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Indian coffee prices edge higher at weekly auction MUMBAI: Coffee prices in India edged higher at a weekly auction, helped by overseas leads and firm export demand.Arabica Plantation PB price were higher by 1,950-2,020 rupees per 50 kgs, A and AA grade price were higher by 1,500- 1,625 per 50 Kgs, B grade price were higher 1,650-1,750 per 50 kgs.Robusta Parchment AA and RKR price were higher 550-600 rupees per 50 kgs.Arabica Coffee in New York for May delivery was higher 27.15 cents per pound. Robusta coffee in London for May was higher by $121 per tonne on week. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...

NY coffee targets $2.0760 SINGAPORE: New York May coffee may break a resistance at $2.0350 per lb and rise further to $2.0760, driven by a wave c.The strong recovery of the price from the Wednesday low of $1.9015 suggests an extension of the preceding uptrend from the April 2 low of $1.6790. A Fibonacci projection analysis reveals the resistance at $2.0350, the 38.2 percent level, which blocksthe way towards the 50 percent level at $2.0760.Support is at $1.9840, the ...
NY cocoa to drop into $2,954-$2,970 range SINGAPORE: New York May cocoa seems to have completed a rebound from the April 2 low of $2,905 per tonne, and may drop into a range of $2,954-$2,970. The completion has been indicated by cocoa's failure to break resistance at $3,007, the 76.4 percent Fibonacci retracement on the fall from the March 17 high of $3,039 to the April 2 low of $2,905. Further indication is the sudden fall on Thursday after market opened. A ...
CBOT corn to drop to $4.81 SINGAPORE: CBOT May corn is expected to fall to $4.81 per bushel, as it failed to break a resistance at $5.22.The resistance is at the 61.8 percent Fibonacci retracement on the fall from the June 19, 2013 high of $5.88-1/2 to the Jan. 10 low $4.14-1/2. A correction has been triggered towards the 38.2 percent retracement at $4.81.The rise from $4.14-1/2 could be well broken down into five small waves, and the completion of such ...
Malaysia March palm stocks rise, output jumps more than expected KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's palm end-stocks rose in March, industry data showed, missing market estimates for a drop to a three-year low as the effect of crop-damaging weather wore off and output surged. Stocks in the second-largest grower after Indonesia rose nearly 2 percent to 1.69 million tonnes, industry regulator the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) said in a monthly report on Thursday, against forecasts for a drop to 1.58 million tonnes.The unexpected rise in stocks ...
CBOT wheat may test support at $6.58-1/2 SINGAPORE: CBOT May wheat may test a support at $6.58-1/2 per bushel, as it failed to break a resistance at $6.83-1/2.The resistance has been identified as the 38.2 percent Fibonacci retracement on the fall from the March 20 high of $7.23-1/2 to the April 4 low of $6.58-3/4. Wheat's failure to overcome this barrier indicates a resumption of the preceding downtrend that developed from $7.23-1/2.The support is provided by the 38.2 percent Fibonacci retracement on ...
CBOT soybeans target $14.63-3/4 SINGAPORE: CBOT soybeans May contract is due for a deep drop as it may have completed a wave C that developed from the Nov. 5, 2013 low of $12.24.The final component wave of the wave C, the wave 5, could have peaked at the Wednesday high of $15.12, slightly above a resistance at $15.04-1/2, the 161.8 percent Fibonacci projection level of the wave C. The bearish divergence on the daily RSI strongly suggests the exhaustion ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.586 bln
Exports $1.932 bln
Imports $3.518 bln
WeeklyApril 16, 2015
Reserves $16.818 bln