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Oil prices dip on weaker China data LONDON: Oil fell on Monday as weaker-than-expected Chinese economic data weighed on markets, adding to concerns that declining global demand would exacerbate a surplus of crude. Markets are also waiting to see if the US central bank raises interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade later this week. Should rates rise, analysts expect oil to fall, as a stronger dollar would undermine demand from importing countries. Oil prices have fallen almost 60 percent since June 2014 on the largest global surplus in modern times and concerns about a slowing Chinese economy. Growth in China's investment and factory output missed forecasts in August. A recent run of weak data from the world's second-largest economy has raised the chances that third-quarter growth may dip below 7 percent for the first time since the financial crisis. "There has been a very broad-based reaction to China across commodities, industrial metals and ...

Russia's Gazprom to sell up to 2 bcm of gas per year to Azerbaijan MOSCOW: Russia's Gazprom said on Friday it has signed a deal to sell up to 2 billion cubic metres of gas per year to Azerbaijan Methanol Company (AzMeCo). Gazprom, which used to buy gas from Azerbaijan in previous years, said that it plans to start supplies in the near future. The Gazprom gas is to be used for the Karadagh Methanol Plant. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
Brent oil rises on European, Chinese data; oversupply weighs LONDON: Brent oil rose on Tuesday as strong European economic data and a year-on-year increase in Chinese crude imports outweighed concerns about Asia's economic growth and global oil oversupply. German exports in July climbed 2.4 percent on the month and imports grew by 2.2 percent, both hitting their highest values on record. The euro zone economy grew faster than expected in the second quarter, data showed on Tuesday, with gross domestic product up 1.5 percent ...
Wheat rebounds from 5-year low as focus turns to USDA report PARIS/SINGAPORE: US wheat rose nearly 2 percent on Tuesday in a bounce from a five-year low, supported by broad gains in commodity and equity markets, although hefty global supply continued to keep a lid on the market. Corn and soybeans also rose as US markets reopened after a three-day holiday weekend and with investors starting to adjust positions ahead of closely watched US government crop forecasts this Friday. Chicago Board of Trade most-active wheat contract ...
Oil prices slide at start of week LONDON: Oil prices slid Monday amid market volatility, as investors assessed the outlook for US interest rates. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for delivery in October dropped $1.44 to $44.61 a barrel compared with the close on Friday.Brent North Sea crude for October was down $1.64 to $47.97 in late London deals.Trading volumes were down owing to Labour Day in the United States, helping to exaggerate the day's losses according to dealers.All eyes were on ...
Oil dips in cautious trade ahead of US jobs report LONDON: Oil prices slipped in cautious trade Friday as investors awaited the release of a US jobs report for August that could determine the Federal Reserve's timetable for hiking interest rates.US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for October delivery lost 36 cents to $46.39 per barrel.Brent North Sea crude for October dropped 27 cents in mid-day London deals to $50.41."With the Federal Reserve closely eyeing employment figures in order to gauge the strength of the ...
Oil rangebound as equity rally offsets inventory rise LONDON: Crude prices traded in a narrow range on Thursday as optimism over equity markets helped offset a surprise increase in US oil inventory levels and a firm US dollar. A respite from bearish economic news in China, where markets are closed for public holidays for the rest of the week, also helped hold oil prices rangebound after weeks of huge swings. Brent slipped 15 cents to $50.35 a barrel by 1126 GMT, having gained ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.998 bln
Exports $1.835 bln
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WeeklySeptember 21, 2015
Reserves $18.726 bln