U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude fell 38 cents to settle at $35.79 a barrel, after dipping to its lowest since June on Thursday at $34.92.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude fell 4 cents to $36.13 after dipping to its lowest since June on Thursday. It is on track for an 11% monthly decline while Brent heads for an 8% drop.
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Silver also witnessed increased buying as it gained Rs 1,623 to Rs 60,700 per kg from Rs 59,077 per kg in the previous trade.
Analysts said trimming of positions by speculators due to muted demand in spot market mainly led to the fall in copper prices here.
Analysts said fresh positions created by traders after some demand from consumer industries supported aluminium prices.
Analysts said offloading of positions by participants owing to slackened demand from consuming industries in the physical market mainly weighed on zinc prices here.
Fresh positions built up by participants led to the rise in gold prices, analysts said.
Analysts said the rise in silver prices was mostly due to fresh positions built up by participants on a positive domestic trend.
Analysts said raising of bets by participants kept crude oil prices higher in futures trade.
The continued rise in the dollar index pressured commodity prices to trade lower.
Gold was up 0.37 per cent while silver gained 0.68 per cent. All base metals were trading with gains, led by copper that rose 0.24 per cent. Crude oil was flat and its peer natural gas rose 0.73 per cent.
Major support for gold remains around Rs 50,100. Only failure to hold Rs 50,100 might trigger further selling in the yellow metal.