Commodities

MCX Gold

26398.0
Change
-98.0
Open
26464.0
High
26464.0
Low
26313.0
Times
09/22 15:33
Data as of 3:49pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

International Gold

1,214.90
Change
-0.40
Open
1,214.90
High
1,214.90
Low
1,214.90
Times
09/22 03:32
Data as of 3:49pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

MCX Silver

39212.0
Change
-414.0
Open
39348.0
High
39348.0
Low
38831.0
Times
09/22 15:32
Data as of 3:49pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

International Crude

97.63
Change
-0.76
Open
98.50
High
98.50
Low
97.55
Times
09/22 15:38
Data as of 3:49pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

Gold Market Report

PRECIOUS-Gold, silver tumble as Fed outlook fuels selling

* Gold eyes key chart support at $1,180/oz, June 2013 low

PRECIOUS-Silver slumps to 4-year low; gold looks likely to test $1,200

* Silver drops more than 2 pct to lowest since 2010 * Gold drops below $1,210/oz * Technicals for gold and silver weak - traders (Updates prices) By A. Ananthalakshmi SINGAPORE, Sept 22 - Silver's sell-off extended to a second session on Monday, with the metal tumbling to a four-year low, as investors unwound long positions amid strength in the dollar and the possibility of a sooner-than-expected U.S. rate hike. Weakness in gold, which fell to its lowest since Jan

PRECIOUS-Gold near 8-1/2 month low on dollar; silver, platinum also weak

SINGAPORE, Sept 22 - Gold was stuck near its lowest since January on Monday on fears that a stronger dollar and an earlier-than-expected hike in U.S. interest rates would dim the metal's appeal. With the dollar index logging its tenth straight weekly gain last week, other precious metals were also weak. Silver was trading close to a four-year low, while platinum fell to its lowest since December. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold ticked up to $1,217.60 an ounce by 0032 GM

PRECIOUS-Gold down, silver at 4-year low on strong dollar, equities

* Coming up: U.S. existing home sales Monday (Updates market activities)

PRECIOUS-Gold poised for third weekly drop on strong dollar, equities

* Chinese premiums steady at $5-$6/oz (Updates prices, adds comment)

Falling crude prices helps India control fiscal deficit

* Oil cos revenue losses seen at $15 bln v/s $23 bln last fiscal

UPDATE 2-London Mining says in iron ore dispute with Glencore

Sept 22 - London Mining Plc said it would consider ending an iron ore supply contract with Glencore Plc after a dispute over payment, sending shares of the company to an all-time low.

GLOBAL MARKETS-China slowdown worries hit stocks, commodities

LONDON, Sept 22 - Concern about a slowdown in China hammered stocks and commodities on Monday while signs of differences between major economic powers on the need to stimulate growth further clouded the outlook.

UPDATE 3-Oil falls below $98 on sluggish demand, ample supply

* Libya fighting closes refinery, cuts oil output (Updates throughout, changes dateline, previous SINGAPORE)

Climate protesters pledge to risk arrest during Wall Street sit-in

NEW YORK, Sept 22 - Hundreds of protesters plan to risk arrest on Monday during an unsanctioned blockade in New York City's financial district to call attention to what organizers say is Wall Street's contribution to climate change.

Markets

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Nikkei 16,205.90 -115.27 -0.71%
Hang Seng 23,955.49 -350.67 -1.44%
Sensex 27,206.74 +116.32 +0.43%
EUR/INR 78.179 +0.17%
USD/INR 60.835 +0.09%
GBP/INR 99.323 +0.22%
Gold 1,214.90 -0.40 -0.03%
Oil 91.95 -0.46 -0.50%
Corn 330.25 -1.25 -0.38%

Real estate negotiations, Argentina style

"All they said was 'We need the office', and that was that. We had 10 minutes to get our stuff and get out." - Carlos Jiminez, planning executive at Spanish energy company Repsol's YPF division in Argentina on the day the government of Cristina Fernandez's government seized control in 2012.

ANALYSIS-Small ships to unlock rate boon for bulk owners

Dry cargo shippers with smaller vessels are shifting to more-risk, more-reward spot markets, eyeing rising demand for sugar and grains -- commodities well suited to versatile supramax and handysize ships.

Think brussels sprouts and cauliflower are agricultural commodities? Think again.

While the financial bailouts tossed to automakers, banks and other groups during the recent economic crisis left a funny taste in the mouth of some Americans, one former U.S. regulator hopes efforts to prevent another panic doesn't go rotten.

Bleak investment outlook sours mood at Russia forum

10 Sep 2014

The keynote speech at a Russia conference in London pours cold water on the country's investment prospects

Betting on (expensive and over-owned) Indian equities

20 Aug 2014

Indian shares are expensive, positioning is heavy and economic growth remains sluggish. But investors are betting that, as Prime Minister Modi's election campaign promised, even better days like ahead

Sanctions bite Russia but some investors are fishing

14 Aug 2014

Most investors are shying away from Russia where the economy and companies are reeling under the impact of Western sanctions and a conflict with Ukraine. But cheap share price valuations are luring some investors.