Month: October 2022

GLOBRL FOOD

Global Food Security on The Edge as Russia Exits Grain Deal

October 31, 2022

How much of a price jump is harder to predict since the safe-passage deal was already set to expire in mid-November if no agreement is reached to extend it Traders are bracing for a fresh spike in grain prices after Russia’s exit from a deal allowing Ukraine crops to move from the Black Sea to […]

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Market Gains

As Market Gains in Diwali Week, More Than 30 Smallcaps Rise up to 31%

October 29, 2022

In the holiday-shortened Diwali week, Indian benchmark indices ended with a gain of one percent. After a positive start for the new Samvat 2079 on the Muhurat trading day (October 24), the market remained volatile amid monthly F&O expiry, better US GDP data, Bank of Japan keeping policy balance rate at -0.1%, rate hike by […]

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BOND MARKET

TURBULENCE IN THE BOND MARKET: WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR INVESTORS?

October 29, 2022

Risk-reward is looking favourable for investors as absolute yields have risen considerably over the past six months and now give a reasonable safety cushion to absorb mark to market volatility Year 2022 is proving to be yet another year dominated by unprecedented events causing heightened volatility across global financial markets. While the year started on […]

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Interest Rates

BoJ Holds Ultra-Low Interest Rates, Raises 2022 Inflation Forecast

October 28, 2022

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) held interest rates at record lows as expected on Friday, and said inflation is likely to rise more in the near-term as the Japanese economy struggles with elevated raw material costs and supply chain issues The central bank held its target for short-term interest rates at negative 0.1%, and said […]

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NSE Adds These State

NSE Adds These State-Owned Biggies Under F&O Ban List on Oct 27

October 27, 2022

Two stocks have been placed under the Futures and Options (F&O) ban list for trade by the National Stock Exchange on Oct 27, 2022. The two stocks under the F&O ban list on Thursday include the state-owned leading engineering and manufacturing giant Bharat Heavy Electricals (NS:BHEL), and the state-owned lender Punjab National Bank  The two […]

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Sensex in Green As Street Resumes

Sensex in Green As Street Resumes Trading: Nifty Metal Shines, Bond Yields Ease

October 27, 2022

The domestic market made a positive opening on Thursday as traders returned to the Street after a day’s off on Wednesday, tracking positive cues from global markets, especially as Asian equities traded in the green during the pre-opening session An easing US dollar pushed treasury yields lower on rising hopes that the US Fed would […]

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Modi to visit Kedarnath

PM Modi to Visit Kedarnath-Badrinath Today, Tight Security In Place

October 21, 2022

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Kedarnath and Badrinath today during which he will inspect various ongoing development works and also lay foundation stones for some new projects In view of the visit, security arrangements have been tightened in the area, an official said While the officials are busy finalizing the preparations for the two-day […]

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Oil Slips on Recession

Oil Slips on Recession Fears, Eyes Positive Week as Supply Tightens

October 21, 2022

Oil prices fell on Friday after a warning on economic growth from the Federal Reserve, but were still set to end the week higher on positive signals from China and on the prospect of tightening supply in the coming months London-traded Brent Oil Futures, the global benchmark, fell 0.3% to $92.45 a barrel, while West […]

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Financial News

Gold Prices Creep Higher as USD Retreats, Hawkish Fed Caps Gains

October 19, 2022

Gold prices rose slightly on Wednesday, extending mild gains into a third session as pressure from the dollar abated, although hawkish signals from Federal Reserve officials prevented further gains Spot gold rose 0.1% to $1,653.49 an ounce, while gold futures rose 0.2% to $1,658.90 an ounce by 19:20 ET (23:20 GMT). Both instruments spent a […]

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Financial News

Oil prices rise on supply woes

October 19, 2022

Oil prices rose in early Asian trade on Wednesday, paring losses from the previous session, as concern over tight supplies following reports of lower inventories in the United States offset fears of lower demand from top oil importer China Brent crude futures rose 73 cents, or 0.8%, to $90.76 a barrel by 0100 GMT. U.S. […]

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