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Sugar whites sold at $60 premiums; Indonesia buys hipol  SINGAPORE: A few cargoes of Thai white sugar were sold at premiums to London futures this week, while rising demand from Indonesia could push up the value of raw sugar for next year's delivery, dealers said on Tuesday. Thai sugar crushing starts again in November or December and runs through April, but trading houses have already quoted premiums for raw sugar from the new season. Thai whites from the current season are still being sold to buyers in Southeast Asia. "Refined sugar has been done at between $55 and $60 over London. It's quite expensive but small parcels have been sold to Vietnam or consumers in Indonesia, which still hold import licences," said a dealer in Singapore. "Usually demand starts to creep up during this time of the year. There's buying interest for raws at 50 points premiums, but traders want to sell at 60 to 70 points." Thai white sugar for this year's ...

LME aluminium targets $2,315 in three months  SINGAPORE: LME aluminium would rise to $2,315 per tonne over the next three months, as a short-term uptrend from the Aug. 16 low of $1,827.25 has not completed.   This trend will partially reverse a preceding downtrend that developed from the May 3, 2011, high of $2,803 to $1,827.25.   Two waves labelled a and c will drive the trend up.   The wave a has completed around $2,200, the 38.2 percent Fibonacci retracement on the fall from $2,803 to $1,827.25.   The ...
Tokyo futures slip on weak oil, worry over falling demand  BANGKOK: Tokyo rubber futures slipped on Monday, tracking falls in oil prices, while persistent worry about global economic growth weighed on the market, dealers said. The benchmark rubber contract on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange for February delivery fell 2.6 yen to settle at 254.4 yen ($3.25) per kg. The most-active rubber contract on the Shanghai rubber futures exchange for January delivery was down 575 yuan to settle at 23,565 yuan ($3,700) per tonne. The front-month October rubber contract ...
Philippines to issue up to $1.5bn global peso notes, dollar bonds  MANILA: The Philippines plans to issue as much as $1.5 billion in global peso notes and US dollar bonds, with some of the proceeds possibly funding a buyback of expensive foreign debt as part of a debt management programme, a senior government official said on Thursday.   Manila may sell up to $1 billion in peso-denominated global notes to foreign investors and as much as $500 million in dollar bonds in the local debt market, said Rosalia ...
China finance ministry sells 10-year bond at avg 3.5059pc  SHANGHAI: China's Ministry of Finance auctioned 30 billion yuan ($4.75 billion) of reopened 10-year bonds in the interbank market on Wednesday at an average yield of 3.5059 percent, traders said, at the low end of expectations.   Market forecasts had centred around 3.53 percent and ranged from 3.50 to 3.56 percent.   The auction yield came in below Wednesday's indicative secondary market bid yield of 3.520 percent for 10-year government bonds.   Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
Taiwan sells 10-year govt bonds at 1.187 pc yield  TAIPEI: Taiwan auctioned T$35 billion ($1.19 billion) in 10-year government bonds at a yield of 1.187 percent, the central bank said on Wednesday, below forecasts in a Reuters poll for a yield of between 1.190 percent and 1.2125 percent.   The yield was a record low.   Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
CBOT wheat to end rebound below $8.94  SINGAPORE: CBOT December wheat will end its weak rebound from Monday's low of $8.76 a bushel below a resistance at $8.94, and drop back to $8.76.   The current fall from $9.31 is expected to totally reverse a corrective wave cycle on the rise from $8.57-1/4 to $9.31, so the rebound may stop below the 50 percent Fibonacci retracement on the cycle.   Support is at $8.74-1/2, the 76.4 percent retracement, a break below which will open the way ...


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Foreign Debt $61.805bn
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