18 Oct 2017 | 12:22 PM

Commodity Research Reports

Daily | 18 Oct 2017 | 09:28 AM
Gold fell on hawkish views about possible next Fed chair  Oil prices turned lower after 2-session climb  Zinc hit three-week low on rising inventories and dollar strength.
Daily | 17 Oct 2017 | 09:33 AM
Highlights: • As Diwali festival approaches, trading activities start falling in mandis. With mandis gradually closing down for this week, the demand remains on the lower side for now. On top of that are the regular arrivals of some kharif crops. • No strong movement could be noted due to no clear report from the mandis. Moderate weakness was there due to low demand. This trend is likely to continue in the short term for now. • There was some recovery for Guar as exports remained good, but moderate fall was noted in other counters of good sowing/harvesting reports amidst low trading activities.
Daily | 17 Oct 2017 | 09:30 AM
Gold fell from three week high, weighed by strong US dollar. Today MCX to unveil first commodity options trading with gold  US crude oil rose toward six-month high as new Iraq conflict threatened output  LME Copper jumped to three-year high on China optimism
Monthly | 16 Oct 2017 | 07:46 PM
Here comes the festival of light and celebration begins with Dhanteras, where streets flicker with lights and decor. Very few months can match the vibe of this festive season where everything seems endearing. This charm can be seen in the eyes of Indian folks that glitter when they purchase gold. Going forward, precious metal looks to get more precious and we recommend accumulating gold in the range of Rs.29400-450/10gms at MCX, while keeping an eye on the key support of Rs.28750/10gms levels and to look for Rs.30500/10gms ($1335/oz) as near term target and further ahead, Rs.31500/10gms ($1375/oz) level as an intermediate term peak.
Monthly | 16 Oct 2017 | 01:23 PM
Here comes the festival of light and celebration begins with dhanteras, where streets flicker with lights and decor. Very few months can match the vibe of this festive season where everything seems endearing. This charm can be seen in the eyes of Indian folks that glitter when they purchase gold. We offer prayer to goddess of wealth on Diwali and it is considered auspicious to purchase precious metal on dhanteras and Diwali as a tradition. And why not!! It is gold which has proven ‘real dhan’ when paper currency loses its value.
Daily | 16 Oct 2017 | 10:17 AM
Highlights: • Ahead of the Festivals this week, with mandis gradually closing down for the same, lack of strong trading activities prevented strong recovery in prices last week for the Agri commodities. The same may happen this week also as sentiments may remain subdued this week. On top of that would be the new crop arrivals that may limit any strong uptrend in prices. • Slight firmness in International markets for fibre and oil complex could support short term support to prices but the Indian markets may well be unable to show strong recovery this week.
Daily | 16 Oct 2017 | 09:20 AM
Gold marked first weekly gain in five weeks after weak US data  Oil rallied on Chinese import boost and Mideast tensions  Nickel led gains as Chinese political party’s meeting looms
Daily | 13 Oct 2017 | 09:58 AM
Highlights: • Agri markets traded with very high volatility but failed to take any strong direction. Rising arrivals of kharif crops prevented strong recovery. A rise in demand at these lower levels after the recent fall however provided some support to the prices at these lower rates. • After the initial fall in prices, Chana staged a recovery. Guar failed to hold onto the higher level. Spices traded slight firm as cotton/kapas fell from profit booking after the recent highs. High volatility was noted for oil complex ahead of the WASDE report even as no strong sentiments emerged. • Agri markets likely to show some recovery as the weekend nears. Rise in festive season demand could support prices to some extent.
Daily | 13 Oct 2017 | 09:41 AM
Gold steadied after US inflation data  Oil pared some losses after larger draw in US inventories  Copper hit one-month high on optimism over China demand
Daily | 12 Oct 2017 | 10:17 AM
Highlights: • Agri markets traded with high volatility as prices found some support at the lower levels. Some rise in domestic demand was noted in the mandis. However its impact was negated by the arrival pressure of the new crops. • Overall it is expected that agri prices could find some immediate support at these lower levels. Firmness in Crude oil prices and in Dollar vs Rupee could impact the exports favorably. The domestic demand that had remained low despite the festive season is also expected to pick up in coming weeks.
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