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Goldman Sachs sees upside for the euro The euro spent the latter part of the week flirting with 1.2000 but unable to break above. Analysts at Goldman Sachs believe that it’s only a matter of time until it breaks through and runs to 1.2500. They’ve raised their three-month EUR/USD target to that level from 1.2100.
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NEW DELHI: Gold imports, which have a bearing on the country’s current account deficit (CAD), rose by 22.58 per cent to USD 34.6 billion (about Rs 2.54 lakh crore) during 2020-21 due to increased domestic demand, according to the Commerce Ministry data. Silver imports during the last fiscal, however, dipped by 71 per cent to
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In January, Occidental Petroleum announced it had accomplished something no oil company had done before: It sold a shipload of crude that it said was 100% carbon-neutral. While the two-million-barrel cargo to India was destined to produce more than a million tons of planet-warming carbon over its lifecycle, from well to tailpipe, the Texas-based driller
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EUR/USD touches 1.1995 The euro keeps on knocking but it can’t get into the 1.20 range. It hit 1.1995 but has quickly faded back to 1.1975 into the London fix. Stops and offers are building up on both sides of the figure. It might take until next week but a run is coming and it
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NEW DELHI: Gold prices rose marginally by Rs 9 to Rs 46,431 per 10 gram in the national capital on Friday, according to HDFC Securities. In the previous trade, the precious metal had closed at Rs 46,422 per 10 gram. Silver also gained Rs 53 to Rs 67,460 per kg from Rs 67,407 per kg
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Dollar edges lower today but there is no follow through selling so far, in quiet markets. Still, the greenback is set to end the week as the worst performer, followed by Canadian and Swiss Franc. Sterling dipped notably earlier today but quickly recovered. Australian and New Zealand Dollar are soft, consolidation this week’s gains, as
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