Samsung is reportedly working on a new Galaxy A-series smartphone. The device, dubbed as the Galaxy A01, will be an entry-level phone targeted towards budget buyers. The Galaxy A01 with the model number SM-A015F/ SM-A015F/DS has been spotted on the US FCC website which also reveals some specifications.The US FCC website has also listed the schematics of the Galaxy A01 that suggest a dual-camera setup. The resolution and other details of the rear camera are currently unknown.The back panel does not have a fingerprint scanner, which could mean that the Galaxy A01 will have face unlock or an in-display fingerprint sensor, which is also unlikely considering its an entry-level smartphone.Close The listing also reveals that Galaxy A01 would come with a 3,000 mAh battery. There is no word on the fast charging support though. related news Ferrari unveils front-engined 2-door V8 coupe Roma Bajaj Chetak to drive KTM, Husqvarna electric scooters Another listing on the Geekbench website … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy A01 spotted on US FCC website
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Ravindra RaoLME Nickel prices are down more than 1.5 percent on November 11 after 3.5 percent slide last week. The metal which is the best performer in metals pack year-to-date (YTD) has declined more than 15 percent from a multi-month high of $18,850 early September.Nickel prices rallied to a multi-month high supported by a fear of a shortage in supplies from Indonesia after it had decided to bring forward a ban on exports from 2022 to 2020.Close The metal, however, has been on a downward trend since then, weighed down by worries over demand especially from top consumer China. Furthermore, a jump in stockpiles at SHFE along with signs of easing tightness in the physical market as is evident from LME Cash to three-month spread flipping to contango have further weighed on the prices.Ravindra RaoHead - Commodity Research|Kotak Securities Gold prices fail to break out of range even as the market eyes US-China trade dealAgri commodities market gives a thumbs up to India’s decision of … [Read more...] about Nickel prices sink mired by bleak macros and easing tightness
Higher food prices pushed India's retail inflation to 4.62 percent in October, breaching Reserve Bank of India's medium-term target of 4 percent, data released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on November 13 showed.Core inflation moderated to 3.3 percent from 4.2 percent in September on the back of subdued economic activity.Inflation stood at 4 percent in September 2019 and 3.4 percent in October 2018.Close Meanwhile, October WPI Inflation came in at 0.16 percent against 0.33 percent in September. related news Ideas for Profit | What makes this contract manufacturer worth a shot? In Focus with Udayan Mukherjee | Can the stock market rally despite weakening economy? Elevated retail inflation has raised concerns that the RBI may find it difficult to extend its rate reduction regime.However, most analysts and economists are of the view that the central bank will go for another rate cut in its December policy meet keeping in view the sluggish pace of the economy.India's … [Read more...] about Inflation a concern, but RBI rate cut a strong possibility, say experts
Indian equity market looks fragile at this juncture as global and domestic headwinds have eroded investors' risk appetite.At first glance, it appears that the trend of 'sell-on-rise’ is dominant as every one or two sessions of gain in the market is succeeded by a fresh wave of selling.While the worries over the US-China trade war remain, deteriorating domestic microeconomic health, plunging auto sales—a major indicator of the country's economic health—and the budget proposal of tax surcharge on super-rich have shaken India's position as an attractive market.Close "Markets mostly have been a one-way street since the presentation of Union Budget on July 5 when the government proposed to increase tax on foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) up to 42 percent," said Standard Chartered (India). related news 'India's long-term outlook is good; invest in these 5 stocks for double-digit returns' In Focus with Udayan Mukherjee | Can the stock market rally despite … [Read more...] about These 9 mid & smallcap stocks look attractive in a fragile market; do you own any?
While the market holds its breath for the government to announce stimulus measures for the economy to rekindle the risk appetite of investors, Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) Krishnamurthy Subramanian has subtly indicated the hope may be misplaced.Speaking at the Hero MindMine Summit 2019, Subramanian seemed to indirectly rule out the possibility of a major stimulus package when he said “have to be careful on the issue of a fiscal stimulus".He emphasised that the government is not expected to intervene every time when some sectors go through sunset phases.Close While acknowledging that some sectors are not faring well, he said some of the pessimism being seen is not called for, as some sectors are performing.Taking a rather academic tone, Subramanian advised the industry and the markets to look at the averages and aggregates of the economy rather than focus on anecdotal evidence."(We) believe that there is a positive structural element in the economy," he said.Talking … [Read more...] about D Street hopes dashed? CEA Subramanian rules out fiscal stimulus