In a regulatory filing, Cipla said 99.68 per cent shareholders polled in favour of the resolution to raise funds.
Gupta explained that the gold prices were surging primarily owing to the decline in global growth rate.
The report noted that ETF gold holdings are now approaching their old highs reached back in 2012.
It is rare for Opec to give a bearish forward view on the market outlook.
Soybean prices fell by Rs 7 to Rs 3,665 per quintal in futures trade on Friday.
Subdued demand at domestic physical market led to fall in copper prices here.
"Wealth creation is absolutely essential. Those who create wealth are India's wealth."
Since the August 12 AGM, Ambani’s wealth has gone up by $4 billion (Rs 28,684 crore).
The July selloff has lowered Sensex’s year-to-date gains to a mere 2.5 per cent.
Modi should now focus on delivering welfare programs in the state to win people’s confidence.
FIIs have been flip-flopping and will return once growth becomes visible.
More than the problem in the economy, there is a lot of negativity.
The gap between two- and 10-year yields dropped below zero on both sides of the Atlantic.
Credit profiles of the nation’s companies worsened to a 19-month low in July.
Nifty earnings will largely be driven by banks results, says Sundaram MF's MD & CEO
Globally, gold prices dipped 0.40 per cent to USD 1,525 an ounce in New York.
Analysts said speculative positions created by traders led to rise in oil prices.
The bullion counter is expected to move sideways with a positive bias.
Around 10.45 am, MCX Gold traded at Rs 38,100 per 10 gm, down by Rs 63.
Options traders on the Comex believe gold would trend higher than $1,500 an ounce.
US gold futures rose 0.3 per cent to $1,535.50 an ounce.
US retail sales rose 0.7 per cent in July as consumers bought a range of goods even as they cut back on motor vehicle purchases.
A stronger real makes dollardenominated prices less attractive in local currency terms
Global benchmark Brent crude fell as much as $1.81, or 3%, to $57.67 a barrel.
At the day's peak of $1,523.91, gold was back to within $11 of Tuesday's six-year high.
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