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Lead Futures Dip On Sluggish Demand

Lead futures were trading lower during the afternoon trade in the domestic market on Friday as participants reduced their exposure amid subdued demand from consuming industries in the spot market. Marketmen said the weakness in lead futures was due to a sluggish demand from battery-makers at the domestic markets.
At the MCX, lead futures for September 2017 contract is trading at Rs 156.30 per kg, down by 2.40 per cent, after opening at Rs 158.40, against a previous close of Rs 160.15. It touched the intra-day low of Rs 156.25 (at 12:06 hours).
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Copper Futures Decline On Muted Demand

Copper futures were trading lower during the noon trade in the domestic market on Friday as speculators trimmed positions, tracking a weak trend overseas and muted spot demand. Analysts attributed the fall in copper futures to weak trend at the London Metal Exchange (LME) where copper and other base metals weakened.
At the MCX, copper futures for November 2017 contract was trading at Rs 417.95 per kg, down by 1.14 per cent, after opening at Rs 420.55, against a previous close of Rs 422.75. It touched the intra-day low of Rs 417.30 (at 12:10 hours).
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Zinc Futures Dip On Dubdued Demand

Zinc futures were trading lower during the afternoon trade in the domestic market on Friday as speculators trimmed positions amid easing demand in the spot market. Analysts said offloading of positions by participants on the back of tepid demand in the spot markets, mainly led to decline in zinc prices at futures trade.
At the MCX, zinc futures for September 2017 contract was trading at Rs 197.10 per kg, down by 0.50 per cent, after opening at Rs 197.45, against a previous close of Rs 198.10. It touched the intra-day low of Rs 195.90. (at 14:05 hours).
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Gold Futures Climb On Global Cues

Gold futures were up in the noon trade in the domestic market on Friday as speculators created positions amid positive cues from the global market. According to analysts, a firming trend overseas where gold rebounded from a four-week low as the latest twist in tensions between the US and North Korea prompted investors to seek out the safe-haven asset, influenced the precious metal in futures trade here.
US President Donald Trump yesterday said that he was putting more sanctions on North Korea, the country which has been carrying ballistic missile and nuclear tests in violation of the UN Security Council resolutions.
At the MCX, gold futures for October 2017 contract is trading at Rs 29621 per 10 grams, up by 0.19 per cent, after opening at Rs 29650 against a previous close of Rs 29564. It touched the intra-day high of Rs 29746.
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Nickel Futures Dip On Muted Spot Demand

Nickel futures were trading lower during the afternoon trade in the domestic market on Friday tracking a weak trend in base metals at the London Metal Exchange (LME) amid muted demand at the domestic spot markets. Market analysts said the fall in nickel prices was mostly in tune with a weak trend in the base metals pack at the LME.
Besides, muted demand from alloy-makers at the domestic spot markets weighed on metal prices in futures trade. At the MCX, nickel futures for September 2017 contract is trading at Rs 683.40 per kg, down by 1.58 per cent, after opening at Rs 690, against a previous close of Rs 694.40. It touched the intra-day low of Rs 678.60. (at 13:05 hours).
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Copper Futures Surge 0.58% On Pick Up In Demand, Global Cues

Copper futures were trading higher during the noon trade in the domestic market on Wednesday driven by positive cues from global market and pick up in spot demand. Marketmen attributed the rise in copper futures to a firming trend in base metals at the London Metal Exchange (LME) and rising demand from consuming industries at domestic spot markets supported the upside.
At the MCX, copper futures for November 2017 contract was trading at Rs 426.30 per kg, up by 0.58 per cent, after opening at Rs 424.55, against a previous close of Rs 423.85. It touched the intra-day high of Rs 427.40 (at 13:30 hours).
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Zinc futures up on surging demand

Zinc futures were trading higher during the afternoon trade in the domestic market on Wednesday as speculators created fresh positions on pick-up in demand from consuming industries at the spot markets.
Market analysts attributed the rise in zinc futures to fresh bets created by participants on the back of rising demand at the domestic spot market.
At the MCX, zinc futures for September 2017 contract was trading at Rs 201.75 per kg, up by 0.52 per cent, after opening at Rs 200.20, against a previous close of Rs 200.70. It touched the intra-day high of Rs 202.40 (at 14:06 hours).
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