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NEW DELHI: Soybean prices on Friday fell by Rs 29 to Rs 7,163 per quintal in futures market as participants cut down their positions on weak spot demand. On the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange, soybean contracts for June delivery fell Rs 29, or 0.4 per cent, to Rs 7,163 per quintal with an open
NEW DELHI: Copper prices on Friday traded up by 1.31 per cent at Rs 747.75 per kg in the futures market on the back of a pick-up in the spot demand. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, copper contracts for delivery in June traded higher by Rs 9.65, or 1.31 per cent, at Rs 747.75 per
Negotiations called “intense” The talks to revive the Iran nuclear deal are resuming in Vienna on Saturday.  European leaders called the negotiations “intense” with Germany calling for rapid progress.   The talks kicked off with Iran, Russia, China, France, Britain, Germany and the EU gathered in a hotel. The US delegation is across the street as
NEW DELHI: Nickel prices were up 0.96 per cent to Rs 1,343.20 per kg in the futures trade on Friday, as speculators built up fresh positions on rising demand from alloy makers in the spot market. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, nickel contracts for the June delivery gained Rs 12.80, or 0.96 per cent, to
Swiss Franc is generally firm as weekend approaches. Even though there was no follow through buying in Euro after ECB overnight, the common currency is somewhat support mildly by the strength in the Franc. Meanwhile, Yen’s selloff faded quickly, together with the rebound attempt in treasury yields. Dollar, Canadian Dollar and New Zealand Dollar are
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NEW DELHI: Aluminium prices rose 0.87 per cent to Rs 196.95 per kg in the futures trade on Friday, as speculators built up fresh positions amid a positive trend in the spot market. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, aluminium contracts for the June delivery gained Rs 1.70, or 0.87 per cent, to Rs 196.95 per
Notable buying is seen in Dollar as markets enter into US session. There is no apparent reason for the rally, except that some traders could be adjusting positions ahead of the high profile G7 summit. Resilience in the Swiss Franc is affirm this pre-emptive risk aversion. Meanwhile, Sterling is also firm after solid GDP data.