Wednesday 11 May 2016

A marginal down in crude, Agri commodities boom

Crude oil live prices have declined in the Commodity market. NYMEX crude fell 0.28 percent to 46.10 dollars and Brent crude slipped to 0.34 per cent. Brent crude prices fell by 0.34 per cent, after the dollar dropped to 47.5. In the domestic Market MCX crude slipped 0.3 percent in 3070 dropped to Rs. Natural gas is trading at Rs 144, down 0.5 percent.

Gold down today....

Gold's current rally was stopped. Gold live prise has lost 0.25 percent in the global market. Comaks gold has come down to $ 1275. Although silver has been 0.25 per cent. While the domestic market is a declining trend in gold. MCX gold fell by 0.15 per cent to Rs 29890 has arrived. The move, while silver live prise is stable and is trading at Rs 41,270.

Agri commodities boom ...
Agri commodities cumin edge is visible. June futures on NCDEX Jeera rose by 0.5 percent to Rs 16855 has arrived. June futures on NCDEX Mustard's 0.5 per cent to Rs 4430.

Base metals traded mixed ...
Base metals are trading mixed. In MCX, Aluminium Rs 104 with a gain of 0.25 percent is reached. Around 1 per cent of the copper live prise and nickel rose by Rs 315 to Rs 593 with a gain of 0.5 per cent is reached.

NSE Market updates
Major losers were Bharti Airtel (2.55 pc), SBI (2.30 pc), Tata Motors (2.26 pc), Dr Reddy's (2.02 pc), BHEL (1.87 pc), ITC (1.64 pc), Lupin (1.33 pc), HDFC (1.22 pc), ONGC (1.18 pc), Bajaj Auto (1.10 pc) and Infosys (0.95 pc). 

However, Axis Bank rose by 2.16 per cent, followed by Maruti Suzuki 1.12 per cent, Asian Paints 0.97 per cent, L&T 0.41 per cent and Tata Steel 0.32 per cent. 

Among BSE sectoral and industry indices, telecom fell by 2.34 per cent, realty 0.88 per cent, power 0.75 per cent, IT 0.72 per cent and teck 0.65 per cent. 

The market breadth remained negative as 1,462 stocks ended lower, 1,097 closed higher while 160 ruled steady. The total turnover rose to Rs 2,574.47 crore from Rs 2,349.59 crore on Tuesday.

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