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TSX slides as soft jobs data casts doubt on US economy TORONTO: Canada's main stock index fell more than 1 percent on Friday, following disheartening labor market data for September that has cast doubt on the strength of the economy of Canada's biggest trading partner.The US Federal Reserve had said it was on track to raise interest rates before the end of the year, marking the first rate hike in nearly a decade. The latest data, however, showed hiring outside of farming rose by 142,000, well below the 203,000 growth economists polled by Reuters had expected. August figures, which had already been below expectations, were revised lower still. The numbers marked the smallest two-month job gain in more than a year and could spur concerns about the impact of a global economic slowdown on the United States. The TSX's declines mirrored Wall Street, which saw all three main indices giving back more than 1 percent. At 10:46 a.m. ET (1446 GMT), ...

Britain's FTSE loses early gains after weak US data LONDON: Britain's top share index on Friday gave up much of the gains made earlier in the session, knocked back by weak US jobs data which fanned concerns over global growth. US non-farm payrolls data showed on Friday that hiring stalled over the last two months and that wages fell in September, raising new doubts that the American economy is strong enough for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates by the end of this ...

Stocks slump, bonds soar after weak US jobs data LONDON: US and European stock markets sank on Friday in response to drastically poorer than expected US jobs numbers which weakened the case for a rise in Federal Reserve interest rates this year. The payrolls numbers showed hiring outside of farming of just 142,000 last month, short of a consensus forecast of 203,000, while August figures were revised sharply lower to show only 136,000 jobs were added a month earlier. Europe's major stock markets, which ...

Hong Kong stocks close up 3.2pc HONG KONG: Hong Kong stocks closed 3.2 percent up on Friday, despite flatness on Wall Street ahead of a US jobs report later in the day.The benchmark Hang Seng Index gained 659.79 points to end at 21,506.09.Chinese stock markets were closed for a public holiday.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015

Experian shares plunge on US data breach LONDON: Shares in British credit-checking company Experian plunged Friday after admitting that 15 million US customers had their personal data hacked.Shares sank 4.19 percent to 1,030 pence in late morning deals on London's benchmark FTSE 100 index, which rose 0.95 percent to 6,130.14 points.The 15 million affected customers are clients of T-Mobile USA -- the American unit of the German mobile phone giant.Hacked data included names, dates of birth, addresses, social security numbers and other ...

Brazil's real fluctuates on policy outlook  SAO PAULO: Brazil's currency fluctuated between slight gains and losses on Thursday as cautious investors await legislation that could have a major impact on the budget.Other Latin American currencies were mostly stronger, with the Colombian and Mexican pesos boosted by higher prices for oil.The Brazilian real swung in early trade though did not stray far from Wednesday's close of 3.96 per dollar.Brazil's Congress on Wednesday postponed for the second time a vote that could overturn ...

Stocks set to end worst quarter in four years on upbeat note NEW YORK: The dollar gained and global equities rallied on Wednesday, adding an upbeat note to an otherwise dismal third quarter that is the worst for many markets since 2011, on hope that the rout in commodities has run its course. Major equity indexes around the world declined 10 percent or more from July through September as fears mounted of a global slowdown brought on by China. Slower Chinese growth also slammed commodity prices and ...


ArrowDJIA 16,472.37 1.23
ArrowNasdaq 4,707.77 1.74
ArrowS&P 1,951.36 1.43
ArrowFTSE 6,129.98 0.95
ArrowDAX 9,553.07 0.46
ArrowCAC-40 4,458.88 0.73
ArrowNikkei 17,725.13 0.02
ArrowH.Seng 21,506.09 3.17
ArrowSensex 26,220.95 0.25

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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
Imports $3.823 bln
WeeklySeptember 21, 2015
Reserves $18.726 bln