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Gold demand muted in India ahead of festivals
The fall in prices to their lowest in more than a month failed to lift demand because of Shradh period.
Gold eyes weekly gain on Middle East tensions; palladium hits record
US gold futures were up 0.3 per cent at $1,510.80.
Gold falls by Rs 170 as rupee rallies on FM's announcements
Gold had closed at Rs 38,560 per 10 gram on Thursday.
Agri Commodities: Guar seed, coriander, soya oil futures fall on weak demand
Cottonseed oil cake prices fell by Rs 20.5 to Rs 3,562 per quintal in futures trade on Friday
Crude oil futures fall on low demand
Crude oil for delivery in October was trading lower by Rs 2 at Rs 4,174 per barrel.
Precious Metals: Gold, silver futures dip on muted demand
Globally, the silver prices were trading higher by 0.31 per cent at $17.94 per ounce in New York.
Base Metals: Zinc, nickel, lead futures fall on weak global cues
Nickel futures declined by 70 paise at Rs 1,248.90 per kg on Friday.
Gold Rate Today: Gold, silver trade flat on lack of directional cues
In the international market, however, gold prices inched higher on a softer dollar.
Gold edges higher on soft dollar, heads for first weekly gain in four
US gold futures were up 0.2 per cent at $1,509.2 per ounce.
Oil prices march to biggest weekly gain in months as MidEast tensions dominate
US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up 66 cents to $58.79 a barrel.
Oil prices rise as Saudi supply risks come into focus
Brent crude futures gained $1.78 to $65.38 a barrel by 1219 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude was up $1.28 at $59.39 a barrel.
Gold back above $1,500 on growth woes, Middle East tensions post-Fed
Spot gold was up 0.6% at $1,502.53 per ounce as of 1204 GMT, after falling on Wednesday to $1,484.16, a one-week low.
Gold prices fall Rs 270 on stronger rupee, weak sentiment
On Wednesday, gold had closed at Rs 38,724 per 10 gram.
India's zinc per capita consumption far behind world average
Zinc is the fourth-most used metal worldwide, behind iron, aluminium, and copper.
Good rains, higher acreage may stabilise chilli prices
The first chilli crop of the new season is due next month from Madhya Pradesh.
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