Contrary to the divergent directions base metals have been following in October, November saw them reacting to the broader economic cues. Base metals have seen good rally for the
Like many other rabi crops, demonetisation has also taken its toll on sugarcane and the sugar industry across Maharashtra, UP and Gujarat, among other cane growing states.
The currency demonetisation, just on the eve of the rabi season, has come as a bolt from the blue for wheat farmers.
By FC Bureau
What a week it was. Two major historical events took place in the two largest economies of the world.
- Nov19By PTI
Gold premiums in India jumped to two-year highs this week as jewellers ramped up purchases on fears that the government might put curbs on imports after withdrawing higher-denomination notes from
The Centre is considering a lower 3 per cent goods and services tax (GST) rate on gold even as the industry sticks to its demand to keep it at a
Natural rubber prices in the international and domestic market have been moving divergently of late as higher premium and increased imports made it difficult for Indian rubber prices to catch
The border tensions and subsequent surgical strike by India have taken their toll on tea exports to Pakistan. Tea exports to Pakistan witnessed a sharp 36 per cent decline
- Nov10By FC Policy Bureau
The finance ministry has made it clear that it will be the final authority in deciding whether to permit foreign investors to trade in Indian commodity futures market, a topic
Demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination notes saw gold prices in Mumbai’s bullion street Zaveri Bazaar, at one point touching Rs 60,000 per 10 gm. However, sales
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