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ALUMINI  1 KGS MUMBAI 134.60  ALUMINIUM  1 KGS MUMBAI 134.60  CARDAMOM  1 KGS VANDANMEDU 1,542.00  CHANA  100 KGS DELHI 4,300.00  COPPER  1 KGS MUMBAI 454.45  COPPERM  1 KGS MUMBAI 454.45  COTTON  1 BALES RAJKOT 20,370.00  CPO  10 KGS KANDLA 562.00  CRUDEOIL  1 BBL MUMBAI 4,053.00  CRUDEOILM  1 BBL MUMBAI 4,053.00  GOLD  10 GRMS AHMEDABAD 33,252.00  GOLDGUINEA  8 GRMS AHMEDABAD 26,709.00  GUARGUM  100 KGS JODHPUR 8,873.00  GUARSEED  100 KGS JODHPUR 4,225.00  JUTE  100 KGS KOLKATA 4,812.00  LEAD  1 KGS MUMBAI 145.45  LEADMINI  1 KGS MUMBAI 146.60  MENTHAOIL  1 KGS CHANDAUSI 1,722.50  NATURALGAS  1 mmBtu HAZIRA 191.90  NICKEL  1 KGS MUMBAI 920.70  NICKELM  1 KGS MUMBAI 920.70  REFSOYOIL  10 KGS INDORE 814.30  SALMONDDEL  1 KGS DELHI 580.25  SBPPRKCH  100 KGS KOCHI 36,250.00  SBRASPHJAM  1 KGS JAMNAGAR 353.25  SCSTRSDDIS  100 KGS DEESA 5,254.00  SILVER  1 KGS AHMEDABAD 40,121.00  SILVERMIC  1 KGS AHMEDABAD 40,121.00  SRBBRKCH  KGS   12,533.00  SRBDKND  10 KGS KANDLA 636.90  SUGARMDEL  100 KGS DELHI 3,450.00  SUGARMKOL  100 KGS KOLHAPUR 3,308.00  SUGARSKLP  100 KGS KOLHAPUR 3,275.00  TIN  1 KGS MUMBAI 1,541.75  WHEAT  100 KGS DELHI 2,100.00  ZINC  1 KGS MUMBAI 193.55  ZINCMINI  1 KGS MUMBAI 193.55  
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Energy Preview: Crude Tests Two Week Low, MCX Futures Tumble
(09:55, 12 Oct 2018)
WTI Crude oil futures tested a two week low yesterday amid sliding equities and profit selling pressure triggered by the US oil inventories data. The commodity recovered though and currently trades at $71.33 per barrel, up 0.51% on the day. MCX Crude ended at Rs 5252 per barrel in last session, down 3.70% on the day. Some bargain buying is seen emerging in the commodity after recent losses though the undertone in equities would matter a lot. The US Energy Information Administration or the EIA reported a build in commercial crude oil inventories of around 6 million. US crude oil imports averaged 7.4 million barrels per day last week, down by 568,000 barrels per day from the previous week, the EIA said. EIA said refineries last week operated at 88.8 percent of capacity, processing 16.2 million bpd of crude and producing 9.7 million bpd of gasoline and 5 million bpd of distillate. Gasoline inventories last week added 1 million barrels, compared with a 500,000-bpd fall a week earlier. Distillate inventories declined by 2.7 million barrels, after a 1.8-million-barrel draw a week earlier.

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