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Rajendra Jadhav

India sugar output to sour further on scanty rains: trade official

14 Nov 2018

KARAD, India India is likely to produce 7.4 percent less sugar than forecast earlier as mills are reporting a sharp drop in sugar cane yields due to a drought and white grub infestations in key growing areas, a senior industry official told Reuters.

Indian palm oil imports unlikely to rise despite fall in prices

13 Nov 2018

MUMBAI India's palm oil imports are unlikely to climb over November to January even as prices for the commodity plumb their lowest in three years, reined in by ample local supply of rival oilseeds and as a liquidity crunch hits would-be buyers, traders said.

Asia Gold: Key festivals light up Indian demand

09 Nov 2018

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Demand for physical gold gathered steam during a key festival week, shrugging off a recent downtrend going into the traditional busy wedding season, while other major Asian hubs saw limited activity.

India's festival week fails to spark gold demand

02 Nov 2018

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Physical gold demand in India was lacklustre this week, with dealers offering discounts for the metal ahead of a traditionally busy festival week for the first time in at least three years, as high prices kept consumers away.

Gold price increase to dampen Indian festive purchases - WGC

01 Nov 2018

MUMBAI Indian gold demand in 2018 is expected to fall from the previous year as a rally in local prices to five-year highs is likely to dent purchases during key festivals in the December quarter, the World Gold Council (WGC) said on Thursday.

Tata Motors reveals turnaround plan for Jaguar Land Rover after loss

31 Oct 2018

MUMBAI/BENGALURU India's Tata Motors Ltd on Wednesday announced a turnaround plan for its luxury car unit Jaguar Land Rover which has been hit hard by trade tensions between China and the US, low demand for diesel cars in Europe and worries over Brexit.

Tata Motors reveals turnaround plan for Jaguar Land Rover after loss

31 Oct 2018

MUMBAI/BENGALURU India's Tata Motors Ltd on Wednesday announced a turnaround plan for its luxury car unit Jaguar Land Rover which has been hit hard by trade tensions between China and the US, low demand for diesel cars in Europe and worries over Brexit.

Slowing Chinese demand, supplies to weigh on rubber prices in 2019: association official

31 Oct 2018

MUMBAI Natural rubber prices are unlikely to recover in 2019 from their lowest level in more than two years as demand growth is faltering in top consumer China amid rising supplies, the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC) said.

Asia Gold: Price rally takes sheen off India's festive buying

26 Oct 2018

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Gold demand in India this week was muted as a recent rally in domestic prices prompted buyers to postpone purchases despite the approaching festival and wedding season.

India coffee exports to drop as floods dent output - trade body

25 Oct 2018

MUMBAI India's coffee exports could drop 8 percent to 230,000 tonnes in 2019 as production is expected to fall to its lowest in five years after plantations were hit by floods in key producing southern states, the head of an industry body said.

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