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China's precious metals and the Brazilian utilities sectors stood out in the past week.
Cramer debunks the arguments of the perma-bears who have been skeptical of the gold rally.
Tomorrow is the first day of the new quarter so we could see early lows followed by strong recoveries.
Platinum and palladium metal prices could continue to increase on supply constraints and on increasing auto sales in China and India.
Craft Brewers Alliance shares hits a fresh 52-week high Wednesday even as the major indexes tumble 3%.
Tata Motors swung to a net profit in the latest quarter, driven by robust Jaguar Land Rover numbers.
PepsiCo, in partnership with the Tata Group, plans to launch bottled water priced at 40 cents a gallon in India.
Automakers are launching a spree of compact cars, as they are leveraging the huge opportunity available in the Indian economy posed by increasing demand.
Emerging markets are on a roll as compared to developed economies; India is to shine with robust foreign investments by 2012.
Capitalizing on demand, General Motors, Ford, and Toyota plan to begin raising car prices in India next week.
The Ford Fiesta is just the start of a subcompact wave as Fiat, Tata Motors and even Mercedes make big plans for their tiny cars.
Attractive valuations and recent selloffs could offer higher returns for emerging markets during the second half of 2010.
BP's oil spill reminds us of the strides in bulbs, batteries and geothermal energy.
Global vehicle sales are up for India's largest auto maker, driven by Jaguar Land Rover brands.
Expect HDFC Bank, Icici Bank and Tata Motors to outperform other ADRs and their domestically listed sector peers.
Auto-supplier Autoliv has agreed to buy Delphi's European pyrotechnic safety switch assets, which are anticipated to generate annual sales of $10 million in 2010.
Based on Morningstar's estimated price of around $8,000 to $10,000, Tata Motors' proposed electric car would be the choice of electric car buyers, according to a poll by TheStreet.
One of the more intriguing exhibits at the 80th Geneva auto show was the electric version of the famously inexpensive Tata Nano. Could it be the spark the electric car has been waiting for?
Daimler is selling its entire stake in Tata Motors to raise up to $429 million.
Tata Motors American Depository receipts surged 3.7% to $18.40 after the Indian automaker unveiled the electric version of its Nano "people's car."
Tata Motors is planning to sell off a stake in its financing unit as a means to repay debts while eyeing a lucrative defense contract.
Tata Motors has unleashed impressive January sales results, and the market is rewarding the maker of the "people's" Nano car in kind.
Tata Motors announces that the worlds' cheapest car could come to the U.S. market in three years.
General Motors and China's SAIC plan to make and sell cars in India. GM also turned over control of a joint venture to its Chinese partner.
Ford receives a ratings upgrade reflecting its efficient cost-reduction program. The stock, in response, continues its month-long drive upward.
Pfizer, Staples, OmniVision, Guess, Tata Motors are among big market movers Tuesday
Tata sales and profits are up, boosting confidence among investors.
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