Copper

Symbol: COPPER| Contract: Feb, 2015| Category: Metal

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Copper
27-02-2015
369.35 5.90 1.62%
Day's Open364.90
High 371.70
Low 364.55
Prev. Close 363.45
Volume Traded 40,144
Value Traded (in ₹) 1,48,27,186.40
Open Interest (OI) 9,549
Change in OI 140(1.49%)
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India Overtook US as Buyer of Chilean Copper in 2014

India Overtook US as Buyer of Chilean Copper in 2014

By NDTV on 07 Feb 2015 | 05:25 PM

The world's top producer, Chile exported a seven-year high of 5.66 million tonnes of the base metal, used in construction, last year. Total production was 5.78 million tonnes, Cochilco said last week.

FY16 Divestment Target to be Around Rs 43,000 Crore: Report

FY16 Divestment Target to be Around Rs 43,000 Crore: Report

By NDTV on 05 Feb 2015 | 02:52 PM

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, in the Budget for 2015-16, is likely to target around Rs 43,000 crore from disinvestment proceeds, almost the same level that the government expects to realise from stake sale in public sector undertakings or PSUs this ...

After Oil, Brace Now for Crash in Metal Prices: Analyst

After Oil, Brace Now for Crash in Metal Prices: Analyst

By NDTV on 14 Jan 2015 | 05:01 PM

In more bad news for commodity investors, analysts are now forecasting a "crash" in metal prices. The grim prediction followed a plunge in prices of copper - a metal seen as a barometer of global growth.

Copper Cracks Under Pressure, Euro on Defensive

Copper Cracks Under Pressure, Euro on Defensive

By NDTV on 14 Jan 2015 | 08:11 AM

Concerns about the global economy battered commodities and kept Asian equities subdued on Wednesday, while the euro was pinned near nine-year lows as investors bet the European Central Bank was just a week away from launching a new stimulus campaign.

Buying Iron Ore for First Time in History, Says Tata Steel

Buying Iron Ore for First Time in History, Says Tata Steel

By NDTV on 07 Dec 2014 | 05:18 PM

Facing iron ore crunch for the first time in over 100 years of its history, Tata Steel is now operating its 9.7 million tonnes per annum facility in Jamshedpur with raw material bought from domestic sources besides imports.

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COPPER 27-02-2015 1.62%
COPPERMINI 27-02-2015 1.58%
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SILVERMICRO 27-02-2015 0.55%

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