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TSX gains as banks lead, eyeing 0.8pc gain on week TORONTO: Canada's main stock index rose on Friday and was still on track for a 0.8 percent gain in a week of all-time highs, as financial stocks and some resource names gained.The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index has climbed into virgin territory in recent days. Investors are confident that economic fundamentals underpin the rally, despite worries of a pullback."It is sustainable but in the short term we could very well have a consolidation," Rick Hutcheon, president at RKH Investments. "It's all going to depend very much on the earnings as they come out over the next little while."Hutcheon said that equities are likely to remain more popular than fixed income while interest rates are low and looking to rise, and that energy and financial stocks are well placed to gain from global recovery and higher rates."There really aren't a whole lot of choices until the Fed starts to raise ...

Wall St set to dip at open, Amazon weighs NEW YORK: US stocks were set to dip at the open on Friday, weighed by weak results including those from Amazon, with the S&P 500 expected to remain near its record high and within striking distance of 2,000. Amazon shares tumbled more than 10 percent in premarket trading after investment in new businesses cut into earnings and the company reported a much larger-than-expected loss in the second quarter. Orders for long-lasting US manufactured goods rose ...

Vietnam index falls 0.3pc; BIDV outperforms on dividend plan HANOI: Vietnam's benchmark VN Index lost 0.32 percent on Friday, coming down from a near four-month high the previous day, with lender BIDV bucking the trend to reach its highest since May 7 on news of its 2013 dividend plan.The bank was up 3.38 percent, with 17.4 million shares traded, the highest volume in four months, Reuters data showed.BIDV will pay 850 dong ($0.04) per stock, or 8.5 percent of face value, as its 2013 ...

Shares in Hungary's MOL slip ahead of talks with Croatia BUDAPEST: Hungarian oil group MOL shares eased on Friday ahead of its talks with the Croatian government that media reports said may include a possible Croatian offer to buy back MOL's stake in sector peer INA .Stocks remain under pressure in Central Europe's troubled oil and gas sector where low refining and extraction margins and stagnating demand is likely to weigh on second-quarter earnings."I will sweat if I need to recommend something for buying in ...

Sanctions and escalation fears weigh on Russia LONDON: Russian shares opened lower on Friday, depressed by the threat of deeper economic sanctions in retaliation for Moscow's role in Ukraine while broader emerging equities stayed just off 17-month highs hit earlier this week. Moscow's dollar-denominated RTS share index and its rouble-traded equivalent the MICEX were both around 1 percent lower as European Union governments mulled what steps they will take.The market is down 2 percent this week and looks set to extend last ...

Banks outpace flat UK FTSE after RBS's bumper results LONDON: British lenders who focus on the domestic market outpaced a flat FTSE 100 index on Friday after strong results from Royal Bank of Scotland and solid economic output data. Shares in RBS surged 13.9 percent, on track for their biggest rise in four years, after the bank posted a surprise pretax profit for the second quarter, citing an economic upturn that allowed it to write back losses that had been booked on bad loans. ...

SE Asia Stocks: Most fall ahead of holidays BANGKOK: Most Southeast Asian stock markets edged lower on Friday, with the Indonesian benchmark posting its first weekly loss in a month, ahead of a market holiday next week, while Singapore shares slipped after worse-than-expected June industrial production data.The region saw a range-bound session ahead of holidays in the major sharemarkets. Singapore will be closed on Monday, Malaysia on Monday and Tuesday and the Philippines on Tuesday. The Indonesian market will remain closed for the ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 16,563.30 1.88
Arrow Nasdaq 4,369.77 2.09
Arrow S&P 1,930.67 2.00
Arrow FTSE 6,730.11 0.64
Arrow DAX 9,407.48 1.94
Arrow CAC-40 4,246.14 1.53
Arrow Nikkei 15,620.77 0.16
Arrow H.Seng 24,756.85 0.10
Arrow Sensex 25,894.97 0.74

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Foreign Debt $60.9bn
Per Cap Income $1,368
GDP Growth 3.6%
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