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Mar 29, 2017
10:37 AM Physical Rubber prices witness weakness on Tuesday
10:26 AM Copper futures end higher on Tuesday
10:07 AM Gold futures end lower on Tuesday
09:06 AM Crude snaps losing streak on armed protests in Libya
Mar 28, 2017
11:42 AM Coffee Board forecasts 9% fall in production for 2016-17 season
10:23 AM Physical Rubber prices witness weakness on Monday
10:11 AM Copper futures end flat on Monday
09:55 AM Gold futures end higher on Monday
09:00 AM Crude futures extend decline on supply glut concern
Mar 27, 2017
14:33 PM India Clove import rise on domestic output drop
11:36 AM Indian natural rubber production likely to exceed 6.54 LT in current fiscal
10:00 AM Gold futures end higher on weaker dollar
09:59 AM Physical rubber prices end flat on Saturday
Mar 25, 2017
10:03 AM Copper futures end lower on Friday
10:00 AM Gold futures end higher on Friday
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