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IME Sunday Trade
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IME Sunday Trade

Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) played host to 290,000 tons of coppers, steel, agricultural and petrochemical commodities offered by local suppliers during Sunday’s trade. According to IME’s Public Relations and Foreign Affairs Office, the industrial and mining trading floor featured 4,000 tons of copper cathode priced at 189,323 rials per kg. In addition, 3,500 tons of copper wire with the base price of 196,632 rials per kg, 30,000 tons of low-graded copper, 100 tons of molybdenum sulfur, 18 tons of precious metals concentrates, 12,320 tons of rebar bundles, and 450 tons of I-beams were offered to potential customers. Furthermore, 51,940 tons of corn, 23,210 tons of chickpea, and 6,000 tons of frozen chicken were offered on the agricultural trading floor. Elsewhere, the oil and petrochemical trading floor played host to about 63,000 tons of various grades of bitumen, 36,000 tons of vacuum bottom, 31,000 tons of lube-cut oil, and 7,298 tons of polymers and chemicals. The export trading floor featured 4,400 tons of bitumen 6070 offered by local suppliers to be exported overseas.

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