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Wall St to rise at open with eyes on China, earnings NEW YORK: US stocks were set to open higher on Monday, following a sharp decline in the previous session, as Chinese steps to stimulate its slowing economy and earnings, including those from Morgan Stanley, lured money back into equities. In the second industry-wide cut in two months, China's central bank on Sunday reduced the amount of cash that banks must hold as reserves in a move to help spur bank lending and combat slowing growth. Morgan Stanley shares rose 1.5 percent in premarket trading after the Wall Street investment bank reported a 60 percent rise in quarterly profit and raised its dividend by 50 percent to 15 cents per share. Hasbro jumped 5.3 percent after the toymaker reported a surprise increase in revenue.Royal Caribbean fell 7.6 percent after it reported a 3.7 percent fall in revenue, saying a strong dollar hurt onboard spending by customers from outside the United States. ...

TSX rises at open, bolstered by banks, energy firms TORONTO: Canada's main stock index opened broadly higher on Monday as financial stocks rebounded after Friday's losses and energy stocks gained. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index rose 42.96 points, or 0.28 percent, to 15,403.51 shortly after the open. Eight of the index's 10 main sectors climbed higher. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
US, European shares up after China stimulus but Greece weighs NEW YORK: European and US stocks rose on Monday after China announced economic stimulus measures while the euro fell against the dollar on worries Greece may default.Wall Street reversed course after falling steeply on Friday, as companies reported good quarterly earnings although without enough strength to push stocks to record highs. A hefty cut announced on Sunday in the amount of cash Chinese banks must keep in reserves aimed at boosting lending initially lifted shares ...
TSX falls as oil slip takes down energy stocks TORONTO: Canada's main stock index opened lower on Friday, with heavyweight banks and energy companies weighing as crude prices slipped on signs of rising supply. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 101.65 points, or 0.66 percent, at 15,285.12 shortly after the open. That was its lowest level all week.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
Wall St holds steady, oil rises and dollar declines NEW YORK: Wall Street equities finished modestly lower on Thursday as investors worried about coming corporate results, while European stocks fell nearly 1 percent under the weight of Greece's worsening financial predicament.Euro zone government borrowing costs hit new lows, the dollar dropped, and oil prices climbed to fresh 2015 highs on fighting in Yemen.Wall Street was down most of Thursday despite another flurry of better-than-expected profit reports, including Netflix and Goldman Sachs, and eye-catching initial ...
European stocks fall on Greek crisis; Wall St turns higher NEW YORK: European stocks declined nearly 1 percent on Thursday, pressured by Greece's worsening financial predicament, and euro zone government borrowing costs hit new lows.U.S. stocks edged higher on another flurry of better-than-expected profit reports, including ones from Netflix and Goldman Sachs.German government bond yields fell to record lows after the Financial Times reported that the International Monetary Fund rebuffed an informal request by Greek officials to delay loan repayments.Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told ...
Energy drop leads TSX into red TORONTO: Canada's main stock index fell on Thursday as energy bears won a scuffle in the ongoing battle against bulls who expect a recovery in crude oil prices to limit long-term damage to the country's major oil and gas industry.A day earlier the index hit a seven-month high, helped by a surge in the price of oil, but investors failed to muster much enthusiasm for a fresh 2015 crude price peak hit after militants took ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 18,034.93 1.17
Arrow Nasdaq 4,994.60 1.27
Arrow S&P 2,100.40 0.92
Arrow FTSE 7,052.13 0.82
Arrow DAX 11,891.59 1.74
Arrow CAC-40 5,187.59 0.86
Arrow Nikkei 19,634.49 0.09
Arrow H.Seng 27,094.93 2.02
Arrow Sensex 27,886.21 1.95

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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.586 bln
Exports $1.932 bln
Imports $3.518 bln
WeeklyApril 16, 2015
Reserves $16.818 bln