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23 Mar 17
MCX eyes agri commodities segment with a slew of new products
01:29 AM
The Multi Commodities Exchange (MCX) has set its sights on strengthening its position in the agri commodities segment and consolidating its presence in the non-agri segment.
22 Mar 17
Oil drops to lowest since November as US inventories swell
11:45 PM
Oil prices slid to almost four-month lows on Wednesday, with Brent briefly falling below $50 a barrel, after data showed US crude inventories rising faster than expected, piling pressure on the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec)
Oil advances on talk of extension to Opec output cuts
01:10 AM
Oil prices on Tuesday fell close to its lowest in a week as the market discounted the latest talk by OPEC that it would extend output cuts beyond June.
17 Mar 17
Oil slips despite weak dollar as US stockpiles remain high
05:03 AM
Oil prices slipped on Thursday, as support from a weaker dollar was offset by US crude inventories near record high levels that again raised concerns whether the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec)-led output cuts were starting to
Commodities gain after US Fed hikes rates
01:00 AM
Commodity prices, led by gold, advanced in the international market and in India, following a quarter per cent increase in rates by the US Federal Reserve on Wednesday.
16 Mar 17
Traders watch out! Centre mulls limiting cash deals at Rs 50,000 in bullion
08:55 AM
Bullion traders may soon have to conduct all transactions above Rs 50,000 through banks, with the government considering a proposal to limit cash deals to bring transparency in the trade.
Oil market could tilt into deficit if Opec sticks to cuts: IEA
03:17 AM
Global oil inventories rose for the first time in January as the market grappled with a swell in production last year, but if the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) maintains its output cuts, demand should overtake supply in the
Why Paswan is unhappy with sugar producer's association
02:04 AM
Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Tuesday said the estimates of sugar production provided by the Indian Sugar Mills Association (Isma) were low and “misleading&" and no import was required now because the country had enough sugar.
15 Mar 17
Opec says oil stocks still increasing, Saudis raise output
01:35 AM
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) said on Tuesday oil inventories have risen despite a global deal to cut supply and raised its forecast of production in 2017 from outside the group, suggesting complications in an effort to
14 Mar 17
Gold steadies on prospect of imminent US rate rises
02:40 AM
Gold prices were little changed on Monday as the prospect of imminent interest rate rises kept them near the five-week lows touched last week, while elections in Europe created uncertainty and fuelled investor buying.
Oil at 3-month lows, global stocks edge up before US rate decision
02:28 AM
Oil prices hovered near three-month lows while a key gauge of world stocks advanced on Monday as investors braced for a busy week for global markets, including a potential US interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
10 Mar 17
Oil drops 2% to lowest since OPEC deal, US crude below $50/bbl
04:47 AM
Oil fell about 2 percent on Thursday in heavy trade, extending the previous session's slump to prices not seen since an OPEC-led pact to cut production was agreed, as record US crude inventories fed doubts about the effectiveness of the deal to curb a
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