Precious metals on Comex are trading with flat note as traders focused on talks between Greece and it’s international creditors. Gold future prices are trading at $1190 per oz, higher by only one dollar while Silver prices are trading at $16.70 an ounce, up by two cents only. On Nymex, WTI Crude Oil prices edged higher to trade at $60.98 a barrel, gained more than one percent on hope that OPEC will maintain their group production target in the forthcoming meet. Natural Gas prices are trading subdued at $2.64 per mmBtu, almost flat. On LME, all the base metals are trading in red except Lead. Lead prices are trading at $1932 per tonne, up by four dollars while Copper is quoting at $6001 per tonne with flat note. Nickel and Zinc are also trading on negative note, down by 105 dollars and 14 dollars respectively.