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Gold, silver futures closed on a bullish note towards the end of trading on Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) Saturday session with marginal profit. Gold this week made an all time high of Rs 23,120/10 gm, while overseas prices also notched record high. Overseas gold and silver ended respectively at USD 1,592.65/oz, up 0.40 and at USD 39.21/oz, up 0.02 respectively.

MCX's most active August gold contract ended at Rs 23,067/10 gm, up Rs 74 and moved between Rs 23,090- 23,009/10gm. Contract volume was 2,896 lots.

MCX gold mini, most active July contract closed at Rs 23,068/10 gm, up Rs 72 and fluctuated between Rs 23,090- 23,020/10gm. Total volume was 5,738 lots.

Benchmark silver September closed at Rs 58,475/kg, up Rs 424 and made an intra-day high and low of Rs 58,560- 58,200/kg. Total volume was 4,854 lots. 

MCX silver mini August futures ended at Rs 58,470/kg, up Rs 416 and fluctuated between Rs 58,564- 58,150/kg. Total volume so far was 9,375 lots.
Base metals futures ended on a mixed note mild change towards the end of Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) Saturday session. Volumes remained thin on weekend. 

Aluminium July contract ended at Rs 110.25 per kg and moved in the range of Rs 110.40- 110.20 per kg. Total volume recorded 127 lots.
Copper July futures settled at Rs 434.90 per kg. It traded in the range of Rs 435.30- 434.80 per kg. Total volume so far recorded 1,770 lots.

Lead July closed at Rs 120.60 per kg and traded between Rs 120.80- 120.90 per kg. Total volumes recorded 396 lots.

Nickel July contract ended at Rs 1,075.10 per kg, down Re 0.50 and traded between Rs 1,077.60- 1,075.00 per kg. Total volumes recorded 753 lots.

Zinc June contract closed at Rs 105.35 per kg, up Re 0.10 and traded between Rs 105.50- 105.30 per kg. Total volume recorded so far 290 lots. 

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