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Barley futures trade lower on NCDEX

Barley futures traded lower on NCDEX, as speculators trimmed their bets tracking tepid demand from beer making industries.

The contract for August delivery was trading at Rs 1600.00, down by 0.59 % or Rs 9.5 from its previous closing of Rs 1609.50. The open interest of the contract stood at 1900 lots on NCDEX.

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