Commodities

MCX Gold

27633.0
Change
-249.0
Open
27850.0
High
27850.0
Low
27602.0
Times
07/24 23:29
Data as of 9:19am IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

International Gold

1,297.50
Change
-13.90
Open
1,297.50
High
1,297.50
Low
1,297.50
Times
07/24 18:58
Data as of 9:19am IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

MCX Silver

44640.0
Change
349.0
Open
44490.0
High
44750.0
Low
44302.0
Times
07/04 23:26
Data as of 9:19am IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

International Crude

107.15
Change
+0.08
Open
107.20
High
107.30
Low
106.97
Times
07/25 09:05
Data as of 9:19am IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

Gold Market Report

PRECIOUS-Gold set for second weekly loss on strong economic data

* Gold holds overnight losses to trade near 5-week low * Strong U.S. jobs data, China PMI dent safe-haven demand (Adds comments, updates prices) By A. Ananthalakshmi SINGAPORE, July 25 - Gold retained sharp overnight losses to trade near a five-week low on Friday and was headed for a second straight week of losses, as strong global economic data offset the metal's safe-haven appeal. Gold's decline despite simmering tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine does not bode

PRECIOUS-Gold set for second weekly loss on strong economic data

SINGAPORE, July 25 - Gold held near a five-week low on Friday and was headed for a second straight week of losses, as strong global economic data and higher equities offset the metal's appeal as a safe-haven. Gold's decline despite simmering tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine does not bode well for prices in the near term, especially at a time when physical demand in Asia is sluggish. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold was little changed at $1,292.37 an ounce by 0014 GMT, a

PRECIOUS-Gold hits 1-month low as strong data offset safe-haven lure

(Updates to U.S. session; adds new comment, NEW YORK to dateline, second byline)

PRECIOUS-Gold falls below $1,300 as equities gain; physical buying picks up

* Asian shares climb on strong Chinese manufacturing data * Physical premiums in China increase * Coming up: U.S. Weekly Initial jobless claims at 1230 GMT (Updates prices) By A. Ananthalakshmi SINGAPORE, July 24 - Gold broke below the key psychological level of $1,300 an ounce on Thursday as safe-haven demand for the metal eased due to rising Asian equities and strong Chinese manufacturing data. Physical demand in the region, however, increased slightly on the lo

PRECIOUS-Gold firm above $1,300 on Middle East violence, fund inflows

SINGAPORE, July 24 - Gold was holding its ground above $1,300 an ounce on Thursday as violence deepened in the Middle East over the Gaza strip and as holdings in the top bullion-backed fund rose on safe-haven bids. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold was little changed at $1,304.01 an ounce by 0013 GMT, after dipping 0.2 percent in the previous session. U.S. gold was also flat at $1,304.80. * Gaza fighting raged on Wednesday, displacing thousands more Palestinians in the battere

GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares inch down from this week's 3-year highs

* U.S. jobless claims data, record S&P close underpin sentiment * Yen unfazed by CPI figures in line with economists' estimates * German, French data pull euro out of 8-month trough By Lisa Twaronite TOKYO, July 25 - Asian shares pulled away from this week's three-year highs on Friday after a mostly flat day on Wall Street, though a fresh S&P closing record and upbeat U.S. employment data underpinned sentiment. Overnight data from France and Germany showed bus

Groundwater levels drop in Southwestern U.S. in ongoing drought

July 24 - Underground stores of water in the southwestern United States have receded dramatically amid ongoing drought that has parched states from Oklahoma to the Pacific Coast and is costing California billions in lost crops and jobs, a new study shows.

COLUMN-Time to be afraid - preparing for the next big solar storm: Kemp

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RPT-SPECIAL REPORT-Inside Xi Jinping's purge of China's oil mandarins

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NYMEX-U.S. crude holds around $102; on track for weekly fall

SINGAPORE, July 25 - U.S. crude held steady around $102 a barrel in early Asian trading on Friday, but was on track for a weekly fall with weak demand and plentiful supplies weighing on the market.

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Nikkei 15,371.59 +87.17 +0.57%
Hang Seng 24,139.81 -1.69 -0.01%
Sensex 26,271.85 +124.52 +0.48%
EUR/INR 80.838 -0.11%
USD/INR 60.040 +0.00%
GBP/INR 101.98 -0.10%
Gold 1,297.50 -13.90 -1.07%
Oil 101.95 -0.12 -0.12%
Corn 361.75 +0.25 +0.07%

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.

The people buying emerging markets

23 Jul 2014

As mom-and-pop holders of mutual funds rushed for the exits last year,deep-pocketed pension funds and central banks started moving in to snap up cheap emerging assets.

Emerging markets; turning a corner

15 Jul 2014

Liquidity conditions in emerging markets are improving and that may augur better times ahead, a liquidity index from CrossBorder Capital shows

Ecuador: a successful emerging market?

30 Jun 2014

Ecuador has mastered the art of not paying back debt and getting people to lend it more money but caveat emptor..