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#International #Coffee #Organisation Update

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India Stock Market Indices Performance as on 7th November 2014

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India Stock Market Bse Capital Goods Performance as on 7th November 2014
India Stock Market Bse Capital Goods Performance as on 7th November 2014
‪#‎IndiaStockMarket‬ ‪#‎BseSmallCapIndex‬ Performance as on 7th November 2014 at ‪#‎BSE‬ ‪#‎BombayStockExchange‬
India Stock Market Bse Small Cap Index Performance as on 7th November 2014
#IndiaStockMarket #BseMidCapIndex Performance as on 7th November 2014 at #BSE #BombayStockExchange
India Stock Market Bse Mid Cap Index Performance as on 7th November 2014
#IndiaStockMarket #Bse500 Performance as on 5th November 2014 at #BSE #BombayStockExchange
India Stock Market Bse 500 Index Performance as on 7th November 2014

 

#‎IndiaStockMarket‬ ‪#‎NseConsumption‬ Performance as on 7th November 2014.
India Stock Market Bse Consumption Index Performance as on 7th November 2014

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#BseCapitalGoods and #NseConsumption Performance as on 7th November 2014 . . .

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India Stock Exchange Index Nse Commodities and Consumption Performance as on 28th October 2014 at NSE National Stock Exchange

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India Stock Exchange Index Nse Commodities Performance as on 28th October 2014 at NSE National Stock Exchange
India Stock Exchange Index Nse Commodities Performance as on 28th October 2014 at NSE National Stock Exchange
India Stock Exchange Index Nse Consumption Performance as on 28th October 2014 at NSE National Stock Exchange
India Stock Exchange Index Nse Consumption Performance as on 28th October 2014 at NSE National Stock Exchange

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National Stock Exchange Sectoral Indices Performance as on 7th October 2014

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National Stock Exchange Sectoral Indices Performance as on 7th October 2014
National Stock Exchange Sectoral Indices Performance as on 7th October 2014

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Sector-based index provide a single value for the aggregate performance of a number of companies

FMCG = Fast Moving Consumer Good Industry
IT = InformationTechnology
PSU = PublicSectorUnits
INFRA = Infrastructure

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Indian Stock Market Indices performance update as on 11th and 12th August 2014

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Indian Stock Market Indices performance update as on 12th August 2014
Indian Stock Market Indices performance update as on 12th August 2014

 

Indian Stock Market Indices Update as on 11th August 2014
Indian Stock Market Indices Update as on 11th August 2014

#IndiaStockMarket Indices performance update as on 11th and 12th August 2014 at #BSEBombayStockExchange #NSENationalStockExchange. .

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Australia Central Bank cuts rate to boost growth

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Australia cuts rate to boost growth, says FX rate still high – Central Bank News.

 Australia’s central bank’ cut its benchmark cash rate by 25 basis points to 2.75 percent as lower-than-expected inflation had given it scope to cut rates to “encourage sustainable growth in the economy.”
    The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), which embarked on an easing cycle in October 2011 and last cut its rate in November 2012, said economic growth had been a little below trend in the second half of last year and this appears to have continued into 2013 with employment growing slower than the labor force so the jobless rate had increased slightly.
    “The exchange rate, on the other hand, has been little changed at a historically high level over the past 18 months, which is unusual given the decline in export prices and interest rates during that time,” the RBA said, adding demand for credit was currently “relatively subdued.”
    Economists had been mixed in their expectations for the outcome of today’s RBA policy decision and the Australian dollar fell sharply following news of the rate cut, quoted around 1.02 per US dollar, down from highs around 1.06 in early January.
    The RBA, which has now cut rates by 200 basis points since October 2011 to a new historic low, repeated recent statements that the effects of previous easing were continuing to emerge, with savers changing their portfolios toward assets with higher expected returns, rising asset values and higher spending in some areas that are more sensitive to interest rates.

    Consumption has also been rising and home investments have firmed modestly with the prospect for higher business investment outside the resources sector over the next year and exports of raw materials were rising as increased capacity comes on stream.
    “These developments, some of which have been assisted by the reductions in interest rates that began 18 months ago, will all be helpful in sustaining growth,” the RBA said.
    Australia’s Gross Domestic Product rose by only 0.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012, for annual growth of 3.1 percent, the same rate of expansion as in the third quarter.
    The unemployment rate rose to 5.6 percent in March, the highest rate since October 2009, and the RBA expects the rate to rise further towards 5.75 percent this year.
    The inflation rate has remained in line with the RBA’s target of 2-3 percent, but “if anything, a little lower than expected,”the bank said, adding that labour costs had moderated slightly in recent quarters and productivity growth appeared to be improving, holding back prices for non-tradable goods.
     Australia’s inflation rate rose to 2.5 percent in the first quarter of 2013, up from 2.2 in the fourth quarter of 2012, and the RBA said it expects inflation to remain in line with its target over the next two years.
    “The Board has previously noted that the inflation outlook would afford scope to ease further, should that be necessary to support demand,” the RBA said, adding:
   “At today’s meeting the Board decided to use some of that scope. It judged that a further decline in the cash rate was appropriate to encourage sustainable growth in the economy, consistent with achieving the inflation target.”

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South Korea Central Bank Monetary policy meet review

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Korea holds rate, keeps eye on impact of geopolitical risks – Central Bank News.

South Korea’s central bank held its base rate steady at 2.75 percent, saying the domestic economy is  continuing to expand on the back of a recovery in exports and investments but the pace is weak and consumption has declined further, keeping inflation low.
    But the Bank of Korea (BOK), which cut rates twice in 2012 by a total of 50 basis points, said it would “closely monitor external risk factors and Korea’s geopolitical risk and any consequent changes in financial and economic conditions.”
    Financial markets were split in their expectations to the BOK’s decision, with a growing number of economists expecting a cut to boost confidence in light of the recent threats from North Korea, the growing competition from Japan and its weaker yen, and the Korean government’s pressure for the central bank to stimulate the economy to avoid a slowdown in the second half of the year.
    The BOK’s assessment of the economic outlook is largely steady from last month, when it also said it expected the economy to operate below its potential “for a considerable time, due mostly to the slow recovery of the global economy.” This month, however, it added that the influence of the weak yen would also contribute to the negative output gap.
     Nevertheless, the BOK expects the global economy to sustain its modest recovery, based on continued growth in the U.S. and an improvement in China and emerging markets. 

    There are still downside risks to the global economy, the BOK said, referring to a delay in the economic recovery in the euro area, which remains sluggish, and the impact of fiscal consolidation in the United States.
    The BOK added that stock prices had fallen substantially and the Korean won had “depreciated significantly” against the U.S. dollar as foreigners had withdrawn some investment funds in connection with “the reemergence of euro area risk and with the increase in geopolitical risk in Korea.”
    South Korea’s headline inflation rate has been easing recently and dropped to 1.3 percent in March from 1.4 percent in February and January’s 1.5 percent, well below the BOK’s 2.5-3.5 percent range for the 2013-2015 period. Core inflation rose slightly to 1.5 percent in March from 1.3 percent.
    Although inflation remains low due to weak demand, the BOK said it expects inflation to rise as downward pressure from “institutional factors” disappear.
    South Korea’s economy expanded by 2.0 percent in 2012, down from 2011’s 3.6 percent, with Gross Domestic Product in the fourth quarter up by 0.3 percent from the third quarter for annual growth rate of 1.5 percent.

   The government recently cut its 2013 growth forecast to 2.3 percent, below the BOK’s forecast of 2.8 percent from January, and is now planning an additional budget, not only to make up for the expected revenue shortfall but also to add stimulus.

 


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