Palladium soars again, sparks bubble concerns
On Thursday, prices rallied 5.3 per cent and surpassed $2,380 an ounce.
Asian shares firm as China data show signs of easing economic strains
MSCI's global share index touched record highs and was last up 0.05 per cent.
Tension but no shock on oil market: IEA
It said ample production elsewhere mean the world is relatively well placed to react to a crisis.
Gold inches down as US-China trade deal stokes risk-taking
US gold futures eased 0.1 per cent to $1,553.10.
All eyes on you: Prince Harry to appear in public today for first time since royal split
This will be Prince Harry's first appearance since the couple made the shocking announcement.
Amazon not doing a favour by investing $1 billion: Piyush Goyal
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who is on a visit to India, said on Wednesday that Amazon will invest another $1 billion in the country to help small and medium businesses sell their products, seen as an attempt to bridge differences with brick-and-mortar retailers. The amount adds to the $5 billion Amazon has pumped into India since 2013.
Gold inches down as trade optimism stokes risk-taking
US gold futures eased 0.1 per cent to $1,552.60.
Pope warns Iran-US tensions risk sparking 'vaster conflict'
Pope Francis called for restraint from the United States and Iran on Thursday after a military tit-for-tat that he warned could trigger a“vaster conflict” in the Middle East.
Students behaving in a particular manner is understandable. Teachers not going to class isn’t acceptable: JNU Chancellor
On the resignation of economist Amit Bhaduri as professor emeritus, Saraswat said: “If a professor emeritus wants to give up the status, it is his wish. But how is he contributing by detaching himself from JNU? He is giving a wrong message because he has not gone into the details of the issue.
Trump's threat to target Iran cultural sites sparks backlash
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted Sunday that any US military action against Iran would conform to international law after President Donald Trump was accused of threatening a war crime by declaring cultural sites as potential targets.
Stocks, gold and oil whipsawed as Iran strikes spark fears of wider Mideast war
The two-year yield fell to 1.5183 per cent compared with a US close of 1.546 per cent.
Tharoor apologises for 'power without responsibility' remark on Kejriwal
Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Tuesday apologised on Twitter after he was criticised for his remark that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wants power without responsibility, something which has been "the prerogative of eunuchs".
No loss is permanent: Pradeep Lala, a horse-racing fan, learnt an important lesson from the sport
The MD and CEO of Embassy Services shares how he fell in love with horses and the sport.
Budget 2020 proposal for salaried professionals: PPF, NSC sops on cards to increase taxpayers' savings
Finance Ministry may allow tax exemptions of up to Rs 2.5L for savings and up to Rs 50,000 for NSC.
Gold jumps to 4-month peak as Middle East tensions spark safety buying
Spot gold rose 1.3% to $1,548.94 per ounce as of 1:31 p.m. EST (1831 GMT), having risen to $1,553.20 earlier in the session, its highest since Sept. 5.
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