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Domestic Tur traded mixed in selective mkt, imported variety dip in Mumbai-Delhi

2 Dec 2021 6:43 pm
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Mumbai, 2 Dec (Commoditiescontrol) – Domestic Tur traded mixed, as per quality on Thursday, in selected markets due to limited participation by the millers, arrivals of new Tur at selected markets and overseas supplies.

New Tur traded weak by Rs 40 at Rs 5,800-6,120/100Kg, as per quality at Solapur market with increased arrivals of 14 truckloads.

At Dahod market, new Tur traded flat at Rs 5,400-5,450/100Kg with arrivals of 100 bags.

Tanzania origin Matwara variety Tur remained weak by Rs 50 at Rs 5,050-5,100/100Kg. While, Tanzania origin Arusha Tur quoted unchanged at Rs 5,100-5,200/100Kg. Mozambique origin gajri variety also offered unchanged at Rs 5,000-5,100. Malawi Tur also stayed steady at Rs 4,650-4,750. Sudan Tur also remained flat at Rs 6,050-6,100.

Tur lemon variety of Burma-origin new also priced flat at Rs 5,900/100Kg due to thin participation from millers.

At Delhi, Burma origin Lemon variety Tur new remained weak by Rs 50 at Rs 6,300/100Kg respectively due to slack mills trade. While, old variety priced unchanged at Rs 6,150.

Vessel M V POLARIS Z from Mozambique had discharged 1920 MT till 2nd Dec at Mumbai port. Vessel carrying 17,700 MT Mozambique Tur.

Vessel M V BLUE ALEXANDRA carrying 28,135 MT Mozambique Tur in bulk and bags is expected to arrive at Mumbai port on 6th December, 2021, according to a shipping agency.

Rainfall was witnessed from last couple of days in major Tur producing belts.

However, Tur prices likely to get support as harvest of new Tur crop to be delayed due to rainfall and cloudy weather at producing belt and forecast of rain will also affect quality.

The crop loss likely to be as 20-40% in Andhra Pradesh-Karnataka this year. Tur crop has been damaged by 10-15% in Maharashtra. Total output likely to be lower by 20%.

Also, Tur dal purchased tender by government agencies likely to support prices.

In the overseas markets, Tur Lemon-Linkhey varieties priced weak by $10 each at $750 per ton, respectively on a CNF basis in Burma. Meanwhile, no buyers from India were active in purchasing Tur at prevailing rates.

The government extended the free import policy for Tur-Urad till 31 January 2022.

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(By Commoditiescontrol Bureau; +91-22-40015513)

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