New Delhi: Gold in the national capital on Thursday gained marginally by Rs 21 to Rs 48,196 per 10 grams amid rally in international precious metal prices, according to HDFC Securities. In the previous trade, it had settled at Rs 48,175 per 10 grams. Silver, however, dipped Rs 121 to Rs 65,147 per kilogram from
Euro’s recovery was rather short-lived as selling returns after dovish comments from ECB president. Also, Austria returned to full lockdown while Germany may follow on the fourth wave of COVID-19 infections. Yen rises broadly today as risk sentiments turn sour. For the week, Euro remains the worst performer, followed by Aussie. Sterling is still the
Dollar’s retreat continues in Asian session, but it remains one of the strongest for the week, just next to Sterling. On the other hand, while Euro is recovering, it’s still the worst performing one followed by Aussie. Overall, the markets are staying in a near term consolidative phase with mixed performance in stocks and yield,
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Cooking oil prices are again on the rise. Prices of soya oil that are consumed majorly by Indian urban households have gone up by almost Rs 3 per litre at the retail end while palm oil prices have moved up by Rs 2-3 per litre in the last one week, with no immediate respite in
Daily thread to exchange ideas and to share your thoughts Dollar bulls are taking a breather and while the greenback held its advance against the loonie and aussie, gains from the past week are slowing elsewhere. EUR/USD is keeping above 1.1300 but still sits in a rough spot technically, with sellers maintaining near-term control with the 100-hour