TABLE - India Metals Prices - Delhi - Jun 27

Fri Jun 27, 2008 1:58pm IST

 Rates by Asian News International, New Delhi
 Tel: 011 2619 1464
                        Indicative           Previous
                         opening              close
 Metals               (in rupees per kg unless stated)
 -----------------------------------------------------
 Copper bars                   384                386
 Copper wire rod               382                384
 Copper scrap No:1             360                362
 Zinc ingots                   120                122
 Tin ingots                  1,155              1,160
 Nickel Strip
  4 X 24" Inco               1,310              1,300
  4 X 4" Inco                1,300              1,295
  4 X 4"                     1,110              1,100
 Aluminium ingots              142                148
 Lead ingots                   132                140
 Source: Delhi metal traders.
 (To contribute to this daily table of indicative Market   
 rates, please fax Delhi on 011-26191-455, attention --    
Sanjay Mehra and  Satish Sharma, Bombay on 022-2287 0449) 
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