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Domestic-imported Tur extend rise at major mkts amid improved mills purchase

20 Jan 2022 10:31 pm
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Mumbai, 20 Jan (Commoditiescontrol) – Domestic Tur extended gains by Rs 50-150/100Kg, as per quality on Thursday, in major markets amid mills participation despite ongoing domestic arrivals. However, domestic arrivals contain moisture & average quality and also below expectation arrivals.

Moreover, some action in Tur dal was witnessed at prevailing rates.

Similarly, Tur lemon variety of Burma-origin new moved higher for third straight day gained by Rs 100 at Rs 6,200/100Kg on good mills participation despite ongoing domestic arrivals and fresh overseas supplies at Mumbai.

Vessel M V RISING from Mozambique had discharged 4232 MT till 20th Jan at Mumbai port. Vessel carrying 13,281 MT Mozambique Tur, 601.200 Malawi Tur, 513.625 Mozambique Moong, 3159.206 Mozambique Cowpea.

Imported variety of other origins, Tanzania origin Arusha variety Tur ruled higher by Rs 100 each at Rs 5,400-5,450/100Kg. Sudan Tur also rise by Rs 100 at Rs 6,400-6,450. Mozambique origin gajri variety also moved higher by Rs 50 at Rs 5,300-5,350. Malawi Tur also gained by Rs 100 at Rs 4,850-4,950.While, Matwara variety Tur priced unchanged at Rs 5,250-5,350.

At Delhi, Burma origin Lemon variety Tur new moved higher by Rs 125 at Rs 6,500/100kg in ready delivery due to better mills participation, following firm cues from other markets.

Vessel M V ISKANDAR carrying about 46638 tonnes of Mozambique Tur discharging its cargo at Mumbai Port (Haji Bunder), according to a shipping agency.

Rainfall in the major producing areas during harvesting period has damage-delay & shrink new Tur crop. As per the analysts, crop loss would be around 20-30 percent due to rain and this may support its prices.

Stockiest were sidelined and kept close watch on arrival pressure at Vidarbha (Maharashtra) in coming days. Market participants were cautious and uncertain for long term stocking purpose as government given extension of restriction-free imports till June 2022.

In the overseas markets, Tur Lemon-Linkhey varieties rise by $15-20 each at $820 per ton, respectively on a CNF basis in Burma amid India buying activity.

India buyers has purchased today some quantity of Tur Lemon new crop 2022 cargo at $700 per metric ton on FOB basis shipment against January end for Chennai.

Also, buyers were interested more quantity to purchase Tur Lemon new crop 2022 cargo at $700 per metric ton on FOB basis. But, sellers were interested to liquidate at $730-$735. Still, no trade at higher rates was reported.

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

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