|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.