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Chana Commodity Deal Higher

Chana commodity are trading slightly better as it observed a number of help at low levels and dealers waited for need to increase from these types of reduced rates. Arrivals stayed average in the mandis though, the dealers expect that arrivals might drop in upcoming weeks and so the rates will switch high.

The deal for May supply was currency trading at Rs 2331.00, upward 0.17% or Rs 4.00 from their last ending of Rs 2327.00. The start interest of deal was standing at 142850 lots.

The deal for June supply was dealing at Rs 2409.00, upward 0.21% or Rs 5.00 from past ending of Rs 2404.00. The open up interest of deal was standing at 125910 lots on NCDEX.

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