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12-Mar2019

Cardamom futures trade higher as demand rises

Cardamom futures trade higher on MCX, due to widening of portfolios at current lower rates. Moreover, rise in demand from physical domestic and export markets fuelled uptrend.

The contract for March delivery was trading at Rs 1560.00, down by 0.22% or Rs 3.50 from its previous closing of Rs 1556.50. The open interest of the contract stood at 7 lots on MCX.


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