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Inventories declined 12.8 million barrels last week, EIA says.
Gold prices are at a six-year high driven by signs that the U.S. Federal Reserve may turn dovish amid threats to global economy.
A looming U.S. interest-rate cut is set to replace tariff headlines as the key driver of developing Asian bonds
Waning investor confidence in India’s troubled shadow lenders is sapping demand for corporate debt.
Makers of specialty chemicals in India have become the darling of investors this year. Analysts are proving harder to please.
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Godrej Consumer’s EPS is expected to decline close to 28 percent year-on-year in 2019-20.
The matter is likely to be discussed by the SEBI board at its meeting today.
The outlook on the rating for both the non-bank lenders is now negative.
L&T is closing in on a takeover after acquiring a majority stake in Mindtree.
After taking over bad loans, 23 projects, comprising 5,250 units will become part of JM Financial and Suraksha ARC’s portfolios.
The first phase of expansion till 3 million tonne will be on long products and the 2nd phase will be focused at flat products.
The loss making telecom firms have approached the Department of Telecom for immediate help as they are facing financial stress.
There’s a reason why European trading starts as early as 8 a.m. in London and closes at 4:30 p.m.
Alan Clement uses price movements and volumes to find an “absolute momentum level”.
It said the long-term story remains intact despite slowdown narrative which may weigh on market performance in the near term.
It’s a two-horse race to become a Rs 10-lakh-crore company in India.
A rally in gold prices to near record levels may coax investors missing from India’s bazaars to once again buy coins and bars.
Bank of America said the $30-a-barrel scenario for oil wasn’t particularly likely, but wasn’t crazy either.
Don’t expect much of a respite from U.S. officials’ squawking about the dollar.
Economists estimate that emerging markets may suffer less than developed ones from the trade war.