Commodities

MCX Gold

26400.0
Net Change
196.0
Open
26295.0
High
26400.0
Low
26145.0
Times
04/01 19:43
Data as of7:58pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

International Gold

1,201.00
Net Change
+17.90
Open
1,182.90
High
1,201.00
Low
1,181.00
Times
04/01 19:46
Data as of7:58pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

MCX Silver

37498.0
Net Change
329.0
Open
37344.0
High
37565.0
Low
37030.0
Times
04/01 19:43
Data as of7:58pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

International Crude

55.33
Net Change
+0.22
Open
55.18
High
55.88
Low
54.70
Times
04/01 19:48
Data as of7:58pm IST (Delayed at least 20 minutes).

Gold Market Report

PRECIOUS-Gold steadies after downbeat March, awaits U.S. jobs data

* Silver rises most among precious metals in Q1, up 6 pct (Updates prices)

PRECIOUS-Gold edges up after March drop as dollar slips

* Coming up: U.S. ISM manufacturing PMI; 1400 GMT (Updates prices)

PRECIOUS-Gold holds above $1,180 but firmer dollar weighs

SINGAPORE, April 1 - Gold steadied on Wednesday after falling for a second straight month in March as renewed bets that the Federal Reserve is on course to lift interest rates this year burnished the dollar's appeal. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold was little changed at $1,184.16 an ounce by 0011 GMT, after ending March with a loss of 2.4 percent. * Bullion has dropped 3 percent since touching a three-week high last week, as the dollar gained momentum after Fed Chair Janet Ye

PRECIOUS-Gold turns lower on firm dollar, set for 2nd monthly fall

* Gold eyes third straight quarterly fall (New throughout, updates prices and market activity, adds comment)

PRECIOUS-Gold set for 2nd monthly loss as expected US rate hike drags

* Coming up: U.S. consumer confidence at 1400 GMT (Updates prices)

UPDATE 1-Air strikes hit airport at pro-official government town

TRIPOLI, April 1 - An unidentified warplane carried out air strikes on Zintan airport, a town in western Libya allied with the internationally recognized government, an official said on Wednesday.

Nigeria's Buhari says to "spare no effort" in fighting Boko Haram

LAGOS, April 1 - Nigeria's newly-elected President Muhammadu Buhari said on Wednesday his government would "spare no effort" to defeat Islamist militant group Boko Haram.

UPDATE 4-Nigeria's Buhari praises Jonathan for peaceful handover

* Lagos stock market soars, bonds also gain (Updates with Obama, UK diplomat comments)

COLUMN-Million barrels of oil per day riding U.S. rails: Kemp

LONDON, April 1 - More than 1 million barrels of crude oil move by train across the United States every day, according to data published for the first time by the government on Tuesday.

Shells launched at U.N. base in north Mali -sources

BAMAKO, April 1 - Unknown attackers fired shells at a United Nations base on the outskirts of a town in northern Mali early on Wednesday, residents told Reuters.

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Counting Pennies In Venezuela

13 Nov 2014

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China economic reforms may result in $14.4 trillion GDP, growth at 6 percent – Asia Society report

23 Oct 2014

Sweeping economic reform initiated by China President Xi Jinping in November 2013 marked a turning point for the world's second biggest economy. If implemented fully, China's potential GDP growth can be sustained at 6 percent through 2020. One risk: Falling short of that growth rate could result in growth at half that projection, or worse, leading to a new economic crisis, according to a new study.

Strong dollar, weak oil and emerging markets growth

17 Oct 2014

The stronger dollar has tightened liquidity conditions, hampering the growth recovery in emerging markets but if oil keeps falling that could change.