Prices of pulses inched close to Rs 200/kg Thursday even as the Centre has decided to increase the buffer stock by over five times to 8 lakh tonnes for retail sale at a highly subsidised rate of Rs 120/kg.
In a highly volatile trade, market benchmark Sensex today dropped over 109 points and the Nifty slipped below the 8,000-mark due to selling by funds and retail investors ahead of the release of June quarter GDP data and weakness in domestic currency.
Piramal Fund Management, the Group’s investment arm that has been one of the most active investors in the property sector for the previous two years, is looking to extend its assets under management (AUM) by over a 5th to Rs 22,000 cr by the end of March month.
#TechnicalAnalysis AUD/USD rallies after Australian data, Oil extends gains AUD/USD rallies after Australian data, #Oil has extended its gains in Asian session after yesterday’s impressive bullish movement. The Aussies has managed to push the AUD/USD pair higher despite the US dollar bullish movement, the price has jumped above yesterday’s high and may continue to grow if ...