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Tokyo stocks close up 0.63pc recovering from fall on Greece fears TOKYO: Tokyo stocks gained 0.63 percent Tuesday, rebounding after sharp losses in the previous session as investors brace for an expected Greek default later in the day.The benchmark index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange -- which sank 2.88 percent on Monday -- increased 125.78 points to 20,235.73, while the Topix index of all first-section issues rose 0.34 percent, or 5.58 points, to 1,630.40.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...

Tokyo's Nikkei up 0.11pc at lunch TOKYO: Tokyo's Nikkei 225 ended the morning session 0.11 percent higher Tuesday, rebounding slightly after sharp losses in the previous session as investors brace for an expected Greek default later in the day.The benchmark index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange -- which sank 2.88 percent on Monday -- edged up 23.05 points to 20,133.00 by the break, but the Topix index of all first-section issues dipped 0.17 percent, or 2.80 points, to 1,622.02."We're already in ...
Hong Kong stocks up 1.21pc by lunch HONG KONG: Hong Kong shares rose 1.21 percent in the morning Tuesday after heavy selling in the previous session as traders brace for a Greek default and possible exit from the eurozone.The Hang Seng Index added 313.29 points to 26,280.27 by the break on turnover of HK$78.86 billion (US$10.18 billion).Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...
Asia markets rebound, Shanghai sees more volatility HONG KONG: Most Asian markets edged higher Tuesday, enjoying a slight recovery after the previous day's rout, with Greece just hours away from default, while Shanghai ended flat after another highly volatile morning.The euro edged down and analysts warned of sharp movements this week as Greece prepares for a Sunday referendum on creditors' bailout reform proposals, which European chiefs say boils down to a vote on whether the nation wants to stay in the eurozone.Tokyo ...
Shanghai shares up more than 3pc SHANGHAI: Shanghai shares were up more than three percent in early afternoon trade Tuesday, having plunged more than five percent during the morning as markets took investors on a roller-coaster ride following a fortnight of losses.The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index surged 3.22 percent, or 130.69 points, to 4,183.72. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, added 2.00 percent, or 47.14 points, to 2,398.54.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...
SE Asia Stocks: Malaysia, S'pore lead regional decline on Greek debt fears BANGKOK: Major Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Monday as fears of a Greek debt default prompted foreign outflows, sending the Malaysian index to an over-six-month low while the Indonesian benchmark fell to a near-two-week low.Kuala Lumpur's composite index was down 1.1 percent at 1,691.92, the lowest close since Dec. 17, with 25 out of 30 stocks listed on the index sliding. Selling also hit the ringgit which traded at a 10-year low.Singapore's key Straits ...
Chinese shares sink further, Hong Kong hit by Greece crisis HONG KONG: Chinese shares tumbled Monday after a rollercoaster ride, extending losses of the past two weeks, while Hong Kong also sank on expectations Greece will default on its debt and possibly crash out of the eurozone.The losses came despite a surprise interest rate cut by the central People's Bank of China at the weekend that analysts said was a response to the painful sell-off in mainland equities.The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dived 3.34 percent, ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,730.11 0.16
Arrow Nasdaq 5,009.22 0.08
Arrow S&P 2,076.78 0.03
Arrow FTSE 6,585.78 0.67
Arrow DAX 11,058.39 0.37
Arrow CAC-40 4,808.22 0.57
Arrow Nikkei 20,539.79 0.08
Arrow H.Seng 26,064.11 0.83
Arrow Sensex 28,092.79 0.53

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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
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