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Australia shares recoup losses after China funding, trade flat  SYDNEY: Australian shares recovered early losses to trade flat on Thursday as news China's central bank would inject 180 billion yuan into the money market bolstered investor sentiment shaken by Europe's apparent inability to manage its debt crisis.   The injection by China's central bank is the largest weekly injection since Reuters records began in 2006, putting 28.6 billion into money markets through 14- and 28-day reverse repurchase agreements.   This means it will inject a net 365 billion yuan into the market this week.   Violent protests in Madrid and growing talk of secession in the wealthy Catalonia region increased pressure on Spanish Prime MInister Mariano Rajoy as he moves closer to asking euro zone policymakers for rescue money.   Greece faced its biggest anti-austerity protest in more than a year as international lenders admitted to difficulty in working out how to solve Greece's debt crisis.   "The index itself was weak because of what happened in Europe overnight, ...

Australia shares slip 0.3pc on weaker metal prices  CANBERRA: Australian shares slipped 0.3 percent on Wednesday, drifting down for three straight days, as investor sentiment swings between concerns over weak growth in major economies and hopes for monetary easing measures to jump-start the global economy.   A slowdown in China, Australia's top ore consumer, continue to weigh on mining stocks, as China steel futures fell on Wednesday for the first time in three sessions, putting more pressure on spot iron ore prices that may fall ...
Australia shares fall 0.5pc on weaker metal prices  CANBERRA: Australian shares dropped 0.5 percent in late morning trade on Wednesday, as concerns over the global economic recovery continued to hit China's demand for industrial metals, an important export sector for Australia.   Sellers of imported iron ore cargoes to top buyer China cut prices for a third day on Tuesday amid signs that end-user demand for steel in China, the major consumer of Australia's iron ore, remains weak despite a recent spike in steel prices.   The ...
Australia shares slip on weaker industrial metals outlook  SYDNEY: Australian shares slipped 0.3 percent on Tuesday to close at their lowest in nearly two weeks following a drop in iron ore prices, that in part reflected a weakening outlook for the global economy.   The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index ended 12.6 points down at 4,372.9, the lowest close since September 13. The index fell 0.5 percent on Monday.   Global miner Rio Tinto Ltd fell 1.8 percent and larger rival BHP Billiton Ltd slipped 0.5 percent.   Their declines ...
Australia shares slip on weaker industrial metals outlook  SYDNEY: Australian shares slipped 0.2 percent in afternoon trade on Tuesday following a drop in iron ore prices as a weakening global economic outlook dims near-term demand prospects for industrial metals.   The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index had dropped 7.2 points to 4,378.3 by 0219 GMT. The index fell 0.5 percent on Monday.   Global miner Rio Tinto Ltd fell 1.7 percent and larger rival BHP Billiton Ltd slipped 0.6 percent.   Spot iron ore prices in top consumer China fell ...
Australia shares fall, weak iron ore prices weigh on miners  SYDNEY: Australian shares fell 0.7 percent on Monday as sliding iron ore prices hit top miners and enthusiasm over stimulus measures from global central banks waned. The US Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan last week announced further monetary easing steps, and the European Central Bank recently outlined a scheme to help cap the borrowing costs of highly indebted euro zone members which request assistance.  Australian companies, from mining giant BHP Billiton to emerging iron ore ...
Australia shares slide; NZ index highest since Jan 2008  MELBOURNE: Australian stocks fell 0.5 percent on Thursday, led lower by energy firms after a drop in oil prices and by miners as data showed continued contraction in the manufacturing sector in China, Australia's top export destination. New Zealand's benchmark NZX 50 index bucked the regional trend, rising 0.6 percent to 3,819.3 points, its best close since January 2008. New Zealand's economy grew better than expected in the second quarter, rising a seasonally adjusted 0.6 percent in ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,031.14 0.26
Arrow Nasdaq 4,518.90 1.07
Arrow S&P 1,984.13 0.07
Arrow FTSE 6,804.21 0.04
Arrow DAX 9,659.63 0.09
Arrow CAC-40 4,428.63 0.29
Arrow Nikkei 15,948.29 0.25
Arrow H.Seng 24,356.99 0.97
Arrow Sensex 26,816.56 0.90

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Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.434 bln
Exports $1.930 bln
Imports $3.364 bln
WeeklySeptember 15, 2014
Reserves $13.414 bln