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Weekly commodity wrap: Gold inches up, base metals rise
Economic Times Kolkata: Gold inched up by 0.69% on Friday after remaining steady throughout the week even though prices were less by 3.68% compared to Akshay Tritiya last year. Base metal showed a mixed trend during the week while oil rebounded on Friday. --

Gold prices likely to touch $1300/ oz by year end: Eugen Weinberg
Gold prices likely to touch $1300/ oz by year end: Eugen Weinberg Watch the interview of Eugen Weinberg Head-Comm Research Commerzbank AG with Manisha Gupta on CNBC-TV18, in which he shared his reading and outlook on the gold prices going ahead.

ITC To Resume Cigarette Manufacturing
ITC manufactures a range of cigarette brands, including India Kings, Classic, Gold Flake, Navy Cut, Capstan, Bristol, Flake, Silk Cut, which are manufactured at plants in Bengaluru, Munger, Saharanpur...

India seeks to speed up foreign deals with 'one-stop shop'
The Finance Ministry, seeking to speed up deals with outside investors, is set to take full control of the oversight of more than $40 billion a year in foreign direct investments and share purchases, two government sources said.

Yogi to make surprise calls to catch UP 'babus'
Yogi to make surprise calls to catch UP 'babus'Uttar Pradesh's Power Minister Shrikant Sharma said that CM Adityanath would make these surprise calls on office landlines of officers between 9 am to 6 pm.

Wall Street set to open little changed on weak GDP data
Wall Street set to open little changed on weak GDP data. Read full details

L.L. Bean rebuffs boycott over granddaughter’s big Trump donation
L.L. Bean rebuffs boycott over granddaughter’s big Trump donationA man wipes off the headlights of the L.L. Bean Bootmobile in the parking lot at the facility where the famous outdoor boot is made. L.L. Bean is pushing back against a boycott led by a group urging consumers not to shop at retailers that support President-elect Donald Trump after it was revealed that Linda Bean, heir of the Maine-based company’s founder, had donated to a political action committee that helped elect Trump. “We are deeply troubled by the portrayal of L.L. Bean as a supporter of any political agenda,” Shawn Gorman, L.L. Bean’s executive chairman, said in a statement posted to Facebook late Sunday.