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COMMODITY SUMMARY 04.02.

15
MCX MARGIN
Commodity

Margin
%

Expiry

Market Highlight
Lot
Value(Rs)

Approx
Margin
(Rs)

GOLD
GOLDM
SILVER

05-Feb-15
05-Feb-15
05-Mar-15

25.00%
25.00%
7.21%

27,49,800
2,76,870
11,42,730

6,87,450
69,218
82,391

SILVERM
COPPER
NICKEL
LEAD
ZINC
ALUMINIUM
NATURALGAS
CRUDEOIL
MENTHAOIL
CPO
CARDAMOM
COTTON

27-Feb-15
27-Feb-15
27-Feb-15
27-Feb-15
27-Feb-15
27-Feb-15
24-Feb-15
19-Feb-15
27-Feb-15
27-Feb-15
13-Feb-15
27-Feb-15

7.23%
6.44%
6.75%
5.45%
5.00%
5.00%
13.28%
10.70%
5.00%
5.00%
7.52%
5.00%

1,90,530
3,53,100
2,37,125
5,72,000
6,67,000
5,81,000
2,14,500
3,22,600
2,72,556
4,46,400
1,06,960
3,74,000

13,775
22,740
16,006
31,174
33,350
29,050
28,486
34,518
13,628
22,320
8,043
18,700

SUPPORT AND RESISTANT LEVEL


S2

S1

PP

R1

R2

GOLD

27087

27292

27656

27861

28225

GOLD MINI

27310

27498

27789

27977

28268

SILVER

36968

37529

38265

38826

39562

SILVER MINI

36945

37526

38280

38861

39615

COPPER

338.7

345.9

350.2

357.4

361.6

NICKEL

936.83

942.7

950.8

956.7

964.8

LEAD

113.3

113.8

114.8

115.3

116.3

ZINC

131.0

132.20

133.0

134.2

135.0

ALUMINIUM

114.6

115.40

116.1

116.9

117.5

N. GAS

162.2

166.9

169.5

174.2

176.8

CRUDE OIL

3009

3117

3177

3285

3345

MENTHAOIL

749.6

753.3

759.1

762.8

768.6

CPO

438.1

442.2

444.8

448.9

451.5

1040.8

1055.2

1077.6

1092.0

1114.4

14573.3

14766.7

14873.3

15066.7

15173.3

COMMODITY

CARDAMOM
COTTON

U.S. crude supplies had registered another


heavy build last week; investors were
growing more confident that oil prices have
hit a bottom after a seven-month rout.
Traders said oil bulls were encouraged by
BP's plan to cut capital expenditure by 13
percent to $20 billion in 2015, which came
after reductions announced by other major
energy companies. Benchmark Brent crude
oil was up $3.77 at $58.52 a barrel by 2:02
p.m. ET (1902 GMT). U.S. crude or WTI,
rose $4.30 to $53.87.

U.S. natural gas prices declined for the


fifth consecutive session on Tuesday to
trade near the lowest level in 28 months, as
forecasts for mid-February showed weather
is expected to be warmer than previously
predicted. On the New York Mercantile
Exchange, natural gas for delivery in March
fell by as much as 6.6 cents, or 2.47%, to hit
a session low of $2.651 per million British
thermal units, before trading at $2.672
during U.S. morning hours, down 0.9 cents,
or 0.32.

Gold prices gained in Asia on Wednesday


as investors focused on Chinese New Year
demand and continued a buying trend seen
overnight
in
the
U.S.
On the Comex division of the New York
Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for April
delivery rose 0.13% to trade at $1,261.90 a
troy ounce.

Silver futures for March delivery fell 0.02%


to trade at $17.318 a troy ounce.
Elsewhere in metals trading, copper for
March delivery gained 0.30% to trade at
$2.586
a
pound.

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