Urad prices were steady to up due to steady

Urad prices were steady to up due to steady demand from bulk buyers. Arrivals of Urad during April 1 – 05 is pegged at 2,188 tonnes as compared to 1,917 tonnes in the corresponding period a […]

Urad prices were steady

Urad prices were steady due to good demand amid good supplies in the key markets. Arrivals of Urad in March 1- 28 is pegged at 42,471 tonnes as compared to 23,236 tonnes in the corresponding period […]

Chana prices were down on increased arrival

Chana prices were down due to weak demand from bulk buyers. As arrivals have increased in states such as Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, chana prices are roughly 15% lower than the minimum support price of Rs. […]

Masur prices were down

Masur prices were down due to weak demand from domestic buyers. According to the central second advanced projections, India’s rabi harvest season is just a month away, and record production of pulses is projected – 18.34 […]

Urad prices this year it has disappointed.

Urad grew well last year, but so far this year it has disappointed. However, merchants have begun to recede due to low pricing, while urad demand in Chennai is gradually increasing. Furthermore, with the arrival of […]

sowing of chana has Increased.

The sowing of chana in the country as of Feb 04 is pegged at 114.95 lakh ha as compared to 110.38 lakh ha in the corresponding period last year. The total sowing area of Chana in […]

India again cuts import duty on edible oil

In a move to cool down edible oil prices during the ongoing festival season, the government has again cut the import duty on edible oils. This is the fourth consecutive time in a year the government […]

SEBI discontinued Chana Futures Trading!!

Securities & Exchange Board of India(SEBI) today through a circular discontinued further trading in Chana on National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited until further notice. The prima facie reason for this discontinuation could have been potentially […]

Government considering to allow import of GM soymeal

Skyrocketing feed prices has led to several representations by the industry to the government. Soymeal, which constitutes the key component of the feed, has observed a surge in prices causing a spillover in other feed compounds. […]

Kharif Sowing Update – as on July 30

Kharif Sowing Update – Kharif sowing in the country as on July 30 is pegged at 84.8 mln hectares, down 4.7% on year. Sowing in most kharif crops has gained pace but is still behind from […]

NCDEX soybean continues its meteoric climb

Soybean futures in the domestic markets continued to rally owing to reduced availability amid growing fears of potential sharp decline in the acreage in 2021 kharif season. August Futures are quoting at 9,650 rupees per 100 […]