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On the back of the reports that India plans to allow around 10 million tons of wheat for exports to accommodate the present paddy harvest, the commodity futures in India's National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) surges higher.
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Jan du Plessis has taken charge as the Chairman of the boards of Rio Tinto with effect from Monday
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Some analysts said the Asian Financial Crisis in 1997 98 resulted in an accumulation of forex reserves over the last decade. After amassing forex reserves in US treasuries many Asian economies and export oriented countries have exhausted their appetite for US debt.
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India s cotton farmers increased the crop acreage in a view to benefit out of higher floor prices that the government fixed to support the cotton farmers.
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In an attempt to curb any further rise in sugar prices the government on Friday extended ban on hoarding of sugar.
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India has managed to record 6.7% growth in 2008 09 the most encouraging news coming from core infrastructure growth which doubled to 4.3% as against 2.3% last year when it was boom time direct taxes have risen 16.88% services sector grew 13%.
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It is estimated that nearly 4 000 foundries have closed in Europe and the United States and demand has shifted to countries such as India China and Brazil thanks to recent increase in demnad for automobiles. Passenger car and utliity segment will grow at a CAGR of 10%
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Perhaps the verdict of the electorate in favour of Congress signifies that There is No Alternative (TINA) to Congress at this critical juncture when the nation is fighting hard to overcome the global financial crisis and threats from terrorism and growing instability emerging in South Asia.
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Price firmness continued to be manifest in bullion as the New York session got underway this morning. Overnight mild selling overseas brought gold to lows near $968 per ounce. However persistent dollar weakness rekindled fund buying and values returned to above $980 as Tuesday dawned.
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Over the past few days the talk on the Street has been revolving around the direction of the U.S. dollar and how it has been influencing the overall markets and exchange traded funds (ETFs). Could a weak dollar be something we actually need?
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