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Latest Articles in metals

Five Essential Commodities That Will Be Hit By War In Ukraine

Ukraine and Russia may only account for a small proportion of the imports of major manufacturing nations like Germany and the US, but they are essential suppliers of raw materials and energy for many crucial supply chains

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Demand Surge For Precious Metals In Tier-II Cities: Just Dial Consumer Insights

The demand surge for precious metals in Tier-II cities remained higher in vis-à-vis Tier-I.

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Gold gains Rs 210 on jewellers' buying

Gold prices rose by Rs 210 to Rs 29,410 per 10 grams at the bullion market today on increased buying by local jewellers even as the metal weakened overseas

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Gold Rises On Weaker Dollar; Platinum Group Metals Surge

Spot gold had risen 1.1 per cent to $1,354.44 an ounce by 0653 GMT, after gaining 0.4 per cent in the previous session

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Britain Says State Takeover Not The Answer In Steel Crisis

Prime Minister David Cameron said there was no guarantee a buyer could be found for Britain's biggest steel producer after Tata Steel announced it was pulling out, and a state takeover was not the answer

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Budget 2016-17: Foundry Sector's Expectations

India is the third largest manufacturer of metal castings globally, producing approx 10 million tonnes of castings in various metals

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Disequilibrium | The Commodity Rout

A whole year of savings on imported oil and other commodities and consequent low inflation has gone by without any transformative decision making

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Mega Diamonds: Rekindling The Romance

While most jewellery across global markets is made with smaller sized diamonds, it is the large, exceptional diamonds that usually grab the attention of the world. Discoveries like the 1,111 ct stone found last week in Botswana, the second largest diamond ever, brings the miners into focus

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Indian Metals And Ferro Alloys Miner Files $560 Million Claim Against Indonesia

Indian Metals and Ferro Alloys Ltd has filed a nearly $600 million claim against Indonesia in international court, alleging that overlapping mining permits have disrupted its operations, a government official said.

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