Hansol HomeDeco Co Ltd (025750) Decline -0.68% on Nov 21

Hansol HomeDeco Co Ltd (025750) Decline -0.68% on Nov 21

Shares of Hansol HomeDeco Co Ltd (KRX:025750) last traded at 1455, representing a move of -0.68%, or -10 per share, on volume of 121,304 shares. After opening the trading day at 1455, shares of Hansol┬áHomeDeco Co Ltd traded in a close range. Hansol HomeDeco Co Ltd currently has a total float of 80.57 million shares and on average sees 257,471 shares exchange hands each day. The stock now has a 52-week low of 1335 and high of 1765. KOSPI: Building Up South Korean Economy One of the fastest growing economies…

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Delhi smog thickens, 2nd worst in 10 years for Nov

Delhi smog thickens, 2nd worst in 10 years for Nov

Delhi smog thickens, 2nd worst in 10 years for Nov (Photo credit: AFP) The toxic smog choking the capital for the past four days worsened early Thursday morning, with visibility reducing to the second lowest recorded in at least 10 years for November and one monitoring agency showing that the city’s air quality index had again gone off the scale at 500+, a level it had reached a day after Diwali. While calls by experts for emergency measures went unheeded by the government, several schools suspended outdoor activities and urged…

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Don’t expect relief from smog before Nov 7

Don’t expect relief from smog before Nov 7

Don’t expect relief from smog before Nov 7 Delhi airport sources said that Wednesday witnessed the worst smog episode in the past few years. Before this, November 2012 saw similar conditions. According to the sources, during the day , when smog or fog usually shows improvement, general visibility at the IGI Airport was in the range of 300-500m, on a par with the dense fog days of December and January . By 9pm, the visibility had dropped to 250m. While the Met department has predicted a slight improvement in smog…

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Delhi chokes on worst Nov smog in many years

Delhi chokes on worst Nov smog in many years

Delhi chokes on worst Nov smog in many years Delhiites woke up to apocalyptic grey skies as a heavy smog hung over the city on Wednesday , reducing visibility to its lowest for the month of November in many years. The air quality was so poor that it was comparable to the post-Diwali spike in pollution. The air quality index for 4pm on November 2 was 432, in the “severe” category , while the index on October 31 (post Diwali) was 445. The Met office said visibility at the IGI…

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