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European stocks close higher awaiting Greek deal LONDON: European stock markets closed solidly higher on Monday as traders focused on Greece's efforts to strike a bailout deal, while betting on the outlook for US interest rates.Frankfurt's DAX 30 index jumped 1.83 percent to 12,086.01 points, while the CAC 40 in Paris ended 0.98 percent higher at 5,083.52 points.London's benchmark FTSE 100 index climbed 0.53 percent to 6,891.43 points compared with Friday's close.US stocks were also up in late morning trades in New York, among new activity in health services and energy sectors.The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 1.50 percent, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index rose 0.83 percent.The euro fell to $1.0818 from $1.0890 late in New York on Friday."The eurozone remained a veritable Emerald City for investors, with green scenes throughout the region," wrote Spreadex analyst Connor Campbell."Germany even managed to sneak in positive inflation to the mix... The US markets exploded out of the ...

Bank, Catamaran shares drive TSX higher TORONTO: Canada's main stock index climbed on Monday, supported by advances in the financial sector and a jump in Catamaran Corp after UnitedHealth Group Inc agreed to buy the pharmacy benefit manager. .Catamaran's shares shot up 25 percent to C$76.05, helping drive a 7 percent gain in the healthcare sector.Recent economic data and comments from executives raised expectations that China might undertake more monetary easing measures. While global equity markets benefited from those hopes, some ...

Stocks gain on merger activity, dollar rises NEW YORK: The dollar rose and global equity markets surged on Monday on merger and acquisition activity among drugmakers on both sides of the Atlantic, while Chinese stocks hit a seven-year high on an ambitious government plan to create a modern Silk Road.A spate of deals lifted the Dow and major indexes in Europe more than 1 percent as the dollar gained versus other currencies on the view the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates ...

South African stocks rise, led by miners BHP, Anglo American JOHANNESBURG: South African stocks advanced on Monday with strong gains in the resource sector, spurred by mining giants BHP Billiton and Anglo AmericanShares in Anglo American rose 2.78 percent to 190.74 and BHP Billiton closed 2.04 percent higher at 272.54 rand, buoyed by hopes that a stimulus to China's economy could translate to a greater appetite for emerging market commodities.Chinese stocks surged to seven-year highs, helped by Beijing's unveiling of an ambitious plan to build ...

Britain's FTSE share index ends higher, miners help LONDON: Britain's top share index ended higher on Monday, recovering from last week's drop helped by expectations that more infrastructure spending and policy stimulus in China will boost mining companies.The UK mining index, up 0.8 percent, was among the top sectoral gainers, with shares in Antofagasta, Randgold Resources and Anglo American rising 1.2 to 3.4 percent.China is the world's biggest metals consumer. "Clearly sentiment has improved on expectations of some further Chinese support. More stimulus ...

US stocks jump on UnitedHealth deal NEW YORK: US stocks jumped Monday in early trade helped by news that Dow member UnitedHealth would pay $12.8 billion for rival pharmacy-benefit manager Catamaran.About 35 minutes into trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average stood at 17,972.64, up 259.98 points (1.47 percent).The broad-based S&P 500 surged 20.16 (0.98 percent) to 2,081.18, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index rose 38.82 (0.79 percent) to 4,930.04.Catamaran jumped 24.1 percent to $61.20 after UnitedHealth announced it would buy the ...

Sri Lankan shares fall for 6th session on margin calls, political woes COLOMBO: Sri Lankan shares fell for a sixth straight session on Monday and closed at their lowest in more than eight months as mostly retail investors sold their stocks to settle margin trading, while political worries also weighed on sentiment.The main stock index ended down 1.33 percent, or 91.09 points, at 6,782.43, its lowest close since July 24 and moving away from a key psychological support level of 6,800. It has lost 7.31 percent in ...


ArrowDJIA 17,976.31 1.49
ArrowNasdaq 4,947.44 1.15
ArrowS&P 2,081.24 1.22
ArrowFTSE 6,891.43 0.53
ArrowDAX 12,086.01 1.83
ArrowCAC-40 5,083.52 0.98
ArrowNikkei 19,411.40 0.65
ArrowH.Seng 24,855.12 1.51
ArrowSensex 27,975.68 1.88

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Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-999 mln
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