Reliance Industries in focus as benchmark refining margin inches up

Morgan Stanley said RIL's margins would be 50 per cent above its last peak season in mid-2008

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A benchmark of profitability for crude refiners has increased steadily in the past few weeks, bringing companies like Reliance Industries (RIL) into the spotlight.

The Singapore-Dubai Hydrocracking Refining Margin has

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First Published: Jun 16 2022 | 9:12 PM IST

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