New Delhi: Gold in the national capital on Thursday dipped Rs 264 to Rs 46,452 per 10 gram with decline in global precious metal prices and rupee appreciation, according to HDFC Securities. In the previous trade on Tuesday the precious metal had closed at Rs 46,716 per 10 gram. In contrast, silver gained marginally by
LONDON: Oil prices rose on Wednesday, extending gains from the previous session as improved risk appetite provided support despite data showing an unexpected rise in US oil inventories last week and a weaker demand outlook due to rising COVID-19 infections. Brent crude futures gained 97 cents, or 1.4%, to $70.32 a barrel at 1136 GMT,
London copper prices fell on Wednesday, dented by a stronger dollar which rose on worries about climbing COVID-19 cases worldwide. Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange fell 0.5% to $9,2792 a tonne by 0732 GMT. The most-traded August copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange tracked overnight gains in London to close up 0.2%
The market breathes in an air of calm so far in European trading After the sharp declines yesterday and the deterioration of the risk mood, things are looking calmer today with European indices up by around 0.8% to 1.0% while US futures are also gaining modest ground; S&P 500 futures up 0.5%. Elsewhere, Treasury yields
By Tapan PatelCommodity prices traded lower today as most of the commodities in the non-agro segment witnessed selling except gold. Base metals and silver prices traded weak on demand growth worries over spreading virus cases while crude oil futures plunged on higher supply after OPEC agreed to raise output. Gold prices held firm, limiting downside
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Yen and Swiss Franc dominates the markets for the day, as selloff in stocks spread from Asia to Europe, to US. Risk aversion intensified with DOW down over -800 pts in initial trading, while 10-year yield breaks1.2 handle. Canadian Dollar is the worst performing one, as WTI crude oil breaks below 70 handle. However, Australian