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COMMODITY WEEKLY REPORT

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NCDEX DAILY AND WEEKLY LEVELS DALLY

EXPIRY

R4

R3

SYOREFIDR

18-JULY-14 713.20

704.50 695.80 690.10

686.20 681.20 677.60 668.50 659.90

SYBEANIDR

18-JULY-14 4293

4201

4109

4059

4017

3967

3925

3833

3741

RMSEED

18-JULY-14 3695

3636

3577

3546

3518

3487

3459

3400

3341

JEERAUNJHA

18-JULY-14 11311

11171 11031

10978

10890 10838 10751 10611 10471

DHANIYA

18-JULY-14 11241

10974 10707

10606

10440 10339 10173 9106

9639

CASTORSEED

18-JULY-14 4501

4444

4387

4355

4330

4298

4273

4216

4159

WEEKLY

EXPIRY

R3

R2

R1

PP

S1

S2

S3

S4

SYOREFIDR

18-JULY-14 730.10

714.20 698.40 691.20

682.30 675

666..20 650.80 634.10

SYBEANIDR

18-JULY-14 5107

4769

4431

4210

4093

3872

3755

3417

3079

RMSEED

18-JULY-14 3739

3666

3593

3551

3520

3477

3447

3374

3301

JEERAUNJHA

18-JULY-14 12108

11703 11298

11111

10890 10706 10488 10083 9675

DHANIYA

18-JULY-14 11718

11293 10868

10666

10443 10241 10018 9593

9168

CASTORSEED

18-JULY-14 4779

4620

4398

4302

3825

R4

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R2

4461

R1

PP

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S1

4239

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S2

4143

S3

3984

S4

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MCX DAILY AND WEEKLY LEVELS DALLY

EXPIRY

R4

R3

R2

R1

PP

S1

S2

S3

ALUMIN 30-JUN-14 116.55

114.95

113.35

112.45

111.75

110.85

110.15

108.55 106.95

COPPER 30-JUN-14 433

426

420

417

413

411

407

400

394

CRUDE

21-JULY- 6657

6585

6513

6487

6441

6415

6369

6297

6225

GOLD

5-AUG-14 28707

28355

28003

27835

27651

27483

27299

26947

26595

LEAD

30-JUN-14 132.60

130.85

129.10

128.10

127.35

126.35

125.60

123.85 122.10

NATURA 25-JUN-14 291

285

280

276

274

271

268

263

257

NICKEL 30-JUN-14 1205

1173

1142

1123

1110

1092

1079

1047

1015

SILVER 5-JUL-14 47040

46181

45322

44946

44463

44087

43604

42745

41886

ZINC

132.90

121.65

131.10

130.40

129.85

129.15

127.90 126.65

R4

R3

R2

R1

PP

S1

S2

S3

S4

ALUMIN 30-JUN-14 121

118

114

113

111

109

107

103

100

COPPER 30-JUN-14 454

440

425

420

411

406

396

382

368

CRUDE

21-JULY- 6882

6727

6572

6516

6417

6361

6262

6107

5952

GOLD

5-AUG-14 31155

29885

28615

28141

27345

26871

26075

24805

23535

LEAD

30-JUN-14 138

134

130

128

126

124

122

118

114

NATURA 25-JUN-14 327

311

294

283

278

267

261

245

228

NICKEL 30-JUN-14 1371

1284

1198

1151

1111

1065

1024

938

851

SILVER 5-JUL-14 52947

49873

46799

45684

43725

42610

40651

37577

34503

ZINC

141

134

132

128

126

122

115

109

30-JUN-14 134.15

WEEKLY EXPIRY DATE

30-JUN-14 147

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MCX - WEEKLY NEWS LETTERS WORLD NEWS  United Kingdom (UK) Retail Sales declined by 0.5 percent in May from 1.0 percent rise in April.  US Unemployment Claims declined to 312,000 in the week ending 13th June 2014 from 318,000 in the preceding week.  US Philly Fed Manufacturing Index rose to 17.8 levels in June from 15.4 marks in May.  President Barack Obama said on Thursday he was sending up to 300 U.S. military advisers to Iraq but stressed the need for a political solution to the Iraqi crisis as government forces battled Sunni rebels for control of the country's biggest refinery. (Source: Reuters)  India's domestic fuel supplies will not be affected by fallout from the ongoing conflict in Iraq although state-run refiners have been asked to draw up a contingency plan, the oil ministry said in a statement on Thursday. (Source: Reuters)  Chinese iron ore traders are being starved of credit by banks reining in loan approvals and curbing letters of credit, industry sources and bankers say, as a clampdown on financing deals in the world's top consumer of commodities gathers force. (Source: Reuters) PRECIOUS METALS A spot gold price increased by 3.3 percent in yesterday’s trading session as the Rise in Geopolitical tension in Iraq and ongoing dispute between Russia and Ukraine upsurge the demand for safe haven. Further, Federal Reserve slashed its forecast for economic growth and indicated that the Interest rate may remain lower for some time, which led to the weakness in Dollar. However, Strong economic data from US and US Federal Reserve decision to cut its monthly bond buying program by $10B to $35B capped sharp upside in the prices. Additionally weak physical demand from India and China kept prices under pressure. In the Indian Markets, gold prices increased by 2.93 percent in yesterday trading session taking cues from Intl spot Gold prices. However, appreciation in the Indian Rupee prevented sharp upside in the prices. Gold prices touched an intraday High of 27653/10gms and closed at 276116/10gms We expect spot gold prices to trade on the positive note as the Rise in Geopolitical tension in Iraq and ongoing dispute between Russia and Ukraine may upsurge the demand for safe haven. However, Strong economic data from US and US Federal Reserve decision to cut its monthly bond buying program by $10B to $35B may sharp upside in the prices. Profit booking at higher levels can be witnessed. In the Indian Markets depreciation in the Indian Rupee may support prices. Web: www.ways2capital.com§

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BASE METALS Base Metals on LME traded on positive note on the back of rise in risk appetite in the global markets coupled with weakness in DX. Further, strong economic data from US and US Federal Reserve committed to retain accommodate monetary policy supported prices to trade in green. In the Indian Markets copper prices rose by 0.38 percent taking cues from LME prices. However, appreciation in the Indian Rupee prevented sharp upside in the prices. MCX Copper touched an intra day high of 409.8/kg and closed at 408.95/kg ENERGY Crude Oil: Crude Oil prices increased by 0.43 percent in yesterday’s trading session on the back of weakness in DX, rise in worries over oil disruption from Iraq due to geopolitical tension and ongoing dispute between Russia and Ukraine. Further, US Federal Reserve committed to retain accommodate monetary policy buoyed prices to trade in green. Additionally, strong economic data from US acted as a positive factor for the prices. In the Indian Markets, crude oil price rose by 0.05 percent taking cues from NYMEX Crude oil prices. However, appreciation in the Indian Rupee prevented sharp upside in the prices. Crude oil prices touched an intraday high of 6410/bbl and closed at 6381/bbl. We expect NYMEX crude oil prices to trade on positive note on the back of rise in worries over oil disruption from Iraq due to geopolitical tension and ongoing dispute between Russia and Ukraine. Further, US Federal Reserve committed to retain accommodate monetary policy which may support prices. However, Crude oil inventory fell less than expected and Federal Reserve slashed its forecast for economic growth which may prevent sharp rise in the prices. Natural Gas: Natural Gas price decreased by 1.61 percent in yesterday’s trading session on the back of rise in inventory. Further, estimated rise in supply from EIA and forecast of cooler temperatures added downside pressure on the prices. However, weakness in Dollar cushioned sharp fall in the prices. In the Indian Markets, a Natural gas price decreased by 1.21 percent taking cues from NYMEX Natural Gas prices. Further, appreciation in the Indian rupee supported prices. Natural Gas prices touched an intraday low of 275.4/mmbtu and closed at 277/ mmbtu. We expect NYMEX Natural gas prices to trade on negative note as the forecast of cooler weather may reduce the demand for air conditioning. Further, increase in Natural gas inventory and forecast of rise in supply/record production may add downside pressure on the prices. In the Indian Markets depreciation in the Indian Rupee may cushion sharp fall in the prices.

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NCDEX - WEEKLY NEWS LETTERS Monsoon covers half of India in weak phase, slows sowing: The monsoon has covered half of India's landmass four days behind the usual schedule, failing to recover from a late start that has slowed sowing of summer crops in a country where half of the farmland still lacks irrigation. India's farming sector accounts for about 14 percent of its nearly $2 trillion economy. Inadequate rains can not only hurt farm output but also stoke inflation, a cause of major concern for the new government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The annual rains arrived over the southern Kerala coast five days behind the normal June 1 start and then entered a lull, with poor rains over the interior parts of southern India. Rainfall was 45 percent below average for the week ended June 18, compared with 48 percent below average the previous week, weather office data showed on Thursday. "Rainfall has increased in some parts of the central region, but monsoon has continued to be weak," said a weather official who did not want to be named. (Source: Reuters) FMC restricts futures trading in potato to check prices Commodity markets regulator FMC has curbed futures trading in potato contracts for July, August and September in order to check prices by disallowing fresh positions and hiking deposit amount on buyers. The FMC has taken this decision in the backdrop of rising prices of potato and other essential commodities, which could be aggravated by the likelihood of a subnormal monsoon. Currently, potato trading is active only on the commodity bourse MCX, while it is negligible on NCDEX. Following FMC's directive, MCX in a circular said it has disallowed fresh positions in July, August and September contracts of potato with effect from June 18. To restrict buyers, MCX has also hiked the margin money from 5 % to 30% of the value of the commodity. "Further, 25% special margin (cash) shall be imposed on long (buy) side for all contracts of potato with effect from June 23," the exchange circular said. (Source: Economic Times) CHANA Chana July futures traded on a mixed to negative note on Thursday on account of weak demand coupled with ample supplies and higher stocks on the exchange warehouses. Fears that the government may take action to curb inflation also added to the downside pressure and settled 0.28% lower. However, lower level demand coupled with forecast of below normal rains supported prices at lower levels. The 3rdAdvance Estimates pegged total pulses output for 2013-14 at 19.6 mn tn, marginally lower from 19.8 mn tn earlier. There was a delay in the harvesting of the chana crop along with crop damage in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh due to unseasonal Web: www.ways2capital.comยง

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rainfall as well as hailstorms. Supplies of Chana since past one year has been ample as the country reaped bumper Chana output in 2012-13 season. For 2013-14 too, the government in their third advance estimates has projected record output of at 9.9 mn tonnes in the Rabi season. Outlook Chana futures may trade on a mixed to negative note. Ample supplies, Rising stocks on the exchange warehouses, expectations of improvement in sowing of kharif pulses and higher output in 2013-14 may cap the upside and pressurize prices. However, a pickup in demand coupled with forecast of below normal and lower pulses target for 2014-15 may SOYABEAN : Soybean July futures traded on a negative note on Thursday taking cues from start of sowing in MP, Maharashtra and Karnataka coupled with weak soy meal exports and settled 1.27% lower. Soybean was in a bull rally since January on the back of supply crunch of this oilseed along with the bullish overseas markets. Concerns over below normal monsoon season, emergence of El-Nino and shortage of seeds for kharif 2014 sowing further fueled the already rising prices. International Markets CBOT Soybean traded on a positive note on Thursday on fears of crop damage to rains in the Mississippi river belt and settled 0.83% higher. Prices declined over the last few days on improved sowing, favorable weather, higher than expected end stocks and easing supply concerns. Outlook Soybean futures may continue to trade on a negative note. Starting of sowing on the new crop coupled with weak soy meal export demand Coupled may mount downside pressure on the prices. However, forecast of below normal rains along with tight supplies and lower availability of seeds for sowing may support prices at lower levels. REFINED SOYA OIL Refined soy oil July futures traded on a positive note on Thursday taking cues from positive CBOT soy oil prices while a strong Rupee capped sharp gains and settled 0.61% higher. Prices gained over the last few days on demand ahead of Ramadan. CBOT Soy oil gained 1.2% tracking bullish crude oil prices coupled with technical buying. According to NOPA, Soy oil stocks in April increased to 2.058 bn lbs from 2.023 bn in March and forecast of 1.990 bn lbs. (Source: Reuters) Web: www.ways2capital.comยง

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India meet 50-55 percent of its edible consumption through imports and thus rupee factor is a major determinant of edible oil prices. Outlook Soy oil futures may trade on a mixed to positive note. Positive overseas edible oil and crude oil prices may support prices. However, weak soybean prices and higher imports may cap sharp gains and pressurize prices at higher levels. Prices may also take cues from movement in the Rupee. RM SEED Mustard seed July futures traded on a positive note on Thursday on account of good mustard meal export demand and declining arrivals and settled 0.37% higher. However, weak oilseeds capped sharp gains. Mustard meal export increased 8.57% to 95,847 tn in May ’14 compared to 88,284 tn in May ’13. Sowing of mustard seed in 2013-14 stood at 7.13 mn ha as against 6.73 mn ha last year. Agriculture ministry in its 3rd advance estimates pegged 2013-14 mustard output at 7.8mn tn, down 2.9% compared to 8.03 mn tn in 2012-13. Outlook Mustard seed are expected to trade on a positive note. Mustard meal export demand, declining arrivals and lower output estimates and may support prices while weak soybean prices may cap the upside.

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