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16-May2011

Pepper Commodities Decrease On Gain Taking

Pepper commodities are dealing minimal on Monday because of earnings booking, the costs increased in a week ago on solid requirement among tight supply in the worldwide markets and local markets, offering chance of profit acquiring at greater levels.

The deal for May supply was dealing at Rs 30325.00, lower by 0.35% or Rs 105.00 from their earlier ending of Rs 30430.00. The available awareness of settlement was standing at 6335 lots.

The settlement for June supply was exchanging at Rs 30180.00, out by 0.65% or Rs 198.00 from their past finishing of Rs 30378.00. The available interest of the settlement was standing at 14614 tons on NCDEX.

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