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China SHANGHAI: China's Ministry of Finance auctioned 26 billion yuan ($4.15 billion) of 1-year bills in the interbank market on Wednesday at an average yield of 2.94 percent, traders said, higher than expected.   Market forecasts had centred around 2.77 percent and ranged from 2.70 to 2.85 percent.   The auction yield came in above Tuesday's indicative secondary market bid yield of 2.8000 percent for one-year government bills.   Copyright Reuters, 2012


Bunds dip, Spain and Greece focus of market talk  LONDON: German government bonds fell on Tuesday as better-than-expected US data and corporate earnings along with talk Spain may be close to a bailout and of Greece receiving more aid increased appetite for riskier assets.   Spanish and Italian debt prices were slightly stronger. The moves were not expected to extend beyond recent ranges, though, with uncertainty over Spain and Greece still high.   "We've been in a risk-positive mood. We've had positive data ... yesterday out of the ...

UK gilts dip ahead of CPI on stronger risk appetite  LONDON: British gilts fell in early trading on Tuesday ahead of British inflation data as investors moved money into riskier assets, heartened by solid company results and talk that Spain was moving closer to a bailout deal.   Consumer and producer price inflation data, due at 0830 GMT, will be closely watched as fading price pressures would give the Bank of England more leeway to add to its quantitative easing stimulus programme in November.   At 0736 GMT, the ...

India MUMBAI: India's Housing Development Finance Corp plans to raise at least 5 billion rupees ($94.29 million) through two-year bonds at 9.18 percent, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday.   ICICI Bank is the sole arranger to the deal, the source said.   Copyright Reuters, 2012

Bund futures fall as risk appetite improves slightly  LONDON: Bund futures opened slightly lower on Tuesday, as better-than-expected US corporate results and retail sales data and talk about Spain being close to a bailout improved appetite for riskier assets.   Uncertainty over the timing of a Spanish bailout remained high, however, and the December futures contract was not expected to break this month's range of roughly 141.00-142.00 in the near term. A rescue package would pave the way for European Central Bank purchases of Spanish ...

US soy rebounds on hopes for China demand; corn firm  SINGAPORE: US soy rose 0.8 percent on Tuesday, recovering from its lowest in more than three months on expectations China will step up imports with prices easing from record highs. Corn snapped two straight sessions of losses on bargain-hunting by end-users and was supported by tight global supplies following the worst US drought in half a century. Soybean export premiums on the US Gulf Coast were near steady on Monday, underpinned by slow farmer sales of newly ...

Iron ore slips toward $110 as Chinese appetite stalls  SINGAPORE: Spot iron ore slipped on Tuesday as lower steel prices in top market China discouraged steel mills from buying more of the raw material after some replenished stockpiles last week.   Slow Chinese steel demand and uncertainty over when it will pick up significantly have forced producers to limit iron ore purchases, trapping prices in narrow ranges below $120 a tonne and clouding prospects for the raw material to rebound to this year's highs.   Price offers for ...


 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyJune
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
Exports $2.016 bln
Imports $4.394 bln
WeeklyJuly 23, 2015
Reserves $18.677 bln