Onion from Afghanistan cools down prices in India
As many as 50 trucks laden with onion crossed over to India across Attari check post and 55 trucks had brought the tuber on Monday this week. The landed cost of onion from Afghanistan is Rs 40-55 per kg while the local crop is priced at Rs 65- 75 per kg and retail prices are hovering over Rs 100 per kg. The spurt in international supply has cooled down wholesale prices of onion by 20-30%, said traders.
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Agri Commodities: Guar gum, guar seed, coriander advance in futures trade amid strong demand
Guar gum prices on Wednesday advanced by Rs 18 to Rs 7,055 per five quintal in futures trade.
Oil prices sag on surprise rise in US crude inventories
Brent futures fell by 45 cents, or 0.7 per cent, to $63.89 per barrel by 0733 GMT.
Crude oil futures fall even as global prices surge
Crude oil futures on Wednesday fell by Rs 19 to Rs 4,176 per barrel
Base Metals: Copper, zinc, nickel trade up in futures amid strong demand
Lead prices on Wednesday rose 40 paise to Rs 153.65 per kg in futures trade.
Nissan to increase prices by up to 5 percent from January
The revised prices will be applicable across all available models for Nissan and Datsun, effective January 2020. "In the current challenging market conditions, we are constrained to increase the price of all Nissan and Datsun models due to increased costs," Nissan Motor India Managing Director Rakesh Srivastava said.
Saudi Aramco debuts at 10% premium over issue price
Aramco raised $25.60 billion in the biggest-ever IPO by selling shares at 32 riyals.
Middlemen benefited due to bankruptcy of your policy: Priyanka to Sithraman on onion prices
While speaking in the Lok Sabha last week, Sitharaman had said, "I don't eat much of onion and garlic. I come from such a family which doesn't have much to do with onion." Priyanka Gandhi, taking to Twitter, said , "It is good to know that you do not eat onions and garlic yourself. But you are the finance minister of the country, not of yourself."
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