Jeera Gains Despite Limited Global Supply and Strong Domestic And Export Demand

Due to strong local and export demand as well as limited worldwide supply, jeera prices rose by 2.13% yesterday to close at 27,515. Notwithstanding these positive indicators, forecasts of increased output in the current season limited the upside potential and might put pressure on pricing moving forward. Farmers holding back supplies in anticipation of stronger…

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Natural Gas Dropped on Profit Booking Despite Rising Prices Despite Daily Output Decline

A fall in daily output and predictions of hotter-than-normal weather in late June caused natural gas prices to drop 1.62%, ultimately ending at 242.5. This decline was caused by profit bookings following previous increases. One factor influencing the market dynamics was the recovery of gas flow to LNG export facilities, especially after the reopening of…

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Aluminium Slid Due To A Stronger Dollar Despite Stronger-Than-Anticipated US Job Data

Due to yesterday’s higher dollar, better-than-expected US job data, and inconsistent trade data from China, the country’s top metals consumer, aluminium slid 2.5% to 235.6. The US economy produced significantly more jobs last month than anticipated, according to data, which raised the dollar and suggested that the Federal Reserve would postpone starting its easing cycle…

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Aluminium Prices Rise Amid Hopes That A Central Bank Rate Cut Would Promote Economic Growth

Aluminum prices increased by 1.07% to reach 241.65 as a result of increased confidence over prospective rate cuts by central banks and their expected benefits for economic expansion. Gains were restrained, nevertheless, by worries about the market’s weak demand. An important intermediate component in the manufacturing of aluminum, alumina, has become scarce as a result…

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