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Oil Edges Higher In Choppy Trade

Oil prices were flat to slightly higher on Monday, after having hit seven-week lows earlier on concerns about excess supply and weak demand.

Benchmark Brent crude futures edged up 14 cents, or 0.2 percent, to $79.03 a barrel, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up 18 cents, or 0.2 percent, at $76.12.

Japan is considering releasing oil from its reserves along with the United States and other countries to help curb rising crude oil prices, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Saturday.

“We are considering what we can do,” Kishida told reporters in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, when asked about the possibility.

China also said it intends to release some reserves as the White House pressed the OPEC producer group again to boost output.

Meanwhile, the prospect of national lockdowns in Europe has raised concerns about economic and oil demand growth.

Austria closed shops, restaurants and festive markets in the most dramatic Covid-19 restriction seen in Western Europe for months.

As Europe becomes the center of the Covid-19 pandemic again, politicians in Germany are debating similar measures.

The fifth-wave coronavirus infections in France are rising at an alarming rate, the government reported on Sunday, with new daily virus cases close to doubling over the past week.

Rupee slips 12 paise to end at 74.42 against U.S. dollar

Rising crude prices in the international market and persistent foreign capital outflows also put pressure on the rupee

The rupee depreciated by 12 paise to end at 74.42 (provisional) against the U.S. dollar on Monday, as massive sell-offs in domestic equities and a strong greenback in the overseas market weighed on investor sentiments.

Besides, rising crude prices in the international market and persistent foreign capital outflows also put pressure on the rupee, forex dealers said.

At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local currency opened weak at 74.36 and lost further ground as the trade progressed to quote 74.51 a dollar.

The local unit finally settled at 74.42 a dollar, down 12 paise over its previous close of 74.30.

Forex markets were closed on Friday on the occasion of ‘Guru Nanak Jayanti’.

On the domestic equity market front, the BSE Sensex ended 1,170.12 points or 1.96% lower at 58,465.89, while the broader NSE Nifty declined 348.25 points or 1.96% to 17,416.55.

The dollar index, which gauges the greenback’s strength against a basket of six currencies, was trading 0.07% up at 96.10.

Meanwhile, Brent crude futures, the global oil benchmark, advanced 0.35% to $79.17 per barrel.

Foreign institutional investors were net sellers in the capital market on Thursday, as they offloaded shares worth ₹3,930.62 crore, according to exchange data.

Gold gains marginally; silver jumps ₹444

In the international market, both gold and silver were trading flat at $1,846 per ounce and $24.85 per ounce, respectively

Gold price in the national capital on Monday gained marginally by ₹17 to ₹47,869 per 10 gram amid rupee depreciation, according to HDFC Securities.

In the previous trade, the precious metal had settled at ₹47,852 per 10 gram.

Silver surged ₹444 to ₹64,690 per kilogram from ₹64,246 per kilogram in the previous trade.

The Indian rupee depreciated 10 paise to close at 74.40 against the U.S. dollar on Monday.

In the international market, both gold and silver were trading flat at $1,846 per ounce and $24.85 per ounce, respectively.

"Gold prices traded steady with spot gold prices at COMEX trading flat at ₹1,846 per ounce on Monday.

Gold prices traded under pressure falling from recent highs on stronger dollar and surge in US bond yields," HDFC Securities Senior Analyst (Commodities) Tapan Patel said.

Paytm shares slide for 2nd day; tumble nearly 14%

Concerns over valuation weighed on the stock, say analysists

Shares of newly-listed One97 Communications, Paytm’s parent company, continued to decline for the second day in a row on Monday, November 22, 2021, tumbling nearly 14 per cent.

The counter continued to bear a deserted look as the stock declined 13.66 per cent to ₹1,350.35 on BSE.

On NSE, it tumbled 13.39 per cent to ₹1,351.75.

Shares of One97 Communications Ltd on Thursday made a weak market debut and tumbled over 27 per cent from the issue price of ₹2,150.

According to market analysts, concerns over valuation weighed on the stock.

Ant Group-backed Paytm’s ₹18,300 crore IPO, India’s biggest share sale, was oversubscribed 1.89 times earlier this month.

This was greater than miner Coal India’s ₹15,000 crore offer a decade back.

Incorporated in 2000, One97 Communications is India’s leading digital ecosystem for consumers and merchants

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Alpha And Omega Semiconductor Gains 11%

Shares of Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited (AOSL) are gaining over 11% on Monday morning despite no stock-related news from the company to drive the shares. AOSL is currently trading at $49.89, up $5.26 or 11.79%, on the Nasdaq.

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor designs, develops, and supplies power semiconductor products for computing, consumer electronics, communication, and industrial applications.

New Amazon Web Services Chief says company still has the edge over emerging competition

Amazon (AMZN) founder Jeff Bezos is donating $100 million to the Obama Foundation in honor of Congressman John Lewis, a hero of the U.S. civil rights movement of the 1960s who died last year, the foundation said on Monday.

As part of the gift, Bezos has asked that the plaza at the Obama Presidential Center be named the John Lewis Plaza, the foundation said in a statement.
“Freedom fighters deserve a special place in the pantheon of heroes, and I can’t think of a more fitting person to honor with this gift than John Lewis,” Bezos said in the statement.

    A protege of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., Lewis led sit-ins to integrate all-white lunch counters, was one of the original “Freedom Riders” who integrated buses, and endured beatings by white police and mobs.