Around 11:30 am, the MCX Mentha oil was trading at Rs 1,528 per kilo.
Around 10:25 am, the MCX Gold was trading at Rs 31,638 per 10 grams.
US gold futures were up 0.2 per cent at $1,254.6 per ounce.
US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $52.63 per barrel.
The settlement witnessed deliveries of 590 MT of the underlying deliverables at the ICEX.
Production in Assam fell 7.6 per cent to 96.21 million kg in October, the board said.
Keen to tap this space, companies may come up with robust capital expenditure plans.
Damodaran believes like humans, companies don’t like to age.
As many as five mutual funds were holding over 1 per cent stake in one of these stocks.
Analysts remain optimistic about the market and see a gradual recovery in select stocks.
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In its statement, RBI said the downgraded inflation projections have some key risks.
Once the US Federal Reserve ends the tightening cycle, the time to buy gold will be near.
Assets with overnight funds soared to Rs 12,300 crore last month, from Rs 3,900 crore in Sept.
The RIL scrip is up 12% since October 26 against an 8.56% rise in the BSE Sensex.
Retail jewellery demand was moderate as buyers were making purchases for weddings.
The cartel and its partners agree to remove 1.2 million barrels a day from the market.
US unemployment and wage data are also expected on Friday.
Benchmark Brent crude oil rose $3.26 a barrel to a high of $63.32 by 1355 GMT.
However, crude, gold and silver lost some ground in the domestic futures market.
Brokerage Motilal Oswal Securities said MCX Gold may trade in a sideways range today.
Insufficient rains had pushed up the December futures price in NCDEX beyond Rs 200 per kg mark.
At a meeting ICEX held with the black pepper traders, it was suggested that the trading lot and delivery unit of pepper contracts be changed from 100 kg to 1 tonne.
“Not everybody is ready to cut equally,” Al-Falih told reporters in Vienna.
London's Brent North Sea oil sank $2.94 to $58.62 per barrel at 1035 GMT.