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IME Sunday Report
Economy, Business And Markets

IME Sunday Report

Iran Mercantile Exchange played host to close to 4,000 tons of copper cathode, 3,500 tons of copper wire, 20,000 tons of low-graded copper, 100 tons of sulfur molybdenum, 12 tons of precious metals concentrates and 3,600 tons of aluminum ingots on the industrial and mining trading floor on Sunday.
The oil and petrochemical trading floor witnessed the offering of 33,000 tons of vacuum bottoms, 56,700 tons of bitumen, 16,000 tons of lube-cut oil and 5,170 tons of petrochemicals, the IME reported.
Elsewhere, the export trading floor played host to 1,640 tons of bitumen and 240 tons of roof insulation for potential customers overseas.
Finally, 28,200 tons of corn, 5,000 tons of white sugar, 4,000 tons of durum wheat, 1,000 tons of wheat and 603 tons of dates were supplied on the agricultural trading floor.
Overall, more than 182,000 tons of commodities were offered in IME’s spot and secondary markets on Sunday.

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