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From Forbes Richest Indians list, GSM subscribers to Foodgrain production, all you need to know in 6 slides

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Fri September 23 2016, 12:26 pm
  • Forbes, Forbes List 2016, Forbes Top Rich Indian List, Richest Indian, Mukesh Ambani, Godrej, Hinduja, GSM, GSM Subscribers, GSM Smartphones, Gold, Gold rate, Gold Price, Gold Demand, Gold Supply, Rupee, Rupee vs Dollar, Dollar, Dollar Rate in India, Rupee rate in Dollars, Foodgrains, Grains Prices, Grains Supply Chain, Oil, Oil Prices, Oil Supply, Oil Productions, Crude Oil, Oil Price in India, Image Gallery, Business News, Financial Express

    Forbes said the list was compiled using shareholding and financial information obtained from the families and individuals, stock exchanges, analysts and regulators. The ranking lists family fortunes, including those shared among extended families such as the Godrej and Bajaj families. Public fortunes were calculated based on stock prices and exchange rates as of September 9. Private companies were valued based on similar companies that are publicly traded. (Image Source: PTI)

  • Forbes, Forbes List 2016, Forbes Top Rich Indian List, Richest Indian, Mukesh Ambani, Godrej, Hinduja, GSM, GSM Subscribers, GSM Smartphones, Gold, Gold rate, Gold Price, Gold Demand, Gold Supply, Rupee, Rupee vs Dollar, Dollar, Dollar Rate in India, Rupee rate in Dollars, Foodgrains, Grains Prices, Grains Supply Chain, Oil, Oil Prices, Oil Supply, Oil Productions, Crude Oil, Oil Price in India, Image Gallery, Business News, Financial Express

    GSM Subscribers. (Image Source: PTI)

  • Forbes, Forbes List 2016, Forbes Top Rich Indian List, Richest Indian, Mukesh Ambani, Godrej, Hinduja, GSM, GSM Subscribers, GSM Smartphones, Gold, Gold rate, Gold Price, Gold Demand, Gold Supply, Rupee, Rupee vs Dollar, Dollar, Dollar Rate in India, Rupee rate in Dollars, Foodgrains, Grains Prices, Grains Supply Chain, Oil, Oil Prices, Oil Supply, Oil Productions, Crude Oil, Oil Price in India, Image Gallery, Business News, Financial Express

    Gold was little changed early Friday, but remained set for the biggest weekly gain in nearly two months after rising to a two-week high in the previous session. Analysts said that apart from a weak trend in overseas markets, profit-booking by traders mainly influenced gold prices at futures trade here. Meanwhile, the yellow metal fell 0.21 per cent to USD 1,333.90 an ounce in Singapore. It has climbed 1.9 per cent this week, the most since the period to July 29, as the dollar fell and investors boosted holdings in bullion-backed exchange-traded funds. (Image Source: PTI)

  • Forbes, Forbes List 2016, Forbes Top Rich Indian List, Richest Indian, Mukesh Ambani, Godrej, Hinduja, GSM, GSM Subscribers, GSM Smartphones, Gold, Gold rate, Gold Price, Gold Demand, Gold Supply, Rupee, Rupee vs Dollar, Dollar, Dollar Rate in India, Rupee rate in Dollars, Foodgrains, Grains Prices, Grains Supply Chain, Oil, Oil Prices, Oil Supply, Oil Productions, Crude Oil, Oil Price in India, Image Gallery, Business News, Financial Express

    The rupee weakened by 7 paise to 66.73 against the dollar in early trade today at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on fresh demand for the American currency from importers. Forex dealers said the strength in dollar against some other currencies overseas and a lower opening in the domestic equity market weighed on the rupee. The rupee had soared by 36 paise, its biggest single-day gain in four months, to close at a two-week high of 66.66 a dollar in yesterday's trade on easing worries of foreign fund outflows and narrowing of the country's current account deficit (CAD). (Image Source: PTI)

  • Forbes, Forbes List 2016, Forbes Top Rich Indian List, Richest Indian, Mukesh Ambani, Godrej, Hinduja, GSM, GSM Subscribers, GSM Smartphones, Gold, Gold rate, Gold Price, Gold Demand, Gold Supply, Rupee, Rupee vs Dollar, Dollar, Dollar Rate in India, Rupee rate in Dollars, Foodgrains, Grains Prices, Grains Supply Chain, Oil, Oil Prices, Oil Supply, Oil Productions, Crude Oil, Oil Price in India, Image Gallery, Business News, Financial Express

    Prices of urad dal, moong dal and maida moved down, while sugar moved up in the wholesale foodgrains market here today. All other commodities remained unaltered. Urad dal and moong dal declined by Rs 700 and Rs 200 each to Rs 11,500 and Rs 7,500 from yesterday's rate of Rs 12,200 and Rs 7,700 respectively. Likewise, Maida (90 kg) went down by 100 to Rs 2,600 from yesterday's rate of Rs 2,700. In contrast, sugar went up by Rs 50 to Rs 3,900 from Rs 3,850. (Image Source: PTI)

  • Forbes, Forbes List 2016, Forbes Top Rich Indian List, Richest Indian, Mukesh Ambani, Godrej, Hinduja, GSM, GSM Subscribers, GSM Smartphones, Gold, Gold rate, Gold Price, Gold Demand, Gold Supply, Rupee, Rupee vs Dollar, Dollar, Dollar Rate in India, Rupee rate in Dollars, Foodgrains, Grains Prices, Grains Supply Chain, Oil, Oil Prices, Oil Supply, Oil Productions, Crude Oil, Oil Price in India, Image Gallery, Business News, Financial Express

    Oil prices eased in Asian trade today on profit-taking following two days of solid gains as traders turned their attention to next week's planned meeting of key producers. At around 0850 IST, the US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) was down 50 cents at USD 45.82 and Brent dropped 37 cents to USD 47.28. Both contracts booked solid gains over the previous two days -- WTI surged 6.6 per cent and Brent gained 3.9 per cent -- on data showing US commercial crude inventories fell more than six million barrels last week, indicating strong strong demand in the world's top oil consumer. (Image Source: PTI)

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