After remaining subdued for a long time, the natural rubber counter is expected to see some cheer in the coming months, as prices are expected to recover with falling imports.
The southwest monsoon season rains (June to September), which account for over 70 per cent of India’s annual rainfall, are projected to be below normal for a second straight year.
Crude oil prices have managed to recover from their multi-year lows, but sustaining the current price levels seems to be tough, as the fundamentals do not lend support to bulli
The Rs 8 000 crore plus jute industry is in the throes of a demand crisis. Jute mills in the organised sector especially in West Bengal are
- May14By Meenakshi Sharma, Reuters
India's demand for gold is likely to increase in April-June from the first quarter due to strong buying during a major festival, lower prices and robust economic growth, the World
After crashing to multi-year low levels in March, guar prices have started bouncing back on anticipation of below-average monsoon and increased demand from the shale gas sector. Prices are
The country has of late been facing a stiff competition from Vietnam in international pepper market. That’s not all
- May04By PTI
L&T Infrastructure Finance Company today said it plans to raise Rs 300 crore through debentures.
The company intends to issue secured redeemable non-convertible debentures of the face value
Agrarian crisis (or farmers’ crisis) is a politically sensitive issue and the government of the day does not want to take any chance. Sugarcane farmers had long been complaining
Despite their long-term outlook being bearish precious metals were quite volatile last week. If the bullion market’s expectations from the US Federal Reserve’s meeting on interest rate hike