- Aug23By Reuters
Indian gold refiners just months ago were ramping up capacity and struggling to secure enough ore from miners. Now, they are suspending operations as a surge in smuggled bullion wipes out wafer thin margins.
India imported copper wire worth Rs 78 crore from Asean countries between April and June, almost double the imports recorded in the same quarter last year. Raw material security
Cardamom on the multi commodity exchange of India (MCX) was up by nearly 4 per cent last Friday at Rs 1,135.7 per kg on the back of buying support
- Aug19By Rajendra Jadhav & Sethuraman N R, Reuters
Physical gold demand in Asia improved modestly this week as consumers returned to the market ahead of upcoming festivals in India and China when demand is usually high.
- Aug15By Joe Deaux, Bloomberg
Investors are growing more sceptical of gold’s lasting lustre. Hedge funds and other speculators cut their wagers on a bullion rally for the fourth time in five weeks
For the most part of the first half of the year crude oil prices have remained bearish. In May the market expected a bounce back because prices
The Indian sugar sector cycle has changed. After five years of surplus production the sugar season 2015-16 has witnessed a 12 per cent fall in output mainly
After a depressing first half, World Gold Council has lowered its gold demand projection for the calendar year 2016 by over 100 tonnes. The annual consumption is estimated to
- Aug11By PTI
Country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) plans to bring more products with hybrid technology over the next few years as concern for safeguarding environment increases in India.
Despite being bearish in the first quarter of this calendar, cardamom prices have risen sharply over the past four months due to supply concerns and higher demand. Prices are
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