Zinc On MCX Settled Up 0.87% At 168.25

Zinc on MCX settled up 0.87% at 168.25 tracking rise in LME prices by 0.8 percent ahead of a slew of Chinese industrial reports. The pace of expansion in China's manufacturing sector likely slowed in April, a poll showed, as factory-gate price lost steam and authorities moved to tackle risks in the property market and credit growth. Chinese industrial firms' liabilities rose 6.6 percent from a year earlier as of end-March, compared with an increase of 6.6 percent in the first two months of 2017.

Germany is on a solid economic growth path despite global uncertainties, Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries said on Wednesday, adding that she expects companies to start investing more as exports gradually grow. Combined zinc inventories in Shanghai, Tianjin and Guangdong decreased 30,200 to 229,300 tonnes last week. Shanghai and Guangdong witnessed fewer arriving shipments and big growth in outward shipments.

Inventories in Tianjin only declined slightly. Production at local downstream manufacturers was restricted by environmental protection. China's banking regulator on Wednesday relaxed the rules for the transfer of non-performing loans, allowing lenders to sell soured debt in bundles of three from the previous 10, three sources with direct knowledge told. The move is the latest by the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) to ease lenders' struggle with a mounting pile of bad debt as borrowers struggle with the slowing economic growth.

Technically market is under fresh buying as market has witnessed gain in open interest by 0.19% to settled at 3662 while prices up 1.45 rupees, now Zinc is getting support at 166.8 and below same could see a test of 165.4 level, And resistance is now likely to be seen at 169, a move above could see prices testing 169.8. 

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