Likewise, the metal for delivery in April edged up by five paise, or 0.05%, to Rs 100.10 per kg in 16 lots.
Analysts said increasing of positions by participants due to pick up in demand from consuming industries at domestic spot
and a firm trend in Asian trade mainly led to the rise in aluminium prices at futures trade.
At Shanghai Futures Exchange, aluminum gained 1.1% to trade at six month highs of 11,870 yuan ($1,818) a tonne after a report that industrial profits advanced in China, ending a seven-month losing streak.
The London Metal Exchange was closed for a public holiday.
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