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Rising Demand Lifts Refined Soya Oil Futures

Refined soya oil contracts for August delivery rose by Rs 7.1, or 0.9 per cent, to Rs 799 per 10 kg in 16,435 lots.

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Gold Inches Up As Dollar Dips, Traders Await Trade Deal Fineprint

Spot gold rose 0.2 per cent to $1,477.73 per ounce, by 0641 GMT. US gold futures gained 0.1 per cent to $1,482.10.

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Industry, Traders And Farmers Welcome India's Decision To Not Sign RCEP

The sources said except India, all 15 RCEP member countries were on board in finalising the deal at Monday's summit.

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Traders And Borders

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) could in a decade, lead all trade routes to China. Could the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue save the day?

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Trade Wars And Looming Collapse Of Multilateralism

Focus on absolute gains in relation to interface with the other nation also paved way to make sense of global politics with international organisation like World Trade Organisation offering a platform to negotiate significant issues of trade, tarrifs, agreed rules etc

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Sealing Drive: Traders Announces 'Delhi Trade Bandh' On 23 January

As traders across Delhi decide to go on a day long strike on January 23 to register their protest against sealing of various business establishments, the loss in revenue could amount to approximately Rs 1,400 crore

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Nifty Hits Fresh High Of 10,101, Sensex Up 100 Points

Participants were upbeat about the Reserve Bank's monetary policy meet tomorrow, which is expected to announce a cut in rates

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Traders Urge GST Council To Remove Anomalies In Tax Slabs

Products like auto spare parts and housing industry items deserve to be moved to the lower tax bracket.

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Traders seek leniency on filing tax returns under GST regime

Nearly 82 per cent or 1.7 lakh traders have registered under the new single tax system.

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Higher Prices Keep Gold Buyers At Bay; Discounts In India Widen

Demand for gold in Asia was muted this week as the bullion's rebound in prices curbed purchases, with discounts in India widening to the highest in more than five months

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No GST Registration Needed For Traders With Rs 20 Lakh Sales

Jharkhand Urban Development Minister C P Singh said that traders having annual sale of up to Rs 20 lakh would not have to register under the GST bill, passed by the state Assembly

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Gold Takes Comfort From Global Cues, Edges Up To Rs 29,350

A mix of positive global indicators and pick-up in local demand because of wedding season rush gave some comfort to gold as prices recovered Rs 60 to Rs 29,350 per 10 grams

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India’s Efforts Are Recognised At World Stage, Says WTO DG Roberto Azevedo

In 2017, growth could be in the range of 1.8 per cent to 3.1 per cent, but there were a lot of risks attached

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Rupee Slides 16 Paise Against Dollar

Forex dealers said, increased demand for the dollar kept pressure on the rupee but a higher a opening in the domestic equity market capped the fall

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Sensex Soars 148 Points As Feb F&O Series Opens Strong

The 30-share Sensex, which gained 673.64 points in the previous three straight sessions, added 147.57 points, or 0.53 per cent, at 27,855.71

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