137KT of Commodities at IME
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137KT of Commodities at IME

Tuesday trade at Iran Mercantile Exchange saw the offering of more than 137,000 tons of commodities both on local and export trading floors. The oil and petrochemical trading floor played host to 34,100 tons of various grades of bitumen offered by Jey Oil Refining Company, 24,000 tons of bitumen by Pasargad Oil Company, over 53,000 tons of polymers, 8,000 tons of lube-cut oil as well as 88 tons of benzene. The export trading floor witnessed the offering of 15,450 tons of bitumen 6070 by local suppliers and 340 tons of roof insulation to be shipped overseas. Close to 400 tons of aluminum ingots of 99.75% purity at the base price of 59,435 rials per kg from Iran Aluminum Company and 1,100 tons of hot-rolled C were offered on the industrial and mining trading floor. Finally, 1,000 tons of soybean flakes, 250 tons of corn and 210 tons of rice were offered on the agricultural trading floor.

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