Donald Trump’s LNG push helping power German green cruise liner boom

The International Maritime Organization will clamp down next year on sulfur and carbon emissions from diesel-powered ships.

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Cotton body seeks clarity on crop production figures

The highly remunerative kapas prices during the current year would induce the Indian farmers to shift to cotton.

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Gold loses shine: Yellow metal import falls in FY19; key reasons

In what may cap current account deficit, the gold imports fell by nearly three per cent in value terms FY19, data from the commerce ministry showed.

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PM-Aasha: Govt procurement of pulses and oilseeds touched only about 5% of target under the scheme

While on the face of it this seems to have cast a shadow over the efficacy of the scheme, government officials claim that the renewed government commitment to make market intervention under PM-Aasha i

Govt procurement of pulses and oilseeds touched only about 5% of its target under the scheme up to April 11; to continue only till June 30 News

Sugar technologists seek hike in MSP to Rs 3,600/quintal

The Sugar Technologists Association of India ( STAI) has suggested that the government should set the minimum support price (MSP) for the sweetener to Rs 3,600 per quintal from Rs 3,100 per quintal to

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Oil prices extend losses despite surprise drop in U.S. inventories

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $63.67 per barrel, down 9 cents, or 0.1 percent, from their previous settlement. WTI closed the last session down 0.5 percent.

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Nafed begins procurement of onion from Lasalgaon

Nafed is to procure some 50,000 tonne onions, which includes 45,000 tonne from Maharashtra and 5,000 tonne from Gujarat. This is expected to be Nafed's largest procurement from Maharashtra, so far.

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Indian oil refiners turn to Opec, Mexico to make up for Iran loss

IOC, Iran’s biggest Indian client, will cut Iranian oil imports to 6 million tonne, or about 1,20,000 barrels per day, in the 2019-20 period from 9 million in 2018-19, and has raised the optional vo

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Oil on boil: Brent crude hits high of 2019; key factors behind surge

Hitting a 2019 high, brent crude on Wednesday reached above $72 level on account of robust China growth numbers and decline in US crude stocks, even as global supply remained tight.International bench

Oil hits November 2018 highs amid OPEC supply cuts, US sanctions News

Gold loses sheen: Yellow metal at near 4-month low as China GDP fuels risk

Gold prices stayed below the key $1,280 level on Wednesday, near a four-month trough, as better-than-expected economic readings from China lifted Asian shares and sharpened risk appetite, denting the

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Cotton yield may touch new low but not a cause of concern: CITI

Accordingly, CITI has revised crop estimates for 2018-19 based on the actual data from cotton-growing areas in the country to 343 lakh bales of 170 kgs.

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Steel sector to have good scenario in current year and the next

The recent repo rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India to 6.0% has been favourably commented by ADB and is likely to enable more investment flow into the economy and would also help private consumption

Steel sector to have good scenario in current year and the next News

Gold falls to 1-week low as China’s data boost equities; slowdown fears ease

Gold prices fell to a more than one-week low on Monday as solid Chinese data boosted equities and allayed concerns about a global economic slowdown.

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Gold slips to 1-week low as global slowdown fears ease

Hedge funds and money managers increased their bullish wagers in COMEX gold and silver in the week to April 9, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said on Friday.

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Maharashtra APMC’s income down 50 per cent — what triggered the fall

Market committee officials pointed out that the bumper crop this year has led to huge arrivals in the market leading to a fall in prices.

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NAFED to procure 20 lakh tonne each of pulses, oilseeds from farmers at MSP rate

NAFED will buy pulses and oilseeds on behalf of the government to provide MSP to farmers, he said, adding that the co-operative has made arrangements of funds to carry out this procurement operations.

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Gold prices steady after steep fall, biggest daily decline in two weeks

Spot gold was up about 0.1 percent at $1,293.19 per ounce as of 0123 GMT, after slipping more than one percent on Thursday.

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Oil prices firm amid OPEC supply cuts, US sanctions on Iran and Venezuela

Oil markets have been pushed up by more than a third this year by supply cuts led by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), U.S. sanctions on oil exporters Iran and Venezuela, a

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Reliance, Nayara, Total seek to be part of LPG subsidy transfer mechanism

Ask the government to allow them to have a level playing field with the state-run oil marketing companies.

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Cotton price to go up on lower output forecast

The cotton price will increase further in the current season on the back of recent revised production estimates.

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No end in sight for petrol, diesel price hike? Crude oil price may soar, says top brokerage

With Brent touching five-month high on Monday, Goldman Sachs has raised its crude oil price forecast for this year, in what could worry for the Indian government and consumers alike, who may have to f

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Gold trades near 2-week high on dovish central banks

Spot gold was flat at $1,307.91 per ounce as of 0110 GMT, after touching its highest since March 28 at $1,310.50 in the previous session.

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Oil prices dip on surging US crude stockpiles

U.S. crude oil production remained at a record 12.2 million barrels per day (bpd), making the United States the world's biggest oil producer ahead of Russia and Saudi Arabia.

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No more tears: Nashik onion growers start getting govt subsidy

Modal prices of summer onions had dipped below Rs 170 per quintal due to the glut in the market.

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Oil price rises amid OPEC supply cuts, US sanctions

Both benchmarks hit five-month highs on Tuesday, before easing on global growth worries and concerns about a rise in Russian supplies.

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India delays May order for Iran oil, awaits clarity on sanctions waiver, say sources

Iran's president Rouhani said Tehran will resist U.S. pressure and hailed IRGC as defenders of Iranians.

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Golden goose: Govt reaps bonanza by selling 9,000 kg gold it got in monetisation scheme

The state-run trading firm MMTC has auctioned more than 9,000 Kgs of gold garnered under medium term and long term government deposit schemes of gold monetisation scheme.

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