Jaipur barley down on talk of imports from Argentina.

Prices of barley were down in Jaipur on talk of the grain being imported from Argentina due to concerns over quality of the domestic stocks. Demand from malt industries and stockists is subdued due to poor quality of barley stocks, and this has weighed on prices. However, limited supplies and demand from poultry feed sector cushioned the fall in prices. In Jaipur, the benchmark market, barley was sold at 1,390 rupees per 100 kg, down 20 rupees.

Jaipur barley up on demand from domestic stockists.

Prices of barley rose in Jaipur owing to renewed demand from domestic stockists after a recent fall in prices. In the benchmark market, Jaipur, barley was sold for 1,390 rupees per 100 kg, up 20 rupees. Limited arrivals of the grain and demand from poultry feed sector, despite a concern over quality of domestic stocks, also supported prices. However, the overall sentiment remained bearish as demand from malt makers, the key buyers of the grain, remains subdued. Talks of import of barley are also seen capping gains in prices.

Jaipur barley up on bargain buying post 2-wk low.

Prices of barley rose in Jaipur due to bargain buying by domestic stockists after prices hit a two-week low of 1,340 rupees per 100 kg. In the benchmark market, Jaipur, barley was sold for 1,370 rupees per 100 kg, up 30 rupees. A fall in arrivals and improved demand from poultry feed sector also supported prices of the grain. Sluggish demand from malt makers, however, capped the gain in prices.

NCDEX barley up on demand from poultry feed sector.

Futures contracts of barley were up on the NCDEX, owing to improved demand from the poultry feed sector and domestic stockists. On NCDEX, the most active August contract was at 1,610 rupees per 100 kg, up 0.41%. Limited supplies in the benchmark spot market of Jaipur also supported contracts on the NCDEX. Talks of import of the grain from Argentina and sluggish demand from malt industries following concerns over quality of domestic stocks, however, capped gains in prices.

Jaipur barley down as rise in prices hit demand.

Prices of barley were down in Jaipur due to sluggish demand from stockists after prices hit a three-week high of 1,400 rupees per 100 kg. In the benchmark market of Jaipur, barley was sold for 1,380 rupees per 100 kg, down 20 rupees. Subdued demand from malt industries and talks of imports of the grain from Argentina following concerns over quality of the domestic stocks also weighed on prices. However, limited supplies and demand from poultry feed sector, cushioned the fall in prices. Arrivals were unchanged from Monday at 800-1,000 bags (1 bag = 85 kg).

NCDEX barley down tailing Jaipur spot market.

Futures contracts of barley were down on NCDEX, tailing weakness in the benchmark spot market of Jaipur. On NCDEX, the most-active August contract was at 1,608 rupees per 100 kg, down 0.16%. Prices of barley fell in Jaipur due to sluggish demand from stockists after prices hit a three-week high of 1,400 rupees per 100 kg.

Jaipur barley prices at 3-wk high on limited supply.

Prices of barley hit a three-week high in Jaipur due to limited supplies in the market and as demand from domestic stockists and poultry feed industry improved. In the benchmark market of Jaipur, barley was sold for 1,400 rupees per 100 kg, up 20 rupees. Arrivals were unchanged from Saturday at 800-1,000 bags (1 bag = 85 kg). However, concerns over quality of the domestic stock restricted demand from malt makers, thereby, capping gains in barley prices.

Barley down in Jaipur on low demand from brewers.

Prices of barley fell in Jaipur owing to sluggish demand from malt manufacturers as concern over quality of the domestic stock persisted. In the benchmark Jaipur market, barley was sold for 1,350 rupees per 100 kg, down 10 rupees. Talk that the grain will be imported from Argentina is also creating bearishness in the market. However, limited supply and improved demand from poultry feed sector cushioned the fall in prices.

Barley crop decline in Black Sea countries will support world prices in 2018/19 season.

Global consumption of barley in the 2018/19 season will still exceed its production in the top growing countries. It is worth pointing out that export prices at the start of the new season are appreciably higher than last year, even though the harvest is in full swing in some of the major growers. At the moment, prices are supported not only by all-time low barley carryovers but also by concerns about the size of the new crop. Thus, the world trade volume in the current season will significantly depend on export potential of key exporting countries, in particular major players such as Ukraine and Russia.

NCDEX barley down on profit booking post 15-month high.

The most active August contract of barley was down on the NCDEX due to profit booking after prices hit a 15-month high of 1,602 rupees per 100 kg. On the NCDEX, the August contract was at 1,591 rupees per 100 kg, down 0.2%. A fall in prices of the grain in the benchmark spot market of Jaipur, also weighed on the contracts. Prices of barley were down in Jaipur due to weak demand from malt industries following concern over the quality of domestic stocks.

Barley prices fall in Jaipur on concern over quality

Prices of barley fell in Jaipur, Rajasthan, because concern over quality of domestic stocks restricted demand from malt industries. A surge in arrivals of the grain amid subdued demand from domestic stockists also weighed on prices. Despite concern over quality, good demand from poultry feed industries cushioned fall in prices.

Barley prices rise in Jaipur on stockists’ demand

Prices of barley rose in Jaipur, Rajasthan, due to improved demand from domestic stockists amid shrinking supplies of the grain. Rising demand from malt industries also supported prices. Despite peak arrival season, supplies have declined because farmers are holding the produce in anticipation of a further rise in prices.

Shrinking supply lifts barley to 3-wk high in Jaipur

Prices of barley hit a three-week high in Jaipur, Rajasthan, due to shrinking supply along with improved demand from stockists and poultry feed companies. Supplies have declined as farmers hold back their produce expecting a further rise in prices.

Barley prices at 1-week high in Jaipur on low supply.

Prices of barley hit a one-week high in the benchmark market of Jaipur due to a fall in arrivals and improved demand from stockists. Demand from poultry feed industries also supported prices of the commodity. Subdued demand from malt manufacturing companies and imports of the coarse grain from Argentina, however, capped gains in prices.

Jaipur barley up on low supply despite peak season

Prices of barley rose in Jaipur, the benchmark market, due to a fall in arrivals despite its peak season. Supplies have declined because farmers are holding back their produce on expectation of a further rise in prices. However, weak demand from malt industries capped gains.

NCDEX barley up 1% as supplies seen falling

Barley contracts on the NCDEX rose over 1% because a likely fall in output is expected to lead to a decline in supplies. The most-active May contract on the NCDEX was up 1.1%. The landed price of barley is higher than the domestic rate which is encouraging buyers to procure from local market amid lower output of the grain this season.

Source says 85,000 tn Argentina barley arrived at Mundra port on Sat

About 85,000 tn of barley from Argentina arrived at the Mundra Port in Gujarat. The commodity has been contracted at $215 a tn, on cost-and-freight basis. Of the 85,000 tn barley, about 40,000 tn has been bought by Gurugram-based The Malt Co (India) Pvt Ltd, 20,000 tn by Haryana-based Barmalt Malting India Ltd, and the rest by SABMiller India. This is the second shipment of the grain and a total of 145,000 tn has been imported from Argentina since January. Traders estimate that barley output in 2017-18 (Jul-Jun) is likely to be at 1.0-1.1 mln tn, compared with 1.6 mln tn in 2016-17

Bulgaria keeps reducing barley acreage

Similar to other Black Sea countries, spring planting in Bulgaria lags far behind last year due to its delayed start. So, as of March 29, 2018, corn for grain had been sown on 0.5 Th ha versus 14.3 Th ha by the same date in 2017. Spring barley was planted on an area of 0.3 Th ha (2.3 Th ha in 2017). Feed pea plantings already reach 4.3 Th ha (20.0 Th ha) with those of oats totaling 1.1 Th ha (5.4 Th ha).