Commodities

MCX Gold

28500.0
Change
65.0
Open
28435.0
High
28623.0
Low
28361.0
Times
04/04 23:29
Data as of 8:38pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

International Gold

1,286.90
Change
-6.50
Open
1,290.00
High
1,299.20
Low
1,283.70
Times
04/21 20:25
Data as of 8:38pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

MCX Silver

42020.0
Change
-357.0
Open
42250.0
High
42250.0
Low
41760.0
Times
04/21 20:22
Data as of 8:38pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

International Crude

109.79
Change
+0.26
Open
109.76
High
109.89
Low
108.89
Times
04/21 20:27
Data as of 8:38pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

Gold Market Report

PRECIOUS-Gold falls to 2-1/2-week low in thin trade; fund outflows weigh

* Gold retreats from early climb to $1,300 in choppy trade * Australia, Hong Kong, London closed for Easter * SPDR outflows totalled 9.3 tonnes last week (Updates prices) By A. Ananthalakshmi SINGAPORE, April 21 - Gold fell to a two-and-a-half-week low in choppy and thin holiday trade on Monday, hurt by sharp outflows from the world's biggest bullion-backed exchange-traded fund (ETF) and a stronger dollar. The metal was also hurt by a spurt of technical selling af

PRECIOUS-Gold inches up as Ukraine tensions stoke safe-haven buying

SINGAPORE, April 21 - Gold edged higher on Monday as heightened tensions in Ukraine sparked some safe-haven buying, but fund outflows and weak physical demand continued to cloud the metal's outlook. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold had gained 0.5 percent to $1,300.21 an ounce by 0026 GMT. * Trading volumes were thin as Hong Kong and London were closed on Monday for Easter. * At least three people were killed in a gunfight in the early hours of Sunday near a Ukrainian city

PRECIOUS-Gold flat below $1,300/oz, heading for weekly fall

* Platinum down 1.9 pct on Thursday on easing supply fears

PRECIOUS-Platinum drops as S.African wage offer eases supply fears

* S.African miners offer to raise wage, seek to end strike

PRECIOUS-Gold slips back below $1,300 on fund outflows, higher stocks

* SPDR sees 8.39 tonne outflow, biggest since December * Asian shares higher, tracking Wall Street (Adds analyst comments, updates prices) By A. Ananthalakshmi SINGAPORE, April 17 - Gold fell for a second session out of three on Thursday on higher equities and as the world's biggest gold-backed fund saw its sharpest outflow in nearly four months. Bullion fell nearly 2 percent on Tuesday to its lowest in 1-1/2 weeks on technical selling and fears over slowing demand in

Libya's constitution-drafting body starts work

BAYDA, Libya, April 21 - A special body to draft a new constitution for Libya convened in the volatile east on Sunday, a milestone in the bumpy transformation of the North African country since the 2011 ouster of Muammar Gaddafi.

WRAPUP 2-Ukraine peace deal falters as rebels show no sign of surrender

* Russia, Kiev question each other's compliance with peace accord

Esso shuts UK fuel pipeline after theft report

LONDON, April 21 - Exxon's UK arm Esso has shut a pipeline running from its Fawley oil refinery near Southampton for checks, the company said on Monday, after a report that thieves tapped into the line and took thousands of litres of fuel.

U.S. top court declines Exxon's appeal in water pollution case

WASHINGTON, April 21 - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review a ruling against Exxon Mobil Corp that ordered the company to pay $105 million in damages for polluting New York City's groundwater with a toxic gasoline additive.

Russian development bank VEB eyes Asian debt markets

MOSCOW, April 21 - Russia's state-owned development bank, VEB, may turn to Asian debt markets as political tensions threaten to push it away from the United States and Europe, its deputy chairman said on Monday.

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Nikkei 14,512.38 -3.89 -0.03%
Hang Seng 22,760.24 +64.23 +0.28%
Sensex 22,764.83 +135.99 +0.60%
EUR/INR 83.663 +0.55%
USD/INR 60.590 +0.55%
GBP/INR 101.77 +0.61%
Gold 1,286.90 -6.50 -0.50%
Oil 104.50 +0.20 +0.19%
Corn 488.25 -6.50 -1.31%

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.

Toxic trio turns tantalising

11 Apr 2014

Dubbed the Toxic Trio earlier this year, the high-yield bond markets of Argentina, Ukraine and Venezuela are starting to look a lot more appealing.

Buying back into emerging markets

08 Apr 2014

More investors are turning positive on emerging markets

And the biggest loser was…Belgium

02 Apr 2014

The largest downswing in the BlackRock Sovereign Risk Index over the past quarter was not Ukraine, despite the annexation of its Crimea region and Russian troops on its borders, but Belgium.