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  • Squawk / 21 minutes ago
    Technical Analsyt / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    SPOT GOLD HAS RESISTANCE 1172, HOLD ABOVE THEN 1178-1184 POSSIBLE & HAS SUPPORT 1164, HOLD BELOW THEN 1158-1150 POSSIBLE
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  • Squawk / 22 minutes ago
    Technical Analsyt / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    SPOT GOLD HAS RESISTANCE 1172, HOLD ABOVE THEN 1178-1184 POSSIBLE & HAS SUPPORT 1164, HOLD BELOW THEN 1158-1150 POSSIBLE
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  • Editor’s Picks / 43 minutes ago

    Multinationals choose India as key R&D destination

    Nikkei Asian Review
    India has long been on the radar not only as a huge market, but also as a manufacturing and export base for multinational corporations, writes Go Yamada. With its large pool of talented workers with technical backgrounds, India also has great potential to grow into a global research and development centre. A number of multinationals have shown interest in India as an attractive R&D destination but recently a string of companies across a variety of industries have begun to set up their R&D centres or enhance existing facilities in India. The trend is putting sharp upward pressure on wages paid by foreign companies to Indian employees in managerial positions.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 1 hour ago

    Greek turmoil sends AUD to six-year lows

    Sydney Morning Herald
    The Australian dollar dropped to new six-year lows on Monday after a decisive "no" vote in the Greek referendum threw the country's future into doubt. Mark Mulligan writes in early Asia-Pacific trade, the local unit was buying 74.78¢, down 2% on the same time on Friday, and its lowest level since May 2009. The sell-off is part of a fresh flight to safe haven assets by investors, who fear Greeks' rejection of fiscal and structural reforms in return for European Union bailout funds could lead to financial chaos and ultimately undermine the Eurozone project.
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