Commodities

Oil prices ease on U.S. dollar, higher shale output forecast

Oil prices dipped slightly on Friday as the U.S. dollar edged up from its overnight lows, while forecast higher production by U.S. shale oil producers this year added to lingering worries over demand.

Oil prices ease on U.S. dollar, higher shale output forecast

Country’s onion acreage in kharif unlikely to change

Jai Gopal, director, Directorate of Onion and Garlic Research, agrees and says this time there have been no issues with seed supply.

Country’s onion acreage in kharif unlikely to change

Kerala complains to TN about toxic vegetables

Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy had, on June 10, convened a meeting to study the food safety report and directed the officials to write to the Tamil Nadu government.

Kerala complains to TN about toxic vegetables

Gold glitters, silver recovers on global cues

Gold regained its sheen to trade Rs 195 higher at Rs 27,125 per ten gram at the bullion market today, taking positive cues from overseas market

gold rate News

MSP increase stays minimal; paddy up 3.7%, pulses raised over 5%

Resisting populist impulses and being inflation-wary, the Cabinet on Wednesday announced modest increases in the minimum support prices...

Grains News

MP scheme to compensate farmers for price crash

CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said the scheme would compensate farmers even against the drop in returns due to a crash in commodity prices

MP scheme to compensate farmers for price crash

Cabinet hikes paddy MSP by Rs 50 to Rs 1,410/quintal for 2015-16

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) today increased the minimum support price (MSP) of paddy by Rs 50 to Rs 1,410 per quintal for this year.

paddy prices News

Gold turn weak on global cues, silver down on subdued demand

Gold prices plunged by Rs 235 to Rs 26,930 per ten grams at the bullion market today largely in tandem with a weak trend in global market

Gold rate today News

Monsoon worries weigh on gold demand

Gold demand remained sluggish this week as concerns over a weak monsoon forced farmers, key to the country's bullion demand, to cut back spending. Indian prices are at a discount of around $1 an ounce

Gold rate today News

With good rain, govt may meet kharif output target of 130 million tonne

With rainfall since June 1 in key grain producing areas being significantly above normal, sowing of kharif crops, namely paddy, oilseeds and pulses...

With good rain, govt may meet kharif output target of 130 million tonne

Gold imports rise 10.5% to $2.42 billion in May

Lower prices responsible for increase in inbound shipments

Gold imports rise 10.5% to $2.42 billion in May

Kerala seeks Rs 500 crore for rubber farmers

Kerala has urged the Centre to reconsider the decision to exclude rubber growers in the state from the Union government’s subsidy scheme...

Kerala seeks Rs 500 crore for rubber farmers

Make in India campaign needs to learn balancing act fast

The machinery equipment and electrical equipment segments achieving 20.6% and 13.4% growth, respectively, over April may be taken as an early indicator of the success of Make in India programme, but n

Make in India campaign needs to learn balancing act fast

Gold imports tick up 10.47% to $2.42 billion in May

Gold imports grew 10.47 per cent to USD 2.42 billion in May on declining prices and easing of restrictions by RBI.

gold bond scheme News

Gold weakens on sluggish demand; silver remains up

Gold prices fell by Rs 15 to Rs 27,165 per 10 grams at the bullion market today owing to subdued demand from jewellers.

gold buying- Akshaya Tritiya News

Oil prices rise as Texas braces for tropical storm

Crude prices rose after a cautious start on Tuesday, boosted by warnings that a tropical storm was about to hit the coast of oil producing state Texas.

Oil prices rise as Texas braces for tropical storm

Rainfall 11% higher than normal till now

East and North-east receive 20% more rainfall during June1-14

Rainfall 11% higher than normal till now

Spice exports up 9% on global demand

About 8.94 lakh tonne spices valued at R14,900 crore exported in ’14-15

Spice exports up 9% on global demand

Greenhouse projects in Gujarat come a cropper

For a majority of farmers who took up the projects, crops failed persistently due to unfavourable environmental conditions. According to a senior BKS office- bearer, almost 90% crops have failed in

Greenhouse projects in Gujarat come a cropper

Gold, silver regain on jewellers buying

Increased buying by jewellers mainly led to the recovery in the precious metals prices.

gold price News

Oil prices fall on oversupply, but U.S. crude supported by Gulf of Mexico storm

Oil prices extended declines on Monday after two straight days of losses late last week as high production offset strong refinery runs, but a storm that could impact Gulf of Mexico operations supporte

Oil prices fall on oversupply, but U.S. crude supported by Gulf of Mexico storm

Gold seizures up 62% in FY15

Gold seizures by enforcement agencies shot up 62% last fiscal to 4.48 tonne, according to latest official data.

Gold seizures up 62% in FY15

Gold regains glitter, closes higher by Rs 125

Gold regained its glitter to close Rs 125 higher at Rs 27,075 per 10 gram at the bullion market during the week on the back of scattered buying by jewellers.

Gold regains glitter, closes higher by Rs 125

Delayed monsoon drags down sowing of summer crops by almost 9%

Drought crisis: The total area under summer-sown crops is down (75.10 lakh hectares until Friday against 82.27 lakh hectares) even on a favourable base

Crop area News

FCI begins wheat sale soon after procurement

The government has decided to commence open market sale of wheat in Punjab and Haryana to bulk buyers, just weeks after the grain procurement from farmers for the rabi market season was winded up by t

FCI begins wheat sale soon after procurement

Gold, silver get some lustre back on jewellers’ buying

Gold prices edged up Rs 20 to Rs 27,130 per 10 grams in the bullion market

gold rate News

US fracking rules to face early legal test

Energy industry groups and states that oppose new US rules for hydraulic fracturing on public lands are headed to court this month to try to block the regulations a day before they are to take effect.

US fracking rules to face early legal test
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