At Multi Commodity Exchange, aluminium for delivery in January rose 30 paise, or 0.30%, to Rs 100.75 per kg, in a business turnover of 304 lots.
Metal for delivery in February was trading higher by 25 paise, or 0.25%, at Rs 101.20 per kg in two lots.
Analysts attributed the rise to a firming trend at the London Metal Exchange (LME) and pick up in demand at the domestic spot
mainly influenced aluminium futures here.
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