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Palmolein up on buying

Our Bureau

Mumbai , April 25

RBD palmolein and soya oil refined moved up slightly on fresh buying, while groundnut oil weakened on the local edible oil market on Tuesday on weak Gujarat advices. RBD palmolein was up a rupee to Rs 390 per 10 kg. Groundnut oil raw was down Rs 2 at Rs 477 for 10 kg. Imported refined soya oil was up a rupee at Rs 392 for 10 kg. Imported crude soya oil was up a rupee at Rs 371 for 10 kg. Castor oil commercial grade was steady at Rs 330 per 10 kg.

In futures segment, castor seed June contracts opened lower at Rs 1,581 on some offerings and finally they were up Rs 13 to end at Rs 1,599 per quintal on fresh support.

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