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Sugar Gains On Good Demand

Small sugar prices rebounded by Rs 38/30 per quintal to Rs 3,680/3,742 from Wednesday's closing Rs 3,642/3,712

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Gold Plunges Rs 225 On Muted Demand From Jewellers

Silver followed suit and dropped by Rs 450 to Rs 40,000 per kg due to reduced offtake by industrial units and coin makers

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Edible Oils Slip On Subdued Demand

In edible segment, groundnut oil slid by Rs 5 per 10 kg to Rs 880 from Thursday's close at Rs 885 and refined palmolein edged down by Rs 4 per 10 kg to Rs 593 from Rs 597

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Gold Rallies On Global Cues, Silver Tops Rs 41,000-mark

Silver also surged by Rs 700 to Rs 41,200 per kg on increased offtake by industrial units and coin makers

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Gold Steady Near Seven-week Highs On Struggling Dollar

Spot gold was nearly flat at $1,269.30 per ounce at 0358 GMT. It rose 2.2 per cent last month, its biggest monthly gain since February

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Gold Settles Below Rs 29,000, Silver Holds Up Firm

Gold prices got below the Rs 29,000-mark by sinking Rs 100 to Rs 28,950 per 10 grams, dragged down by slack demand from local jewellers, even as the metal made headway overseas

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Indian Demand Seen Higher Ahead Of Key Festival

Demand for gold in India was seen higher ahead of an auspicious day for gold purchases on Friday compared to last year, with lower prices also acting as a catalyst

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Gold Weakens Further On Global Cues; Silver Slips Below Rs 42000

Silver lost Rs 660 to Rs 41,800 per kg due to reduced offtake by industrial units and coin makers

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India May Soon Allow Institutions To Trade Commodity Futures: SEBI Chief

Asia's third biggest economy has allowed futures trading in commodities since 2003 but has so far kept out foreign investors, banks, mutual funds and other institutions

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Gold Slumps To 2-Week Low, Sheds Rs 400 On Global Weakness

Globally, gold price fell 0.37 per cent to $1,183.90 an ounce, and silver by 0.27 per cent to $16.70 per ounce in Singapore

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India Seen Facing Tight Wheat Supply As Ukrainian Shipments Delayed

The government on Thursday scrapped its 10 per cent import duty on wheat after droughts in the past two years depleted stocks and raised prices

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Chilled By Demonetisation, India To Take Cold Comfort From Strong GDP

India can ill-afford to take much pride in having the world's fastest growing large economy when it releases September quarter data on Wednesday, with businesses, farmers and families all suffering after the government's sudden demonetisation drive

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Gold Edges Up As Equities Slip Ahead Of US Fed Meeting

A range of mixed economic figures and conflicting remarks by key Fed policymakers have kept investors guessing over the timing of the next US rate hike

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