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CBOT corn to still targets $3.53-3/4 SINGAPORE: CBOT May corn still targets $3.53-3/4 per bushel as it has broken support at $3.62-1/2.Support was at the 61.8 percent Fibonacci projection level of a downward wave C, the third wave of a three-wave cycle that developed from the Dec. 29, 2014 high of $4.25-1/4.This wave could travel to $3.40-1/4, its 100 percent projection level.A more realistic target, however, could be $3.53-3/4, the 76.4 percent projection level. A break above $3.62-1/2, now a resistance, could trigger a limited gain to the March 18 low of $3.67. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

CBOT soybeans neutral in $9.66-3/4 to $9.80-1/2 range SINGAPORE: CBOT soybeans May contract looks neutral in a range of $9.66-3/4 to $9.80-1/2 per bushel, and an escape will point a direction.The range has been formed by the 23.6 percent and the 38.2 percent Fibonacci retracements on the fall from the March 2 high of $10.39 to the April 10 low of $9.44-1/2.A break above $9.80-1/2 will open the way towards the next resistance at $9.91-3/4, the 50 percent level, while a break below ...
Asia Q1 cocoa grinding drops 9.3pc y/y SINGAPORE: Cocoa grinding in Asia slid in the first quarter from a year ago, but rose marginally as compared with the October-December period, industry data showed on Friday. Grinding in Asia, the world's top cocoa processing region, fell 9.3 to 144,738 tonnes over January to March, but rose 2.4 percent from the preceding three-month period, data from the Cocoa Association of Asia (CAA) showed.The CAA groups grinders in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. "The market consensus ...
Corn set for biggest weekly loss since Jan; US planting eyed SINGAPORE: Chicago corn slid for a fifth straight session on Friday and was set for its biggest weekly loss in nearly three months, hurt by expectations of rapid planting in the United States and fears of reduced demand following a bird flu outbreak.Soybeans are on track for a second week of gains as the market was underpinned by a trucker strike in Brazil that could delay shipments.Chicago Board Of Trade May soybeans are up 1 ...
Dalian iron ore jumps more than 3pc as spot price holds above $50 SINGAPORE: Chinese iron ore futures climbed more than 3 percent on Wednesday as benchmark spot prices held above $50 a tonne, stabilising after steep losses caused by a global glut.BHP Billiton said it would delay an expansion of its iron ore output to 290 million tonnes a year, becoming the first big miner to slow a planned production increase after a plunge in prices.Iron ore for September delivery on the Dalian Commodity Exchange was up ...
Corn eases for 2nd day as dry weather boosts US planting SINGAPORE: Chicago corn futures fell for a second session on Tuesday, pressured by a government report showing US farmers made strong planting progress last week as weather across the Midwest turned dry.Wheat edged lower, giving up some of its gains from the last session, on forecasts of more beneficial rains in the US Plains and estimates of higher production in Russia.Chicago Board of Trade corn had dropped 0.6 percent to $3.75-3/4 a bushel by 0236 ...
Iron ore eyes second best week this year, but outlook still bleak SINGAPORE: Spot iron ore prices are set to post their biggest weekly gain since early January, although an early-week rally has fizzled as investor focus returned to plentiful global supply.Iron ore futures held steady on Friday after sharp gains on Monday and Tuesday that helped to lift benchmark spot prices further off a decade-low below $50 a tonne.Still, Citigroup this week said it expects iron ore to fall to $36 in the third quarter and ...


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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 $-1.795 bln
Exports $1.995 bln
Imports $3.790 bln
WeeklyMay 26, 2015
Reserves $17.749 bln