Arup Dey traveled more than 800 miles to Kolkata, stood in line from 4 a.m. for a ticket and watched his cricket idol Sachin Tendulkar lose his wicket early in the second-last match of his record 24-year career.
Oil rallied amid a drop in Libyan output and bets that central banks in America and Japan will maintain monetary stimulus. The yen weakened and European stocks fell while U.S. shares and Treasuries were little changed.
Brent crude rose the most in two weeks as Libyan output fell, widening the premium to West Texas Intermediate. Futures also gained on speculation that the U.S. Federal Reserve will maintain the pace of stimulus.
The smart water-management market that includes meters, network monitoring and water-efficiency software is expected to more than double in five years to $12 billion from $5.4 billion, according to a study.
Amara Raja Batteries Ltd., backed by the largest U.S. auto-parts maker, is setting up a plant to make batteries for home backup power systems to revive profit growth that’s slowing amid weakening car sales in India.