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Copper futures rise marginally on fresh bets


New Delhi: Copper prices went up Rs 2.80 to be able to Rs 526.90 for each kg in futures trade on Monday on get in spot demand. In the Multi Commodity Exchange, copper mineral contracts for September shipping and delivery traded higher by Rs 2.80, or zero.53 per cent, at Rs 526.90 per kilos in a business turnover associated with 4,443 lots. Experts attributed the rise inside copper prices to increasing of bets by members, driven by pick up inside spot demand.

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