In the international market, silver prices traded 0.18 per cent lower at $15.30 an ounce in New York.
The development assumes significance as several Mauritius based investors have been facing uncertainty ever since the country was put on a ‘grey list’ by FATF in February.
The Nifty Metal index was trading 5.59 per cent up at 1608.1 .
Lockdown isn’t easy, especially for healthcare professionals, essential service providers and even those who need to visit hospitals frequently.
Copper prices on Friday traded up 0.89 per cent at Rs 379.85 per kg in futures market on the back of pick-up in spot demand.
The Nifty Metal index was trading 2.12 per cent down at 1520.55.
While gold and silver volumes more than doubled on year in the March quarter, trading in crude has seen an increase of 66 per cent.
The Nifty Metal index was trading 2.56 per cent down at 1545.3.
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