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China's Nov Iran crude oil imports down 2.6pc BEIJING: China's November crude oil imports from Iran fell 2.6 percent from a year earlier to 2.13 million tonnes, or 517,560 barrels per day (bpd), customs data showed on Monday.On a daily basis, the November imports rose 53 percent from 338,635 bpd in October, while Jan-Nov imports rose 29.3 pct on year at 544,090 bpd.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...

Oil prices extend gains in Asia SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose in Asia on Monday, extending a sharp rebound at the end of last week, with analysts predicting the sector has bottomed out after plunging almost 50 percent since June.US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for February delivery gained 79 cents to $57.92 while Brent crude for February added 91 cents to $62.29 in afternoon trade."We do not expect WTI and Brent to test new lows this week," said Daniel Ang, investment ...
Sinopec says to raise winter gas supply 11pc BEIJING: China's Sinopec Corp plans to increase its commercial natural gas supplies to domestic users from November through March to 8.4 billion cubic metres (bcm), up 11 percent from last year, to meet strong winter demand.China faced a severe gas shortage last year as consumption peaked during the winter months in the world's top energy user, compelling it to ration and suspend supply to some industries in order to guarantee sufficient stock for home and ...
Sinopec says to raise winter gas supply 11pc y/y BEIJING: China's Sinopec Corp plans to increase its commercial natural gas supplies to domestic users from November through March to 8.4 billion cubic metres (bcm), up 11 percent from last year, to meet strong winter demand. China faced a severe gas shortage last year as consumption peaked during the winter months in the world's top energy user, compelling it to ration and suspend supply to some industries in order to guarantee sufficient stock for home ...
Brent climbs above $62 as Asian markets open strong SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose on Monday as Asian markets opened strongly into a holiday-shortened week and consensus spread that Brent crude futures would likely remain above $60 for the rest of the year.MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan extended gains and was up 1.1 percent. Japan's Nikkei stock average erased early gains and was flat ahead of a Japanese public holiday, though Australian shares surged 1.6 percent. Brent climbed more than a dollar ...
CNPC, South Sudan in MoU to boost oil production BEIJING: China National Petroleum Co, or CNPC, has entered into an agreement with South Sudan to boost production of existing oilfields in the young African state, according to a report in China Petroleum New, a CNPC-run paper. Oil is the main source of cash for South Sudan, but output has dropped due to conflict and ageing fields. Fighting between rebels and the government has damaged some fields. CNPC's engineering and services team will work with ...
Asian shares take cue from Wall Street's rally TOKYO: Asian shares took their cues from Wall Street and kicked off a holiday-shortened week on a strong footing on Monday, while the euro touched a fresh two-year low against the greenback on divergent monetary policy expectations. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan extended gains and was up 1.1 percent. Japan's Nikkei stock average erased early gains and was flat ahead of a Japanese public holiday on Tuesday, though Australian shares surged 1.6 ...

 



 
Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 18,010.68 0.64
Arrow Nasdaq 5,070.03 0.55
Arrow S&P 2,107.39 0.63
Arrow FTSE 6,984.43 0.80
Arrow DAX 11,413.82 2.26
Arrow CAC-40 5,007.89 2.53
Arrow Nikkei 20,563.15 0.06
Arrow H.Seng 27,424.19 0.11
Arrow Sensex 27,828.44 1.17





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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyApril
Trade Balance $-1.795 bln
Exports $1.995 bln
Imports $3.790 bln
WeeklyMay 28, 2015
Reserves $17.494 bln