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18-Mar2019

Physical rubber prices ruled steady on Saturday

Physical Rubber prices ruled steady on Saturday, due to ongoing supply crunch in the domestic market. Spot prices for RSS-4 and RSS-5 variety remained unchanged at Rs 128/ kg and Rs 124.50 /kg respectively.

In the futures market, April delivery added to Rs 131.96 compared to its previous closing of Rs 131.81, while May delivery was at Rs 134.75 compared to its previous close of Rs 134.04 on the Indian Commodity Exchange Limited (ICEX).


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