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India in biggest wheat import deals since 2010 as rains damage crop SINGAPORE/NEW DELHI: India has bought up to 80,000 tonnes of Australian wheat in recent deals, three trade sources said on Tuesday, the biggest such imports by the country in five years as unseasonal rains damage the crop at home.Purchases by the world's No.2 wheat consumer and producer could buoy benchmark Chicago prices, which rallied more than 6 percent in the past two sessions and are currently near a one-week top amid concerns over dry weather and rising temperatures hurting the U.S. winter crop.Indian flour millers have bought between 70,000 and 80,000 tonnes of Australian prime wheat for April-May shipment at $260-$265 a tonne, including cost and freight."They have bought three cargoes as some mills are taking coverage because of reports of rain damage," said one Singapore-based trading manager with an international trading company."We don't expect India to buy large volumes as they have substantially large stocks but there could be ...

TOCOM falls to 3-week low on selling from stop-loss orders TOKYO: Benchmark Tokyo rubber futures fell for a third session to a fresh three-week low on Tuesday as plunging oil prices and extended losses in Shanghai futures led to selling from stop-loss orders, dealers said.The Tokyo Commodity Exchange rubber contract for September delivery finished 2.1 yen, or 1 percent, lower at 205.9 yen ($2) per kg. It earlier fell to as low as 205.6 yen, the lowest since March 11."There was no fundamental news, but ...
Palm falls; Indonesia, Malaysia tax policies in focus JAKARTA: Malaysian palm oil futures edged down on Tuesday as traders took profits after a rally the day before and after Indonesia kept its palm oil export tax at zero for April.By Tuesday's close the benchmark June contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives was down 1.19 percent at 2,165 ringgit ($585) a tonne. Total traded volume stood at 35,441 lots of 25 tonnes, just above the daily average of 35,000 lots traded.Exports of Malaysian palm oil ...
CBOT soybeans may fall to $9.53-1/2 SINGAPORE: CBOT soybeans May contract may break a support at $9.66 per bushel and fall more to $9.53-1/2, as indicated by a Fibonacci retracement analysis.The support is provided by the 14.6 percent Fibonacci retracement on the fall from the March 2 high of $10.39 to the March 17 low of $9.53-1/2. It triggered a brief rebound which has ended around a resistance at $9.73-3/4, the 23.6 percent level.A drop to $9.64-1/2 could confirm a break ...
CBOT corn poised to break resistance at $3.96 SINGAPORE: CBOT May corn is poised to break a resistance at $3.96 per bushel and rise more towards the next resistance at $4.03, as indicated by a Fibonacci retracement analysis.These two resistances are identified respectively as the 50 percent and the 61.8 percent retracements on the fall from the Dec. 29, 2014 high of $4.25-1/4 to the March 18 low of $3.67. The resistance at $3.96 triggered a shallow correction, which has ended around a ...
Palm declines; Indonesia, Malaysia tax policies in focus JAKARTA: Malaysian palm oil futures edged down on Tuesday as traders took profits after a rally the day before and after Indonesia kept its palm oil export tax at zero for April.By the midday break the benchmark June contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives was down 1.23 percent at 2,164 ringgit ($583) a tonne. Total traded volume stood at 14,089 lots of 25 tonnes, above the average 12,500 lots.Exports of Malaysian palm oil products in March ...
Palm oil share in India's edible oil imports seen at 9-year low: industry MUMBAI: The share of palm oil in India's growing edible oil imports is expected to drop to the lowest since 2005/06 in the current year to October, as a narrower discount for prices of the tropical oil versus that of rival soyoil hurts demand.This shift in buying pattern at the world's top palm oil importer could drag on benchmark prices that have shed 3 percent in 2015 amid ample global soyoil supplies. Weak Brent crude ...

 



 
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Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
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