Base Metals: Aluminium, nickel, zinc drift lower in futures trade amid weak demand
Globally, copper fell 0.17 per cent to $5,818 per tonne on the London Metal Exchange.
Stock exchanges shut on account of assembly elections in Maharashtra
Domestic indices, which have risen for six sessions in a row, would resu...
Options based on spot commodities to make a debut on exchanges soon
Currently, commodity options have futures contracts as their underliers.
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Precious Metals: Gold, silver trade up in futures as speculators widen their bets
Globally, gold price was quoting 0.32 per cent up at $1,492.20 an ounce in New York.
Agri Commodities: Cottonseed, guar gum, soyabean advance in futures trade amid firm demand
Cottonseed oil cake contracts for January next year gained Rs 4.5, or 0.21 per cent.
Toyota, Suzuki plan early launch of battery EVs in India
Toyota-Suzuki had finalised an agreement to manufacture and sell electric vehicles in India by the turn of the decade in November 2017. The companies subsequently expanded their collaboration to cross-badging vehicles for India and other markets.
Asia looks on bright side of Brexit, trade talks
E-Mini futures for the S&P 500 gained 0.17 per cent.
Crude oil futures plunge on subdued global cues
Crude oil for December delivery traded lower 0.31 per cent, at Rs 3,812 per barrel in 130 lots.
IndoStar focuses more on retail loans
“We aim to move to a mix of 25 per cent corporate and 75 per cent retail early next year,” said R Sridhar, MD of IndoStar Capital.
London Metal Exchange to hike trading and clearing fees from Jan 2020
The exchange, owned by Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd , also said it would increase the over-the-counter booking fee to $1.14 per lot from $1.
Infosys whistleblower mail calls into question board processes: Reliance Securities
The letter alleged that the company was taking ‘unethical’ steps to boost short-term revenue. The letter further alleges that CEO Salil Parekh was bypassing reviews and approvals for large deals, which in some cases have ‘nil margins.’
Sebi tightens norms for resignation of statutory auditors
In the wake of a number of resignations in listed companies off late, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Friday floated st...
Hindalco gross profit may slip 48%
EBITDA is set to decrease to around Rs 905.3 crore in July-September from Rs 1,737 crore a year ago
2020 to be 'India-China Cultural and People to People Exchanges' year
The Summit was held in Mahabalipuram on Friday and at a beach resort near here on Saturday.
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