Gold prices surged to their four-month high on Friday amid global geopolitical tensions, escalating US-China trade worries and stronger Rupee. Gold prices in India rose by Rs 331 to Rs 33,290 per 10 gram ahead of the Budget t
Budget 2019: The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has launched a new index comprising multiple indicators to evaluate India’s fiscal performance and budget, in order to make up for the shortcomings of ‘Fiscal Defici
The Indian headline indices- Sensex and Nifty are likely to open flat on Thursday amid escalating trade tensions between two superpower economies, the US and China. Investors will also keenly watch government formation and mi
The Indian headline indices- Sensex and Nifty are likely to open higher as it is a result day and the exit poll predicted BJP’s victory with a vast majority in elections 2019. The stock markets have been on rally since the
The Indian headline indices- Sensex and Nifty are likely to open positive ahead of Lok Sabha election results on Thursday. The stock market has been on a rally since exit poll results predicted victory for BJP.
Wholesale prices of cement have fallen by 4-5 rupees per 50-kg bag in Delhi and Bengaluru on account of muted demand. While cement major UltraTech Cement is selling its 50-kg bag of cement at Rs 368-370 per bag in Delhi.
Inflation continues to be benign, and while the low consumer spending power in some states is to blame for it, the price rise is modest even in some states with higher income levels. CPI inflation in India was at a modest 2.9
The Indian headline indices- Sensex and Nifty are likely to open flat in Thursday morning ahead of Lok Sabha election results and in the middle of US and China trade worries. The SGX Nifty ended closed 29 points higher at 11,
The foreign institutional investors or FIIs have been selling Indian equities and bonds since the start of this financial year amid escalating trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies US and China.
The state-run oil marketing companies have slashed the fuel prices across major cities on Tuesday. While the petrol rates have been reduced by 25-26 paise a litre, diesel prices have been cut by 12-13 paise a litre in Delhi,
The Indian Rupee opened marginally higher on Tuesday morning after it opened lower for six consecutive days. The rupee has been under pressure to escalating trade tensions between two economic giants US and China.
The Indian headline indices Sensex and Nifty are likely to open lower amid weak domestic and global cues. The Asian markets extended losses on account of escalating trade tensions between the world's largest economies- US and
State-run oil marketing companies have cut the fuel prices on the fifth consecutive day on Fifth consecutive day across major cities in India. While the petrol prices have been cut by 29-32 paise per litre, diesel prices have
The Indian Rupee opened lower on Monday morning for the sixth consecutive session after US and China ended their two days trade negotiations in Washington on Friday. The Indian Rupee open at 70.05 per dollar as against previo