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Prices edge higher on dovish ECB, US jobs data eyed NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices rose on Thursday after a dovish outlook from the European Central Bank made US government debt more attractive than European counterparts but caution ahead of Friday's monthly US employment report limited gains. The European Central Bank cut its inflation and growth forecasts for the euro zone and its president, Mario Draghi, said things could get worse. The bank pledged to beef up or prolong its bond-buying program if the picture darkened further, although no one on the bank's Governing Council had argued for it now. US Treasury yields followed German Bund yields lower. Benchmark 10-year Bund yields hit a session low of 0.73 percent, from 0.80 percent late Wednesday, while 10-year US yields hit a session low of 2.15 percent after yielding 2.19 percent late Wednesday. Yields move inversely to prices. "Draghi was dovish," said David Ader, fixed income strategist at CRT Capital in Stamford, ...

Nigeria raises 172.8 bln naira in T-bills, yields mixed LAGOS: Nigeria raised 172.85 billion naira in Treasury bills with maturities of 3 months to one year at mixed returns with strong local investor demand for the note at Wednesday's auction, results released by the central bank showed on Thursday. Total bids for the debts stood at 283.58 billion naira compared with 63.55 billion naira at the previous auction on Aug. 19, boosted by increased naira liquidity in the money market from budgetary allocations for ...

Greece rolls over 6-month T-bills, yield steady ATHENS: Greece sold 1.138 billion euros ($1.28 billion) of six-month T-bills on Wednesday to refinance a maturing issue, keeping its public finances afloat as it heads for elections on Sept. 20. With 1.4 billion euros of six-month paper maturing on Sept. 4, debt agency PDMA sold the new paper at a yield of 2.97 percent, unchanged from a previous sale last month. In the rollover, T-bill holders - mostly banks - renew their positions instead ...

German bond yields fall as ECB policy decision, US data eyed LONDON: German bond yields fell on Wednesday on expectations that the European Central Bank could hint on Thursday at more monetary stimulus to counter disinflationary pressure from sliding commodity prices. Growing concern about the health of the global economy after weak Chinese and US economic data and a renewed slide in oil prices also supported underlying demand for top-rated government bonds. Investors fear that reduced consumption from China will exacerbate a fall in oil prices ...

Croatia T-bill auction misses target ZAGREB: Croatia sold fewer Treasury bills than targeted at an auction Tuesday, with yields remaining flat, Finance Ministry data showed. The ministry sold 436 million kuna ($65.08 million) worth of bills against the 850 million kuna target. "Liquidity on the market is generally good, but not distributed equally among the participants. Another reason is that the banks are cautious awaiting the government's solution for the conversion of the local loans denominated in Swiss francs," a ...

Canadian dollar slides as oil prices fall TORONTO: The Canadian dollar weakened against the US dollar on Monday as volatile crude prices retreated and as investors positioned for month-end trading and ahead of a busy week for economic data.Oil prices slid after staging their biggest two-day rally in six years last week, on renewed worries over excess supply and China's slowing economy.After a quiet period on the economic data front, investors are turning their attentions to this week's Canadian data including second ...

Prices gain on China worries, month-end buying NEW YORK: US safe-haven Treasuries prices rose on Monday on continued concerns over China and emerging market economies, while month-end buying gave longer-dated Treasuries prices a greater boost. China, the world's second-biggest economy, will release its official reading on August factory conditions on Tuesday and economists polled by Reuters believe activity likely shrank at its fastest pace in three years. Concerns about other emerging market economies also underpinned Treasuries prices. In addition, purchases of longer-dated ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 16,351.38 1.82
Arrow Nasdaq 4,749.98 2.46
Arrow S&P 1,948.86 1.83
Arrow FTSE 6,083.31 0.41
Arrow DAX 10,048.05 0.32
Arrow CAC-40 4,554.92 0.30
Arrow Nikkei 18,095.40 0.39
Arrow H.Seng 20,934.94 1.18
Arrow Sensex 25,453.56 0.95

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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
Exports $2.016 bln
Imports $4.394 bln
WeeklyAugust 27, 2015
Reserves $18.509 bln