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31-Aug2018

Physical rubber prices ruled steady on Thursday

Physical Rubber prices ruled steady on Thursday. Spot prices for RSS-4 and RSS-5 variety closed unchanged at Rs 134.50/ kg and Rs 132.50/ kg respectively.

In the futures market, September delivery rose to Rs 134.71 compared to its previous close of Rs 134 on the National Multi Commodity Exchange (NMCE).


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