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09-May2018

Physical rubber prices ruled steady on Tuesday

Physical rubber prices ruled steady on Tuesday. Spot prices for RSS-4 and RSS-5 variety closed unchanged at Rs 121/ kg and Rs 119/ kg respectively.

In the futures market, May delivery fell to Rs 121.65 compared to its previous closing of Rs 121.93, while June delivery closed at Rs 125.79 compared to its previous close of Rs 126.66 on the National Multi Commodity Exchange (NMCE).


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