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RPT-COLUMN-OPEC expected to deliver only half of target production cut: Kemp

COLUMN-Oil traders see no market rebalancing until later in 20...

(John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own) * Chart 1: * Chart 2: By John Kemp LONDON, Dec 8 Crude traders expect the oil market to begin tightening and gradually move into ... Reuters UK, 2 hours ago

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Invincible Indians

Addendum is a weekly column that takes a sometimes hard, sometimes casual, sometimes irreverent yet never malicious look at some of the new or recent advertisements and comments on them. First Bajaj came up with a unique idea of buying the steel that came ...
 Business Line31 minutes ago

Hyderabad: How personal can one's faith be

Hyderabad: The 'religion' column specified in the outpatient form of Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) irked at least one patient. The person wrote on social media, None of your business, nothing to do with my treatment. The post sparked ...
 Deccan Chronicle17 hours ago
Indian Express

Jayalalithaa's letters, columns reveal her unhappy childhood, how she perceived men

In her writing, Jayalalithaa had let her guard down, giving the readers a sneak peek at her childhood, which she mostly spent longing to meet her mother Vedha alias Sandhya, who was away working in Chennai. Several old interviews and correspondence ...
 Indian Express1 day ago Jaya's letters, columns reveal how she perceived men  MSN News US8 hours ago From the Viewsroom: Coping strategy  Business Line12 minutes ago Jayalalithaa's demise has left a huge void in Indian politics: PM Modi  DNA2 days ago

COLUMN-China's commodity party still going, but hangover risks ...

COLUMN-China's commodity party still going, but hangover risks rise: Russell (The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.) By Clyde Russell LAUNCESTON, Australia, Dec 8 (Reuters) - China has thrown the world's ...
 Investing.com8 hours ago COLUMN-China's commodity trading crackdown has long-term consequences: Russell  Reuters UK1 day ago RPT-COLUMN-China's commodity party still going, but hangover ...  Investing.com3 hours ago COLUMN-Coking coal surge may extend if China cracks down on North Korea:...  Investing.com3 days ago

COLUMN: RBI move prudent, transmission of old rate cuts key: Nomura

The RBI left the cash reserve ratio unchanged at 4 percent, as expected, and announced that the incremental CRR of 100 percent will stand withdrawn from 10 December. The increase in the market stabilisation securities ceiling to INR6trn has boosted the ...
 Money Control1 day ago

Main Nahi Bolunga... Continued

God, I really didn't know that these MNB columns were so popular
 DNA1 day ago

ISL 2016: Delhi Dynamos deserve credit for not allowing dominant Mumbai City FC to score

Mumbai looked to have won the early tactical battle, but had nothing to show in the goals column for their dominance, both territorial and attempt-wise. The post ISL 2016: Delhi Dynamos deserve credit for not allowing dominant Mumbai City FC to score appeared ...
 First Post.com4 days ago ISL 2016: Mumbai City FC Fan Park to have live screening of 1st semi-final on December 10  DNA2 hours ago

OPEC move to cut production may adversely affect India (Column: Active Voice)

4 Min ago 0 0 The decision at the just-concluded 171st ministerial meeting of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to reduce production by 1.2 million barrels per day to 32.5 mb/day (effective from January 2017) may ...
 India Online.in2 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Guest column: Rather than water security, what we need is water sovereignty

Presently Bengaluru is entirely dependent on river Cauvery for its water requirements. If we look at the city's history, its water requirements were met only by surface wells and lakes. But as years passed, it started to depend only on the Cauvery ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 days ago
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