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Indian ADRs: Infosys, HDFC Bank down; Tata Motors, Dr Reddy’s Labs gain

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Indian ADRs ended mixed on Friday. In the IT space, Infosys was down 0.78 percent at USD 15.18 and Wipro slipped 1.01 percent at USD 10.81.

In the banking space, ICICI Bank gained 0.1 percent at USD 9.80 and HDFC Bank shed 0.21 percent at USD 87.61.

In the other sectors, Tata Motors added 0.51 percent at USD 37.31 and Dr Reddy’s Laboratories was up 0.43 percent at USD 39.63.

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Delhi Govt to demand lowering of tax slabs under GST

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The Delhi Government has said that it is planning to make a demand for lowering of tax slabs to protect the interests of the capital’s traders and industrialists.

The Deputy Chief Minister, Sisodia, a member of the GST Council said that after a series of meetings with the capital’s traders, he will forward a demand for lowering of tax slabs in the council’s meeting on June 3.

Commenting on the issue, Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister, Sisodia told the media, “I have met over 32 traders associations today and it seems that increase in taxes through GST will have an adverse impact on the capital’s trade and growth.”

“GST could completely fail if the process of implementing the tax measure is not corrected. Tax slabs need to be reduced as that could affect our small-scale industries and trades,” he said.

“The Centre is pushing its ‘Make in India’ policy and transparency in taxes, but if the taxes are so high, all our industries will have to either shut down or the owners forced to evade taxes,” the deputy chief minister said.

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India based multinational L&T on Tuesday said that its construction arm has bagged orders worth Rs 5,146 crore across various business segments, led by the power transmission and distribution business.

According to the company, the power transmission and distribution (PT&D) business has bagged major orders worth Rs 2,780 crore in the domestic and international markets.

Reliance Communications hits fresh low on rating downgrade

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Shares of Reliance Communications extended selling spree on Wednesday, hitting fresh 52-week low, on the Bombay stock Exchange after the global rating agency Moody’s Investors Service downgraded company’s rating and senior secured bond rating, citing weak performance and fragile liquidity position.

Extending previous session losses, shares of the company declined as much as 9.47 per cent to hit all-time low of Rs 18.15 apiece on the Bombay Stock Exchange. The scrip was currently trading at Rs 18.35 against previous close price of Rs 20.05.

Sugar prices at futures counter closed lower on Wednesday

Sugar prices at futures counter closed lower on Wednesday on profit booking by the market participants expecting government interventions. The government has asked sugar mills to ensure adequate supplies to consumers. There are reports of 15% drop in sugar output till February 15’ 2017 compared to last year production.

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Yusco To Raise Integrated Stainless Steel Prices for March 2017

Yieh United Steel Corp. (Yusco), the largest integrated stainless steel mill in Southeast Asia, has announced to hike its export prices by US$60~70/ton for stainless steel products for March.

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Meanwhile, Yusco decided to remain its domestic prices for 300 and 400 grades stainless steel products unchanged for March. Yusco increased its export prices the main reason is due to higher production costs adjustment accordingly.

Nafta Renegotiation Puts Mexico-Us Jeans Trade At Risk

The almost imminent renegotiation of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has put US-Mexico denim trade at risk. It is because nearly half of the jeans sold in the US are made in Mexico. Over 2,000 denim manufacturers spread through states of México, Durango, Puebla and Guanajuato together make second largest supplier base of jeans to the US.The bilateral trade of denim products consists mainly in the Mexican plants sewing jeans from fabric imported from the US. The final products are again shipped back for sale in the US market. There are also some companies that purchase denims that are 100% made in Mexico and sell them in the US. Mexico’s National Chamber of the

Apparel Industry (Canaive) estimates this annual denim trade at over $8 billion.This manufacturing-trade relation provides livelihood to over 125,000 people in Mexico and another 64,000 in the US, particularly in the states of North and South Carolina and Georgia, according to the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA).Hence, the call given by US president Donald Trump to renegotiate NAFTA, especially US’ bilateral trade relations with Mexico, has put nearly 189,000 jobs at risk. Further, it would also mean that US buyers would end up paying more if the Trump administration imposes tariffs on products imported from Mexico.

Copper Market Records A Surplus of 58 Tonnes in January- December 2016

 The recent report from World Bureau of Metal Statistics mentioned that copper market recorded a surplus of 58 tonnes in January to December 2016 which follows a surplus of 141000 tonnes in the whole of 2015. Reported stocks rose during December and closed 59.1 tonnes higher than at the end of December 2015. No allowance is made in the consumption calculation for unreported stock changes, particularly in the Chinese government stockpile. click here, more and for Two days FREE TRIAL drop your missed call on -9303093093.

World mine production in January to December 2016 was 20.66 million tonnes which was 6.9% higher than in the same period in 2015. Global refined production rose to 23.46 million tonnes up 2.1 % compared with the previous year with a significant increase recorded in China (up 476 tonnes) and Spain (up 14 tonnes).

Global consumption for January to December 2016 was 23.40 million tonnes compared with 22.83 million tonnes for the same months of 2015. Chinese apparent consumption in January to December 2016 rose by 289 tonnes to 11642 tonnes compared to the same months of 2015 and represented just under 50 % of global demand. EU28 production fell by 1.5 % and demand was 3443 tonnes, 3.2 % above the January to December 2015 total. In December 2016, refined copper production was 1994.5 tonnes and consumption was 1970.8 tonnes.

Jeera At Two Month Low

 Spot Jeera fell near a two month low of Rs 18500 per quintal after the massive gains in prices over last few days. The latest official data reveals that Jeera sowing in Gujarat, which is almost over by now, is lagging behind last year. 

 As on January 23rd, the acreage under Jeera was 2787 thousand hectares, down about 5.60% compared to the same time last year. This is just about 82% of the normal area. However, traders are reporting that some arrivals have started flowing in from the new crop. click missed call on -9303093093.

कच्चे तेल की कीमत 53.92 डॉलर प्रति बैरल

भारतीय बास्केट के कच्चे तेल की अंतर्राष्ट्रीय कीमत मंगलवार को 53.92 डॉलर प्रति बैरल दर्ज की गई। यह शुक्रवार को दर्ज कीमत 53.46 डॉलर प्रति बैरल से अधिक है।

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पेट्रोलियम एवं प्राकृतिक गैस मंत्रालय के अधीनस्थ पेट्रोलियम नियोजन एवं विश्लेषण प्रकोष्ठ (पीपीएसी) द्वारा मंगलवार को यह जानकारी दी गई। रुपये के संदर्भ में भारतीय बास्केट के कच्चे तेल की कीमत मंगलवार को बढ़कर 3671.16 रुपये प्रति बैरल हो गई, जबकि शुक्रवार को यह 3640.09 रुपये प्रति बैरल थी। रुपया मंगलवार को मजबूत होकर 68.08 रुपये प्रति डॉलर के स्तर पर बंद हुआ, जबकि शुक्रवार को यह 68.09 रुपये प्रति डॉलर था।