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Adjusted Futures Price

The cash-price equivalent reflected in the current futures price. This is calculated by taking the futures price times the conversion factor for the particular financial instrument (e.g., bond or note) being delivered.

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Have Copper prices topped out?

31-03-2015| Source:Moneycontrol.com

The macro fundamentals suggest that it will not be an easy task for the prices to sustain at higher levels, the rally might have clung on some straws but more green shots does not look very imminent

Oil prices down in Asian trade

30-03-2015| Source:PTI

Oil prices eased in Asia on Monday but analysts said losses were tempered by supply concerns in the crude-rich Middle East after Saudi-led warplanes struck rebel targets in Yemen.US benchmark West

Oil prices dip as Iran, world powers seek nuclear deal

30-03-2015| Source:Reuters

In the United states, the oil rig count continued to fall as producers adjust to lower prices, although analysts said that lower drilling activity would only affect actual oil production later

Oil to reach $100 a barrel by end of 2016: T Boone Pickens

25-03-2015| Source:Reuters

Oil prices have fallen sharply amid weaker Asian and European demand and a boom in North American production. US crude futures have dropped more than 60 percent since highs last summer and were

Sugar futures may trade on mixed note: Angel Commodities

25-03-2015| Source:Moneycontrol.com

According to Angel Commodities, Sugar futures may trade on a mixed note. Lower levels may attract the traders however ample supplies may pressurize the prices as technically long term trend is down.

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