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Potato down on profit-bookings

Less demand also influenced the price

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futures declined by Rs 2.80 to Rs 718.10 per quintal today.

At the Multi Commodity Exchange, the April contract dipped by Rs 2.80, or 0.39% to Rs 718.10 per quintal in 3 lots.

The March contract also traded lower by 20 paise, or 0.03% to Rs 763.10 per quintal in 46 lots.

Analysts said profit-booking by participants and fall in spot market demand kept pressure on potato futures.

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