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Wheat rises to five-week high on dry weather in US, Russia PARIS/SINGAPORE: US wheat gained more than 1 percent on Monday, rising to its highest in almost five weeks as dry weather in the United States and Russia prompted short-covering by investors.Soybeans and corn rose to their highest in more than a week with weakness in the dollar providing additional support to agricultural markets.Chicago Board of Trade May wheat climbed 1.1 percent to $5.36 a bushel by 1230 GMT, after hitting $5.40-1/2 earlier in the session, the highest since Feb. 17. The market rose 3.5 percent on Friday.May soybeans gained 1.0 percent to $9.80-3/4 a bushel, after hitting a 10-day high of $9.82-1/2 a bushel and having firmed 1.2 percent on Friday. Corn was 0.7 percent higher at $3.89 a bushel, after touching $3.91-1/4, its highest since March 12. It had gained 3.1 percent in the previous session."The weather is not all that favourable for wheat crops as we have seen ...

Gold firms on weaker dollar, post-Fed caution LONDON: Gold firmed on Monday, following a three-day rally that pushed it to its highest in two weeks, as a weaker dollar and caution from the Federal Reserve on the timing of a possible hike in U.S. interest rates generated modest investor interest.Spot gold was up 0.2 percent at $1,184.60 an ounce by 1318 GMT, not far from its highest since March 6 at $1,187.80 hit on Friday, as the dollar tumbled.European shares fell, also ...
Raw sugar futures edge higher, boosted by weak dollar LONDON: Raw sugar futures edged up from last week's six-year low on Monday, boosted partly by a weaker dollar while ample supplies kept a lid on the market.Arabica coffee futures declined, with the recent run-up stalling as the market waited for more clarity about the outlook for Brazil's 2015/16 crop. Cocoa futures also fell.May raw sugar was up 0.10 cent, or 0.8 percent, at 12.78 cents a lb at 1419 GMT. The front month slumped ...
Gold steadies on weaker dollar, post-Fed caution LONDON: Gold steadied on Monday, following a three-day rally that pushed it to its highest in two weeks, as a weaker dollar and caution from the Federal Reserve on the timing of a possible hike in U.S. interest rates generated modest investor interest.Spot gold was unchanged at $1,182.60 an ounce by 1107 GMT. It climbed to its highest since March 6 at $1,187.80 on Friday, as the dollar tumbled.European shares fell, also on caution about ...
Lead jumps as available inventories dry up; copper firm LONDON: Lead prices climbed on Monday on concern about potential shortages after a dramatic drop in available inventories while a weaker dollar helped to support other metals, with copper rising to its highest in more than two months.London Metal Exchange (LME) data showed that one party was holding up to 80 percent of inventories while the proportion of available inventories tumbled to slightly more than 50 percent from about 95 percent.LME data does not provide ...
London copper climbs on slower US rate hike hopes; chart-based buys MELBOURNE: London copper rose to its highest level in more than two months on Monday, as expectations the United States will delay an interest rate hike dragged on the dollar, while chart watchers saw fresh buy signals after prices broke a key technical level.The dollar traded on the defensive in Asia in the wake of the Federal Reserve's dovish steer, which cast doubts on bullish positions in the greenback.A weaker dollar boosts purchasing power of ...
Copper hits more than two-month peak as China inventories fall LONDON: Copper prices jumped to a more than two-month high on Friday after Chinese inventories fell for the first time in two months, a signal that demand in the top metals consumer is slowly recovering after the Lunar New Year holiday. Prices also gained support from supply concerns as a blockade of the Grasberg mine in Indonesia marked its fifth day.Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange rose 3.3 percent to close at $6,045 a ...

 



 
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Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyJanuary
Trade Balance $-999 mln
Exports $2.064 bln
Imports $3.063 bln
WeeklyMarch 13, 2015
Reserves $16.273 bln