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13-May2013

Pepper futures rules flat on NCDEX

Pepper futures rules flat on NCDEX as a result of limited activity in the midst of supply and reports of firmer overseas market. On international front, better crop expectations from Indonesia and Sri Lanka and better crop and stock levels in Vietnam have also kept the rates from rising significantly in the short term.

The contract for May delivery was trading flat at its previous close of Rs 36,390.00. The open interest of the contract stood at 36390.00 lots.


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