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Asia Gold: High prices deter buyers ahead of India festival season

Oct 12 2018

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Physical gold demand in India was subdued this week as a rally in domestic prices curbed retail purchases going into a key festival season, while buying remained lacklustre in other major Asian hubs.

Asia Gold-High prices deter buyers ahead of India festival season

Oct 12 2018

MUMBAI/BENGALURU, Oct 12 Physical gold demand in India was subdued this week as a rally in domestic prices curbed retail purchases going into a key festival season, while buying remained lacklustre in other major Asian hubs.

Did Kerala's dams exacerbate India's once-in-century floods?

Oct 10 2018

KOCHI/MUMBAI Joby Pathrose, a farmer living a kilometer away from the usually languid Periyar river in southern India, was woken in the night by the sound of rushing waters. Hours later his plantations and everything he owned were completely submerged.

India's September gold imports drop 14 percent on weak rupee: GFMS

Oct 10 2018

MUMBAI India's gold imports in September dropped more than 14 percent from a year ago as a rally in local prices due to a depreciating rupee reduced demand in the world's second-biggest consumer of bullion, provisional data from precious metals consultancy GFMS.

India's Sept gold imports drop 14 pct on weak rupee-GFMS

Oct 10 2018

MUMBAI, Oct 10 India's gold imports in September dropped more than 14 percent from a year ago as a rally in local prices due to a depreciating rupee reduced demand in the world's second-biggest consumer of bullion, provisional data from precious metals consultancy GFMS.

Exclusive: India to export raw sugar for first time in three years as global prices rally

Oct 09 2018

MUMBAI Indian sugar mills have signed deals to export raw sugar for the first time in three years as a rally in New York prices to seven-month highs along with government subsidies made exports lucrative, five dealers and two industry officials told Reuters.

Scant rains to dent India's cotton output, exports: trade body

Oct 08 2018

MUMBAI India's cotton production in 2018/19 is likely to fall 4.7 percent from the previous season to 34.8 million bales, as scant rainfall and an attack of pink bollworms are expected to squeeze crop yields, the head of a leading trade body told Reuters.

Scant rains to dent India's cotton output, exports - trade body

Oct 08 2018

MUMBAI, Oct 8 India's cotton production in 2018/19 is likely to fall 4.7 percent from the previous season to 34.8 million bales, as scant rainfall and an attack of pink bollworms are expected to squeeze crop yields, the head of a leading trade body told Reuters.

India gold discounts widen; Bangladesh launches trade policy

Oct 05 2018

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Higher domestic prices dented demand for physical gold in India, prompting dealers to offer the biggest discounts in 3-1/2 months this week, while neighbouring Bangladesh approved its first policy to regulate imports and exports of the metal.

Asia Gold-India discounts widen; Bangladesh launches trade policy

Oct 05 2018

MUMBAI/BENGALURU, Oct 5 Higher domestic prices dented demand for physical gold in India, prompting dealers to offer the biggest discounts in 3-1/2 months this week, while neighbouring Bangladesh approved its first policy to regulate imports and exports of the metal.

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