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  • ALUMINI 121.90(0.37)
  • ALUMINIUM 121.90(0.37)
  • CARDAMOM 918.00(-0.6)
  • COPPER 436.75(0.15)
  • COPPERM 436.75(0.15)
  • COTTON 17470.00(0.4)
  • CPO 519.60(0.66)
  • CRUDEOIL 5995.00(-0.18)
  • GOLD 27841.00(0.08)
  • GOLDGUINEA 22661.00(-0.07)
  • GOLDM 27819.00(0.11)
  • GOLDPETAL 2837.00(0.14)
  • GOLDPTLDEL 2916.00(-0.85)
  • KAPAS 968.00(2.98)
  • KAPASKHALI 1800.00(2.74)
  • LEAD 135.50(0.15)
  • LEADMINI 135.55(0.15)
  • MENTHAOIL 707.50(0.28)
  • NATURALGAS 234.70(-1.22)
  • NICKEL 1136.80(0.75)
  • NICKELM 1136.70(0.75)
  • POTATO 1485.00(-3)
  • SILVER 44439.00(0.09)
  • SILVER1000 45000.00(0.75)
  • SILVERM 44460.00(0.08)
  • SILVERMIC 44467.00(0.1)
  • ZINC 143.80(-0.1)
  • ZINCMINI 143.85(-0.07)
  • BSE 25768.63(-126.34)
  • NSE 7693.30(-28.00)
  • GOLD (MCX 10 GRMS) 27841.00(23.00)
  • SILVER (MCX 1 KGS) 44439.00(40.00)
  • CRUDE OIL(RS/BBL) 5995.00(-11.00)
  • (Rs/$) 60.56(0.5)
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