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Silver futures tad higher on global cues

Meanwhile, silver climbed 0.8% to $27.37 an ounce in London

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prices edged higher by Rs 43 to Rs 53,060 per kg in trading today mostly in line with a firming trend overseas.

At the Multi Commodity Exchange, silver for delivery in September rose by Rs 43, or 0.08%, to Rs 53,060 per kg in business turnover of 11,980 lots.

The December contract gained Rs 30, or 0.05% to Rs 54,731 per kg in 436 lots.

Market analysts attributed the rise in silver futures to a firm global trend.

Meanwhile, silver climbed 0.8% to $27.37 an ounce in London.

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Silver futures tad higher on global cues

Meanwhile, silver climbed 0.8% to $27.37 an ounce in London

Silver prices edged higher by Rs 43 to Rs 53,060 per kg in futures trading today mostly in line with a firming trend overseas.

prices edged higher by Rs 43 to Rs 53,060 per kg in trading today mostly in line with a firming trend overseas.

At the Multi Commodity Exchange, silver for delivery in September rose by Rs 43, or 0.08%, to Rs 53,060 per kg in business turnover of 11,980 lots.

The December contract gained Rs 30, or 0.05% to Rs 54,731 per kg in 436 lots.

Market analysts attributed the rise in silver futures to a firm global trend.

Meanwhile, silver climbed 0.8% to $27.37 an ounce in London.

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