Prices of tur in Akola fell because of subdued purchases by millers amid expectations of near record output this season. Tur output in 2016-17 (Jul-Jun) was estimated at record high of 4.78 million metric tonne.
Prices of tur at Akola in Maharashtra were up because of demand from dal millers along with strength in the chana prices. In the key market of Kalburagi, Karnataka, tur was steady.
Prices of tur in Akola fell to a three-month low due to sluggish demand from dal millers. Auction of tur by government agencies along with expectations of higher output of the pulse in the country is also seen weighing on prices.
Prices of tur at Akola in Maharashtra fell as demand from dal millers was subdued. Weakness in chana prices also dampened the sentiment.
Tur prices in Akola rose slightly due to a rise in demand from dal millers and positive sentiment created with the procurement of pulses by the government.
Tur prices fell in Akola due to concerns over start of sale by the government at lower rates amid expectations of higher yield of the pulse this season.
Prices of urad in Akola, Maharashtra, fell due to sluggish demand. However, expectations of lower output of the commodity this season, along with buying of the new crop in some states, is likely to push prices higher in the coming months.
Tur down in Akola as govt may sell stock at low rate.
Prices of urad down in Akola on sluggish demand.
Prices of tur in Akola down because of a decline in demand from millers and expectations of higher yield due to favourable weather. Reports of sale of the pulses by the government from its buffer stocks is also seen creating bearish sentiment
MMTC to auction tur, urad via NCDEX e-markets on Oct 05.
Tur prices down in Akola on lower demand from mills.
MMTC will offer 4,304 MT of tur imported from Malawi and Mozambique, 3,438 MT of masoor imported from Canada and 1,279 MT of urad imported from Myanmar, for auction through NCDEX e-markets. Pulses, to be auctioned, are stocked at Central Warehousing Corp and other godowns in Maharashtra, Gujarat, West Bengal, and Tamil Nadu.
Tur up in Akola, Kalaburagi shut on Dussehra holidays
Prices of tur in Akola up slightly due to demand from dal millers while the market in Kalaburagi, Karnataka was closed on the occasion of Dussehra.
Prices of tur in Kalaburagi were up because of a rise in demand from millers. Acreage of tur across the country is down 19% on year at 4.2 million ha. This is also seen supporting the upside in tur prices. The country harvested 9.33 million tonne Chana in the last crop year ended June, up sharply from 7.06 million in the previous year. Traders, however, believe that the government’s data on chana production was inflated, and the crop may have been much smaller, as stocks are low.
Prices of tur in the benchmark market of Akola, Maharashtra, rose a tad because of expectations of a revival in demand. Expectations of near record output in Karnataka are seen weighing on tur prices. The first advance estimates, production of tur in 2017-18 is estimated at 3.99 million tonne, down from 4.78 million tonne the previous year.
Tur prices tad up in Akola on low output worries.
Prices of tur at Akola in Maharashtra rose marginally due to concern over low output this year. The government has pegged the 2017-18 tur output at 3.99 mln tn, down from 4.78 mln tn the previous year.
Prices of tur at Akola in Maharashtra were down because of weak demand and sale of the commodity by government agencies. In Mumbai, lemon tur was down 50 rupees and in Kalaburagi, a key market, it was down by 150 rupees.