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India oilseeds, soyoil rise on demand, overseas cues MUMBAI: Indian soyoil futures climbed 1 percent on Monday on strong demand from bulk users who preferred soyoil over palm oil in the winter season.   A rise in palm oil prices in overseas markets further boosted sentiment.   Soybean and rapeseed rose due to thin supplies and robust demand, though prospects of bumper rapeseed crop capped the upside.   As of 0842 GMT, Malaysian palm oil futures were up 0.54 percent at 2,413 ringgit per tonne.   India meets more than half of its edible oil requirement through imports, which largely constitute palm oil.   "Demand is strong for soyoil due to winter season. Consuming industry is replacing palm oil by soyoil in northern India," said Prasoon Mathur, a senior analyst with Religare Commodities.   Palm oil is the preferred oil of bulk consumers in India, but it freezes quickly in the winter season.   The actively traded soyoil contract for February delivery on India's National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange was 0.75 percent ...

India bond yields rise; central bank chief tempers rate cut hopes MUMBAI: India's benchmark government bond yields and swap rates rose on Wednesday after the central bank chief Duvvuri Subbarao was reported by media as saying inflation was "still quite high", denting hopes of a 50 basis points rate cut this month.   Data on Monday showed inflation in December had fallen to a three-year low, sparking hopes the Reserve Bank of India could cut interest rates by as much as 50 bps at its policy review on ...
India to sell 120bn rupees of bonds on Jan 18 MUMBAI: India will sell 120 billion rupees ($2.2 billion) of bonds on Jan. 18, the Reserve Bank of India said in a statement on Monday.   New Delhi will sell 60 billion rupees of 8.33 percent 2026 bonds, the central bank.   India will also sell 30 billion rupees each of 8.07 percent 2017-July bonds and 8.97 percent 2030 bonds.   Copyright Reuters, 2013* ...
India bonds rally to 29-month highs; 50 bps rate cut seen possible MUMBAI: Indian government bonds rallied on Monday, sending benchmark yields to a 29-month low, after a slower-than-expected rise in headline inflation cemented hopes the central bank will cut rates by at least 25 basis points later this month.   The 1-year overnight index swap (OIS) rate, which is most sensitive to near-term rates cuts, fell to a seven-month low after the December wholesale price index (WPI) rose 7.18 percent from a year ago, according to data on ...
Indian bonds take breather after recent rally; yields inch up  MUMBAI: Indian government bond yields ended slightly higher on Tuesday, a day after hitting a 26-month low, as investors took a breather after 11 straight sessions of price gains on expectations the central bank would cut interest rates later this month.   Traders will monitor the November industrial output data on Friday and December inflation on Monday for cues ahead of a critical policy review by the Reserve Bank of India on Jan. 29.   Widespread expectations the central ...
Turkish bond yields down ISTANBUL: Turkish bond yields fell and the lira firmed slightly on Monday as treasury debt auctions attracted strong bids from investors seeking high returns.   The treasury will tap a four-year fixed-coupon bond and a 10-year CPI-linked bond later on Monday.   It placed a combined 2,194 million lira ($1.2 billion) of the two bonds through non-competitive tenders before the auctions, of which 994 million lira went to primary dealers and 1,200 million lira to public institutions.   By 1048 GMT, ...
Indian federal bonds rally on RBI buying, auction shift  MUMBAI: Indian federal bonds rallied on Tuesday, with the benchmark yield falling below the central bank's current repo rate for the first time since early April 2011, after a scheduled auction was cancelled and the Reserve Bank of India said it will buy more bonds.   Bonds extended a rally which began on Monday on growing hopes that the government's increasing thriftiness will help prevent any additional borrowing via bonds, and any excess borrowing will be limited ...


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Banking Review 2014

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