margins as they would not go into an FPO. Would you still be positive on those set of stocks?A: There is a bit of pessimism as crude prices are high. The stocks have also corrected. One would not have any
as it extended its slide from the prior session. In commodities US crude oil prices slumped dropping below USD 90 a barrel, as investors focused on booking year-end profits after the recent rally above USD 91 mark
in crude. API said inventories rose by 3.1 million barrels, which were expected to be down by 2.6 million barrels. EIA inventory data will be announced today. Currently it is trading at USD 91.2 a barrel
In commodities- oil prices fell but stayed close to recent 26-month highs above USD 91 a barrel, pulled down in light trade by profit-taking as markets awaited the release of weekly US oil inventory data. Currently it is trading at USD 91.16 per barrel.