Intraday Outlook

 Gold futures were down today tracking rise in the rupee against the dollar and as COMEX futures shed early gains and fell. Earlier in the day the gold futures were trading marginally higher as weak US non-farm payrolls, data for which was posted Friday, boosted demand for the safe-haven metal. However, profit booking after the recent rise pulled down prices in the US session. 

 Domestic oil futures were trading slightly lower tracking the same in benchmark contracts on the New York Mercantile Exchange.  Oil prices had declined, as sentiment weakened following release of discouraging US job data. Gas prices remained well supported even as temperatures in key Midwest and Northeast regions climbed to above-normal levels, shaking off a stubborn latewinter cold spell that spiked demand.

 Base metal futures on the MCX were trading higher tracking the rise in benchmark contracts on the London Metal Exchange, where  prices gained on lower level buying, but appreciation in the rupee against the dollar capped the rise in prices. LME base metals futures had declined earlier due to demand concerns from the US and China and rising inventory in  warehouses.


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