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Chana Commodities Higher On Friday

Chana commodities have shifted better on the low arrivals in mandis, there are goals of a lot more rescue from all of these decreased levels in upcoming weeks on predicted increase in local need amongst slipping arrivals.

The settlement regarding May supply was buying and selling at Rs 2368.00, increase by 0.98% or Rs 23.00 from their earlier ending of Rs 2345.00. The available interest of settlement was standing at 73810 lots.

The settlement for June shipping was exchanging at Rs 2440.00, increase by 0.99% or Rs 24.00 from their past ending of Rs 2416.00. The open interest of deal was standing at 159170 lots on NCDEX.

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