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  • Mixed trend in pulses

    Barring moong, majority of pulse seeds and pulses either traded low or ruled stable on weak demand. Reports of decline in summer moong output lifted moong (bold) by ₹100 at ₹5,000-5,200 a quintal, while moong (medium) ruled at ₹4,500. New summer moong went for ₹5,300-5,500. Moong dal (medium) was at ₹5,900-6,000, moong dal (bold) ₹6,200-6,400, while

  • Chana futures extend fall, slide 1.27% on tepid demand

    Chana prices fell by 1.27 per cent to Rs 3,490 per quintal in futures trade today, falling for the third day, as participants reduced exposure amid subdued demand at the spot market against adequate stocks. Moreover, profit-booking at existing levels weighed on the sentiment. At the National Commodity and Derivatives

  • Gram, its dal weaken on low demand

    Barring a fall of up to Rs 100 per quintal in gram and its dal on higher arrivals amid reduced demand from mills, prices generally remained flat at the wholesale pulses market today on muted activities. Traders said fall in demand against adequate stocks position on incrased supplies from producing

  • Select pulses slide on low demand

    Select pulses led by kabuli gram plunged by upto Rs 500 per quintal at the wholesale pulses market today owing to slackened demand. However, gram and its dal edged up on scattered enquiries. Traders said muted demand from retailers against adequate stocks position pulled down kabuli gram and other pulses

  • Indian market to become more attractive to grain exporters – G Chandrashekhar

    By September 2018, pulses market in India may become really attractive to Ukrainian and other suppliers of respective commodities. This was supposed by global agri-market expert G. Chandrashekhar (India) at the XV Jubilee International Conference “Black Sea Grain-2018”, premiere event of the Black Sea region, recognized by global leaders of grain &

  • Weak conditions prevail in wholesale pulses market

    Weak conditions prevailed at the wholesale pulses market today as kabuli gram and other pulses fell by upto Rs 100 per quintal on muted demand. Traders said fall in demand against adequate stocks position on increased supplies from producing belts led to a decline in kabuli gram and other pulses

  • Chana futures extend fall, slide 1.27% on tepid demand

    Chana prices fell by 1.27 per cent to Rs 3,490 per quintal in futures trade today, falling for the third day, as participants reduced exposure amid subdued demand at the spot market against adequate stocks. Moreover, profit-booking at existing levels weighed on the sentiment. At the National Commodity and Derivatives

  • Sluggish trend continue in pulses

    Sluggish trend continued in pulse seeds and pulses on weak physical demand. Chana (kanta)declined to ₹3,375-₹3,400 a quintal, while chana (desi) ruled at ₹3,300. Chana dal (average)quoted at ₹4,700-₹4,800, chana dal (medium) at ₹4,900-₹5,000, while chana dal (bold) ruled at ₹5,100-₹5,200. Dollar chana dragged to ₹4,500-₹5,500. In container also dollar chana (42/44 count) quoted at ₹6,500, dollar

  • Chana futures extend fall, drop 0.88% on muted demand

    Chana prices drifted lower by 0.88 per cent to Rs 3,600 per quintal in futures trade today, extending its fall for the second day, as participants reduced exposure amid subdued demand in the spot market against adequate stocks. Moreover, profit-booking at existing higher levels weighed on the sentiment.Read more

  • Weak conditions prevail in wholesale pulses market

    Weak conditions prevailed at the wholesale pulses market today as kabuli gram and other pulses fell by upto Rs 100 per quintal on muted demand. Traders said fall in demand against adequate stocks position on increased supplies from producing belts led to a decline in kabuli gram and other pulses