Saturday, 2 February 2013

NCDEX IS THE SIXTH LARGEST COMMODITY EXCHANGE IN THE WORLD

MCX SILVER TIPS, CRUDE OIL UPDATES, LEAD TIPS, MCX GOLD TIPS, OIL UPDATES, COMMODITY MARKET UPDATES,INTERNATIONAL MARKET UPDATE 

Saturday, commodity market moving constantly. It seems very unpredictable. The precious metal MCX Gold is green shaded whereas MCX Silver is red shaded. The other base metal has same condition as like as precious metals. 

 Yesterday, the Deputy Manager of NCDEX said that the Five National exchanges and twenty one regional exchanges offer a safe and standardised future trading for the traders to lower the risk. NCDEX emerged as the Sixth Largest commodity Exchange in the World. 

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) index of commodity was rose up by 2.6 percent as compared to December month. The main contributor rise January was iron ore, base metals and rural commodities. 

The Oil India ltd through the offer of Sale (OFS) got a hugh success as it up. The company total received bids for 15.41 crore shares. The Government has fixed floor price of shares at Rs 510. 

Yesterday, the deal was made between the ICE Intercontinental Exchange and Liffe Exchange. They make up together. ICE was established in 2000 which generally work over the soft products and energy products. 

SELL Gold at 29973.00 TARGET 29923, 29873………… 

SELL Silver at 58422.00 TARGET 58322, 58222………... 

SELL Copper at 443.80 TARGET 428.8………. 

SELL Lead at 130.95 TARGET 129.45…………

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