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Farmers of amchur (dried mango peels) are in a deep trouble as traders are not coming forward to purchase their produce and even if they purchase they do not pay remunerative price. As a result, heaps of amchur are piling up and farmers who have come
Despite a new national record, it's not 'green-shoots of recovery' across the board, especially for the deposit-strapped mass-market. They must wait patiently until January when the Help to Buy scheme extends to the resale market."
Consumers will be the biggest beneficiaries as prices of some brands may fall by up to 70 per cent, D.G. Shah, Secretary General, Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance (IPA) said...SAP) for all brands with a market share above 1 per cent in their segment.
Gas prices increased nearly 25 cents Friday locally and by as much as 40 cents per gallon across much of the Midwest, consumers discovered...Extended maintenance and outages at refineries in Joliet, Whiting, Ind., Tulsa, Okla., and Eldorado, Kan.,
Once Upon a Dime' exhibit teaches kids about money Saturday May 18, 2013, 10:05 AM Kids have a notoriously hard time conceptualizing money. Jenny Schweitzer, the education coordinator at the Morris Museum, recalls one student touring the new "Once
Loyalty programs are moving out of wallets and into smartphones as a new generation of applications seeks to reward consumers for shopping, watching television or snapping photos. Walt Disney Co. and Target have signed up with Shopkick, which created
But at the four banks I worked at during my 12-year City career, there tended to be one breed louder, flasher and brasher than the rest the commodity traders. And the most important commodity of all is oil, which is why the global oil-dealing market
The New York Times Book Review is modernizing under the editorship of Pamela Paul, who was appointed to the positon in early April . The section announced three changes in a new column in this Sunday's issue (it was posted online today). Starting
Oil climbed for a third straight session, supported by a raft of strong economic data from top oil consumer the US that also boosted US equities, although a strong dollar limited gains in oil prices. The Conference Board's Leading Economic Index, a
EDT A customer fills up at a gas station in Toronto. (Fred Lum/Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail) Canada's annual inflation rate in April slowed to 0.4 per cent on declining gas prices and lower prices for passenger vehicles. Statistics Canada reported