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Gold drops 1.2pc, hits three-month low as dollar gains NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold fell more than 1 percent to a fresh three-month low on Monday as the dollar's rally against a basket of major currencies decreased bullion's appeal as a currency hedge. The dollar index rose 0.3 percent to its highest in over a year as sterling plunged on fears over the outcome of Scotland's upcoming independence referendum and the Australian and Brazilian currencies also dropped. Safe-haven buying also dipped after a ceasefire between Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels took effect on Friday, in a move toward ending a conflict that caused the sharpest confrontation between Russia and the West since the Cold war.Traders said, however, gold's break below its key 200-day moving average last week and a 3 percent pullback in the last four sessions could trigger renewed interest."Large players are using the drop as an opportunity to position themselves for whatever they think the next move for gold will ...

Copper up on speculation of looser China monetary policy LONDON: Copper rose on Monday as weak Chinese import data prompted speculation about looser monetary policy from Beijing, while nickel hit a two-month high on worries over potential supply constraints from the Philippines. The lower chamber of Philippines' Congress has approved at the committee stage a bill seeking to halt exports of unprocessed mineral ores, one of two bills aimed at squeezing more value from the country's mineral resources. The bills, which would require domestic ...
Britain has wheat to sell, finding buyers proving a challenge LONDON: Britain wheat crop is on track to be its highest in at least six years, ensuring the country's return as a net exporter after a two-season hiatus, but selling its surplus could prove challenging given an expected global glut of feed grain. Britain predominantly exports feed quality wheat with the bulk of its sales made to customers within the European Union, particularly Spain, the Netherlands and Portugal. Traders and analysts said this year's wheat ...
Gold falls to three-month low on strong dollar LONDON: Gold dropped to a three-month low on Monday as the dollar recovered losses made after a disappointing U.S. jobs report eased concerns about an early interest rate increase, while investors kept a close eye on the ceasefire in Ukraine.Spot gold fell as much as 0.9 percent to its lowest since June 11, at $1,256.60 in earlier trade, and was down 0.8 percent at $1,258.05 an ounce by 1429 GMT. The metal had gained support ...
Arabica coffee eases, losses limited by Brazil concerns LONDON: Arabica coffee futures on ICE slipped on Monday, underpinned by concerns over top grower Brazil having two consecutive lower than expected crop after dry weather earlier this year.Cocoa prices extended their correction from a more than three-year high, while raw sugar futures were steady.December arabica coffee was down 2.85 cents or 1.4 percent at $1.9520 per lb by 1443 GMT.Revisions to 2014/15 Brazil crop forecasts have concentrated around a production figure below 50 million ...
Iran embarks on fresh wheat spree, buys 200,000 tonnes LONDON/HAMBURG: Iran bought around 200,000 tonnes of wheat, traders said on Monday, as the Islamic Republic stepped up import activity in the face of a poorer than expected domestic harvest.The grain, to be sourced from different origins, was for shipment in November-December, one trader said.In recent years, Iran has imported around five million tonnes of the essential staple, but sources estimate the current requirement at up to six million tonnes."They (Iran) have been relatively quiet ...
Britain has wheat to sell, finding buyers proving a challenge LONDON: Britain's wheat crop is on track to be its highest in at least six years, ensuring the country's return as a net exporter after a two-season hiatus, but selling its surplus could prove challenging given an expected global glut of feed grain.Britain predominantly exports feed quality wheat with the bulk of its sales made to customers within the European Union, particularly Spain, the Netherlands and Portugal.Traders and analysts said this year's wheat crop was ...

 



 
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Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyAugust
Trade Balance $-1.434 bln
Exports $1.930 bln
Imports $3.364 bln
WeeklySeptember 15, 2014
Reserves $13.414 bln