The commodity markets have delivered a volatile performance during the recent fortnight. Commodity futures have portrayed gains up to 5.94 per cent and a plunge up to 8 per cent. The commodity climbing to the top position was aluminium. On MCX, the aluminium futures have zoomed 5.94 per cent during the fortnight. The domestic aluminium prices have hit an all-time high recently amid supply concerns and high demand. The aluminium futures had started the year with a price close to ₹160 per kg and since then has gradually taken a path towards a record high of ₹215.20 per kg.
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