Metals' loss is infrastructure and capital goods companies' gain

Interest rate hikes, however, remain a pet peeve

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In India, the impact of a global correction in metal prices is beginning to show, with the BSE Metal Index, for instance, falling as much as 6 per cent in five days. Photo: Bloomberg

A decline in global prices of metals - both ferrous and non-ferrous - has brought firms in user industries, such as capital goods and infrastructure (infra), some respite. These companies

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First Published: Jun 21 2022 | 10:15 PM IST

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