• Poor inflows lift pulses

    Poor inflows lift pulses Most of the pulses and pulse seeds edged up at the mandis in Indore amid weak arrivals. On Friday, moong (bold) new ruled at ₹5,500-5,700 a quintal, while moong (medium) new was ₹4,500-5,100. Urad (bold) new fetched ₹4,500-4,600, while urad (medium) new ruled at ₹3,600-4,000. Masur traded lower on sluggish demand with masur (bold) at ₹3,650, […]

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  • Chana futures soften by 0.10 pc as traders trim position

    Chana futures soften by 0.10 pc as traders trim position Chana prices eased by 0.10 per cent to Rs 4,156 per quintal in futures trade Friday as speculators reduced their exposure. At the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange, chana for delivery in December fell by Rs 4, or 0.10 per cent, to Rs 4,156 per quintal, with […]

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  • Chana futures gain 0.96% on strong demand

    Chana futures gain 0.96% on strong demand Chana prices went up by 0.96 per cent to Rs 4,212 per quintal in futures trade Monday, as participants enlarged their positions, tracking a firm trend at the spot market on surging demand. At the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange, chana for delivery in October rose by Rs 40, or 0.96 per […]

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  • Procurement at MSP will surge under PM-AASHA, but won’t fuel inflation

    Procurement at MSP will surge under PM-AASHA, but won’t fuel inflation The Centre’s procurement of oilseeds and pulses this year is expected to reach record levels, thanks to the new scheme PM-AASHA (Pradhan Mantri Annadata Aay Sanrakshan Abhiyan). While nutri cereals or millets (maize, bajra, jowar and ragi) will be procured under the regular MSP […]

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  • Big move by Maharashtra government: Online registrations of farmers for MSP procurement begins

    Big move by Maharashtra government: Online registrations of farmers for MSP procurement begins The Maharashtra government has commenced online registrations for farmers as part of the process of procurement of moong (green gram), urad (black gram) and soybean at Minimum Support Price (MSP). The registration process has begun from September 25. Maharashtra cooperation minister Subhash […]

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  • Pulses steady on muted demand

    Pulses steady on muted demand Pulses and pulse seeds at the mandis in Indore have been ruling steady on subdued demand from the millers. Tur (Maharashtra), in private trading, was at ₹3,900-3,950 a quintal, while tur (Madhya Pradesh) ruled at ₹3,500-3,600. Tur dal (sawa no.) traded at ₹5,200-5,300, tur dal (full) at ₹5,500-5,600, while tur mongar was at ₹6,100-6,200 a […]

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  • Farmers hit as prices of kharif crops plunge below MSPs

    Farmers hit as prices of kharif crops plunge below MSPs Wholesale prices of just-harvested kharif crops are trading at lower than minimum support prices (MSPs), despite the government’s promise to ensure better prices for farmers. The centre significantly raised MSPs in July to ensure 50% returns over costs and followed it up with a new […]

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  • Uptrend in chana halted

    Uptrend in chana halted Decline in buying support at the higher rate and sale of government stock by the NAFED at many centers below the MSP have arrested uptrend in chana with chana (kanta) quoted at ₹4,175-4,200 a quintal, while chana (desi) ruled at ₹4,100 and chana (vishal) at ₹4,150 . Chana dal (average)quoted at ₹5,250-5,350 , chana dal […]

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  • Spot Market Update: Chana Recovers Further In Major Trading Hubs

    Spot Market Update: Chana Recovers Further In Major Trading Hubs Chana prices continued to rebounded due to fresh buying by millers. The spot prices increased by half a percent in Delhi to approach Rs 4300 per quintal mark. However, rising prices have pushed up the supplies this week and the arrivals soared to 70 trucks […]

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  • Big relief for rabi crop farmers: Cabinet nod to MSP hike for wheat, chana

    Big relief for rabi crop farmers: Cabinet nod to MSP hike for wheat, chana The Government Wednesday announced 6 per cent hike in support price of wheat at Rs 1,840 per quintal, a move that will give farmers an additional income of Rs 62,635 crore and help contain their simmering discontent over high input cost […]

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