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Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Commodities (April 18)
Gold (per gram) Rs854
Standard Gold (10 gram) Rs9,220
Silver (per gram) Rs22.05
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs3245
Markets (April 18)
BSE Sensex11821.57(+281.89)
S&P CNX Nifty3518.10 (+92.95)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.22 (+0.07)


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RBI thrust on credit quality; key interest rates held steady
Go slow on loans to real estate and capital market, banks told More

`Ready to act promptly on inflation signs'
Keen to prevent potential imbalance: Reddy More

Sensex scores new high, goes up 282 points
Technology stocks are stars of the day More

PM to chair high-level panel on manufacturing
Committee to review steps to sustain growth More

India should target 10 pc GDP growth: PM
High-level committee on manufacturing set up More

Copper prices could rule firm for 3 more years
Low inventory, supply disruptions & rising demand behind buoyancy More

Gold resistance seen at $621
Strong buying owing to host of reasons More

AMCs favour infrastructure sector
Lots of products lined up to leverage on market mood More

Credit Policy: More bark than bite
Pre-emptive moves by RBI likely if conditions warrant More

Reliance Retail hunt for talent has headhunters in a tizzy
Plans to rope in people from hyper markets in the Gulf More

Infosys ADS hits 5-yr high of $85.08
Premium between ADS, local shares set to rise More

MS displays India-specific solutions
Software giant Microsoft said on Tuesday that it would launch the latest version of its Office software suite by the end of the year and the company's India development centre has made a significant contribution to it. "India development team ... More

Wind power capacity up 45% in 2005-06
Tamil Nadu contributes bulk of capacity addition More

TRAI gets notice on ADC petition
BSNL says amount collected under new regime is inadequate More

Tariff values cut for vegoils
By $10 for palm oils; $6 for soya oil More

Bay shaping up to host first pre-monsoon `low'
Preliminary indications of an evolving low-pressure area over a warming Bay of Bengal have been detected in what is considered as creating an enabling environment for pre-monsoon features to further establish over the Indian landmass. Speaking ... More


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