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Friday, May 6, 2016

Mcx Commodity Trading usefully links for Trade in mcx gold mcx silver etc...

Commodity Mcx live price update.

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Metal Lme Inventory update. Latest LME  inventories Updates For Base metal  Aluminium LME Copper LME Nickel LME  lead LME And also Zinc LME Update for Trading in Base metal intraday.

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Today Daily Mcx Supports and intraday level.
Commodity trends of major commodities are updated daily for Intraday,Short term,Medium term and Long term.Investor/trader can click on respective commodity to get the trend.Rate and analysis are based on MCX exchange.

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Friday, April 1, 2016

Today LME Inventory Date : 01-04-2016 Friday :

Today LME Inventory Date : 01-04-2016 Friday :

Metal
Aluminium -8,950  Copper  -1,350  Lead  -50  Nickel  +150 Tin   +10  
Zinc  -525 

Lme inventory latest update : http://mcxstar.com

Friday, March 11, 2016

Today MCX LME Inventory Data & Reports

Today MCX LME Inventory Data & Reports

The following are the latest stock position of base metals (in metric tonnes) at the registered warehouses of the London Metal Exchange (LME) released today as compared with earlier session.

Aluminium +11,875  , Copper  -2600,  Nickel  -1944,  Lead 0   Tin +135  Zinc -2000 

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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Mcx Crudeoil Latest News and latest update



   Oil under pressure as Iran orders sharp rise in crude output Oil prices had briefly stabilized in the previous session, but only after hitting the lowest since 2003 as western sanctions against Iran were lifted, allowing the country with the world's fourth-largest oil and gas reserves to return in full to the market. Oil futures remained under pressure in early trading on Tuesday, following a slide that has seen prices fall by more than a quarter since the beginning of the year, as the full return of Iran to oil markets adds to an already huge supply overhang. Oil prices had briefly stabilized in the previous session, but only after hitting the lowest since 2003 as western sanctions against Iran were lifted, allowing the country with the world's fourth-largest oil and gas reserves to return in full to the 


market. Prices came under pressure on Tuesday morning as Iran ordered a sharp increase in oil output to take immediate advantage of the lifting of sanctions. "It is clear that investor sentiment is driving oil prices... Bearish bets are at their highest level since 1983, indicating heightened concerns around Iran oil flooding the market," ANZ bank said on Tuesday. Sanctions had cut Iran's oil exports by about 2 million bpd since their pre-sanctions 2011 peak, to little more than 1 million bpd. With the prospect of a lifting of sanctions becoming increasingly clear since the beginning of the year, a price rout that started in mid-2014 accelerated, pulling crude down over 70 percent in 18 months. US crude futures CLc1 were trading at USD 29.00 a barrel by 0105 GMT, down 42 cents from their last settlement. Front-month Brent crude futures LCOc1, though up a notch just after opening Tuesday's trade, remained below USD 29 per barrel at USD 28.69 per barrel. "The run up to this weekend's announcement has likely contributed to the recent decline in oil prices," Goldman Sachs said. "We have been assuming that production will rise by 285,000 barrels per day year-on-year in 2016," it added. Most traders expect………….