Will the supply cut be enough to support oil prices? One will have to wait and watch.
Opec interestingly did not make public any country quotas this time for production.
Opec and its partners want to withhold oil in 2019 to tighten supply and prop up prices.
Once the US Federal Reserve ends the tightening cycle, the time to buy gold will be near.
Castor seed production is estimated to be lower by 25-30 per cent this year
The next biggest trigger point for oil prices will be the December Opec meeting.
Morgan Stanley says macros are driving stocks at present, rather than idiosyncratic factors.
The company’s largest customer is the government.
The Basant Maheshwari Wealth Adviser’s PMS rallied 10.41 per cent in November.
The ruling party suffered a major setback in the latest round of state elections on Tuesday.
G Chokalingam says midcap and smallcap stocks are showing huge potential.
Nifty futures on Singapore Exchange had slumped as much as 4% before Monday midnight.
Keen to tap this space, companies may come up with robust capital expenditure plans.
Damodaran believes like humans, companies don’t like to age.
As many as five mutual funds were holding over 1 per cent stake in one of these stocks.
JP Morgan says there is 60% chance of recession in the US in 2020 and 80% by 2021.
The crude oil market is highly volatile because of too many conflicting drivers.
Saudis will have to risk Trump’s wrath, Putin’s indifference and booming US shale industry.
The dollar index paced up against a basket of currencies and crossed key resistance of 96 again.
Mustard seed futures are trading in a range due to balanced demand and supply situation.
Domestic prices took support from lower arrivals and a broad weakness in the rupee.
Investors are reaching out to safe haven assets as equities have seen a sharp correction.
Oil market will keep its focus on Iran sanctions, which will take effect on November 4.
The US commercial crude oil stockpiles rose for a fifth consecutive week last week.
The direction of WTI will likely be determined by traders' reaction to the $68.54 level.