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                                                   how can I get MCX commodity charts ?

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Dayanand Ullal
2012-02-23 20:55:29


Today I downloaded & dont know how to get MCX commodity chart. Please help


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2012-02-24 04:16:49

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You have to import MCX data first (Data -> ASCII Import)

We do not have any downloader for MCX commodities



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