India’s crude steel output falls by 1% to 9.412 million tonnes in March 2019: worldsteel

India’s crude steel production fell by 1 per cent to 9.412 million tonnes uring March 2019, according to World Steel Association’s (worldsteel) report. India had produced 9.506 million tonnes crude steel during the same month a year ago, the global steel industry body said in its latest report. India produced 9.412 million tonnes crude steel […]

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Europe is entering its golden age of gas

In a 2011 report, the International Energy Agency (IEA) asked a provocative question: are we entering a golden age of gas? At the time, U.S. shale gas production was surging and new fields were coming online around the globe, encouraged by high oil prices. Gas, it seemed, was poised to “play a far more prominent role […]

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Mango exports may hit 50,000 tonne this season; South Korea, Malaysia among new markets

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With a good harvest expected this season, the country’s mango exports is expected to cross 50,000 tonnes. Last season, India exported some 40,000 tonnes. Mango exports to US have taken off in a big way with more than 1,000 tonnes expected to be exported this year, senior officials of the Maharashtra State Agriculture Marketing Board […]

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Gold-backed ETFs gained globally in 2018, even with North America outflows

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Gold-backed exchange-traded funds ended 2018 with new inflows globally as uncertainty about Britain’s exit from the EU drove investors to the perceived safety of European-backed ETFs, more than offsetting outflows in North America resulting from a strong U.S. dollar, says a Reuters report. Gold-backed exchange-traded funds (ETFs) worldwide registered net inflows of $3.4 billion, a […]

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