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Indian base materials costs can face another circular of dull start on Monday due to affordable costs on London metal Exchange amid slow physical demand and weak economic indicators from China, the U.S. and the euro zone. The markets will be looking forward to non town pay-roll numbers that can act as a induce for the metals. LME Copper was again trading below its last day ending rates. The metal was seen at $ 7347 per tonne, as against $ 7393 per tonne on Monday.

The objectives from Fed were not met once again as the company provided no symptoms for fresh incitement. The fall in PMI of Chinese suppliers previously this week already reduced the assurance of metals. Chinese suppliers formal Purchase Manager's Catalog (PMI) dropped to a eight 30 days low of 50.2 in July compared to 50.1 in the 30 days of June. Western organization Eurostat said that 17 country Dollar area lack of employment was standing at 11.2% in May. Native indian Birdwatcher is likely to start below Rs 410 per kg on MCX, that will start in a few minutes. MCX Copper shut at Rs 411.5 per kg on 2 Aug 2012, down 1.1%. MCX Dime shut at Rs 870 per kg, down 1%.

International: Major Support at USD1540. Bullish till USD1615.
Domestic: Buy above 30020, Stop loss 29940, Target 30110.

International: Major Support at USD26. Bullish above USD28.
Domestic: Buy above 53000, Stop loss 52700, Target 53300.

Domestic: Buy above 412.50, Stop loss 410, Target 415.

International: Major Support for WTI at USD82 Bullish above USD 90
Domestic: Buy above 4940, Stop loss 4910, Target 4970.

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