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Keeping summer holidays in mind IndiGo offers sale starting at Rs 999

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New Delhi: Low cost airlines IndiGo on Tuesday announced a three-day summer sale till May 16 across its network that connects 53 domestic and 17 international destinations.

 

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Passengers can avail the all-inclusive fares starting at Rs 999 for travel between May 29-September 28 on domestic and international routes, the airline said in a statement.

 

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The routes include Delhi-Ahmedabad, Mumbai-Hyderabad, Hyderabad-Dubai, Chennai-Kuwait, Delhi-Kuala Lumpur and Bengaluru-Male among many others, it added.

 

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“With the onset of summer holidays, we are excited to announce this three-day special sale effective (from) today till May 16, 2019,” IndiGo chief commercial officer William Boulter said. “To make holiday season more special, IndiGo is offering attractive discounts up to 30 per cent on pre-paid excess baggage and pre-paid express check-in service.”

 

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The no-frills airline has around 44 per cent domestic passenger market share, according to the DGCA data.

 

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Down Rs 7000 from record highs,Gold prices fall again ; Silver tumbled 1%.

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Gold and silver prices continued to be under pressure in Indian markets today. On MCX, gold futures fell 0.4% to 49,460 per 10 gram, extending last week’s sharp fall, while silver tumbled 1% to 58,473 per kg. Last week, gold prices in India had tumbled 2,000 per 10 gram in India while silver plunged 9,000 per kg. As compared to is August 7th highs of 56,200, gold is down about 7,000 per 10 gram.

In recent days, gold has been under pressure amid a resurgent US dollar, which is being seen as the preferred safe haven asset amid renewed risk aversion in global financial markets. Global risk sentiment has weakened as rising virus cases especially in Europe have rekindled worries about fresh lockdowns though counties have not yet resorted to large-scale lockdowns.

In global markets, gold prices were steady after last week’s battering. Spot gold was little changed at $1,860.19 per ounce as the US dollar rally took a pause. The dollar index was down 0.14% against rivals, after hitting a two-month high last week. A softer dollar makes bullion cheaper for holders of other currencies.

Gold traders moved to the sidelines ahead of Tuesday’s the first US presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic opponent Joe Biden.

Asian stock markets were mostly higher today after data over the weekend showed profits at industrial companies in China grew for a fourth consecutive month in August.

Gold investors also looked for any signs of breakthrough in talks for further stimulus in the US. Over the weekend, US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said a deal could be reached with the White House on a coronavirus relief package and that talks were continuing.

Despite the recent price drop, ETF investors remained on the sidelines. Holdings in SPDR Gold Trust, the world’s largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, fell 0.02% to 1,266.84 tones on Friday.

In India, the drop in gold pries triggered some uptick in retail demand last week, dealers said. (With Agency Inputs)

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