WTI oil falls below $90 a barrel

WTI oil falls below $90 a barrel

August 04, 2022 (MLN): US crude futures fell below $90 a barrel on Thursday for the first time since February, the month Russia invaded Ukraine. Futures dropped as much as 1% to $89.80 a barrel.

Gold price up by Rs900 to Rs145

Gold price up by Rs900 to Rs145,400 per tola

July 22, 2022: The price of 24 karat per tola gold witnessed an increase of Rs900 per tola and was sold at Rs145,400 on Friday against its sale at Rs144,500 the previous day in the

Oil prices rebound following downbeat week

Oil prices rebound following downbeat week

July 19, 2022: Oil prices jumped on Monday, reclaiming some of the losses they had suffered in the previous week. The West Texas Intermediate for August delivery added 5.01 U.S. dollars, or 5.1%, to settle

Oil prices rebound following downbeat week

Oil prices rebound following downbeat week

July 19, 2022: Oil prices jumped on Monday, reclaiming some of the losses they had suffered in the previous week. The West Texas Intermediate for August delivery added 5.01 U.S. dollars, or 5.1%, to settle

WTI oil falls below $90 a barrel

WTI oil falls below $90 a barrel

August 04, 2022 (MLN): US crude futures fell below $90 a barrel on Thursday for the first time since February, the month Russia invaded Ukraine. Futures dropped as much as 1% to $89.80 a barrel.

Gold price up by Rs900 to Rs145

Gold price up by Rs900 to Rs145,400 per tola

July 22, 2022: The price of 24 karat per tola gold witnessed an increase of Rs900 per tola and was sold at Rs145,400 on Friday against its sale at Rs144,500 the previous day in the

Oil prices rebound following downbeat week

Oil prices rebound following downbeat week

July 19, 2022: Oil prices jumped on Monday, reclaiming some of the losses they had suffered in the previous week. The West Texas Intermediate for August delivery added 5.01 U.S. dollars, or 5.1%, to settle

Oil prices rebound following downbeat week

Oil prices rebound following downbeat week

July 19, 2022: Oil prices jumped on Monday, reclaiming some of the losses they had suffered in the previous week. The West Texas Intermediate for August delivery added 5.01 U.S. dollars, or 5.1%, to settle