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European shares slip back; Novozymes slumps on weak results LONDON: European shares fell on Thursday, with weak corporate results weighing on enzyme company Novozymes and Deutsche Post even as UK stocks outperformed on receding rate-hike fears. The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index, which rose 1.3 percent in the previous session, closed down 0.8 percent at 1,589.38 points. The euro zone's blue-chip Euro STOXX 50 index declined by 0.2 percent. Novozymes slid by around 13 percent after reporting second-quarter earnings below expectations. Deutsche Post's shares also fell after cutting its 2015 profit outlook.Weak oil prices also weighed on energy stocks. However, Belgian financial company KBC rose 3 percent after it posted higher profits. Reinsurer Munich Re firmed 1.5 percent on an improved outlook. The rise in Munich Re enabled Germany's DAX to slightly outperform the region, though Deutsche Post put a drag on the index when it lowered its profit target.Britain's FTSE was a big outperformer, down only 0.1 percent, after ...

Athens stock market gains 3.65pc after three-day loss ATHENS: The Athens stock market on Thursday closed with 3.65 percent gains, its first after three straight days of losses suffered since it was reopened this week following a five-week closure.The ATHEX index closed at 666.68 points, after having lost 19.35 percent of its value since resuming business at the start of the week.On Monday alone, the ATHEX suffered a record-setting plunge of 16.23 percent. Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...
Greece auctions 813mn euros in six-month bonds ATHENS: Greece rolled over 812.5 million euros ($885 million) in six-month treasury bonds Wednesday at the same 2.97 percent interest rate it auctioned bonds in July, the Greek Public Debt Management Agency said.The sale of new bonds to cover maturing titles was an encouraging sign for debt-swamped Greece, which is struggling to reach a new bailout deal with international creditors before August 20, when it must repay some 3.4 billion euros ($3.7 billion) due to ...
Britain's FTSE buoyed by earnings, mining sector rebound LONDON: Britain's top share index rose on Wednesday, boosted by better than expected results from London Stock Exchange and Legal & General, and by a rebound in the mining sector.London Stock Exchange Group gained 2.2 percent after beating expectations as profit after tax rose 21 percent."(Earnings) benefited from both better cost control and a lower tax rate than anticipated," Peter Lenardos, analyst at RBC Capital Markets, said in a note, adding that earnings per share ...
Greek stocks fall nearly 4.0pc on third day of turmoil ATHENS: Greek stocks were nearly 4.0 percent down in midday trade on Wednesday in a turbulent week on the Athens exchange, after the end of a five-week shutdown sparked the biggest drop in its history.The ATHEX index was losing 3.96 percent and stood at 633.78 points, with Greek bank suffering for a third straight day.The bank index was down 21 percent and three of the main four lenders were near the maximum allowed drop of ...
Greek blue chip stock index futures rebound, open 1.79pc higher ATHENS: Greek blue-chip stock index futures rebounded on Wednesday, with the nearest contract expiring on August 21 opening 1.79 percent higher at 198.75 points after the stock market's two-day 17.4 percent plunge. The stock market will open for trade at 0730 GMT on Wednesday. The underlying FTSE large-cap index lost 3.6 percent on Tuesday, dragged lower by bank shares.Trading on the Athens bourse resumed on Monday after a five-week shutdown as part of capital controls ...
European markets mixed over Greek stock declines LONDON: Europe's main stock markets diverged on Tuesday as investors reacted to the fallout from the plunge of banking shares on the Athens stock exchange. London's benchmark FTSE 100 index slipped 0.03 percent to finish at 6,686.57 points. In the eurozone, the CAC 40 in Paris slid 0.16 percent to end the day at 5,112.14 points, while Frankfurt's DAX 30 rose 0.11 percent to close at 11,456.07 points.In foreign exchange on Tuesday, the euro rose ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
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