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MAIZE
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MCX FUTURE MCX SPOT
Symbol Expiry Date Symbol    
NCDX FUTURE NCDX SPOT
Symbol Expiry Date Symbol
MAIZEKHRF 20-10-2014 MAIZE    
MAIZEKHRF 20-11-2014 MAIZEDEL    
MAIZERABI 20-08-2014 MAIZEDNG    
MAIZERABI 19-09-2014 MAIZEKHRF    

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Crude palm oil up 0.2% on spot demand

Oil for delivery in July moved up marginally by 0.14%

Lead up 0.3% on spot demand

Metal for delivery in August gained 0.07%

Copper down 0.1% on global cues, weak demand

Metal for delivery in far-month November traded lower by 0.08%

Cardamom up 1% on spot demand

Traders enlarge commitments as tight stocks following lower arrivals from growing regions fuel uptrend

Nickel sheds 0.25% on subdued demand

Lower offtake from alloy makers drives prices down, but gains in London cap losses

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