disappointing manufacturing data from the United States ...
Gold rises 1.1pc after weak US, China data; S&P dives NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold rose more than 1 percent on Monday after disappointing manufacturing data from the United States and China pummelled Wall Street, while jitters about emerging markets bolstered an investor flight to safety.The Institute for Supply Management data showed growth in US manufacturing slowed sharply in January on the back of the biggest drop in new orders in 33 years, while growth in China's manufacturing sector slowed to a six-month low.Bullion had gained for ...
ICE Canada canola futures weak ahead of StatsCan report WINNIPEG: ICE Canada canola futures fell on Monday as investors staked out positions in anticipation of a bearish supply report, traders said.The trade expects Statistics Canada on Tuesday to report record high Dec. 31 Canadian canola stocks. The average trade estimate among analysts surveyed by Reuters was 12.3 million tonnes, compared with 8.1 million a year earlier.March canola settled down $3.80 at $426.40 per tonne on volume of 5,804 contracts.May canola settled down $3.80 at ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
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