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Tur extend gain in Delhi, Masoor-Kabuli Chickpea & Rajma slips

21 Jan 2022 2:43 pm
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Mumbai, 21 Jan (Commoditiescontrol) – Burma Tur extended rise at Naya bazaar pulses market of Delhi, on Friday amid improved local mills trade activity.

Burma origin Lemon variety Tur new moved higher by Rs 50 at Rs 6,550/100kg in ready delivery due to better mills participation, following firm cues from other markets despite ongoing domestic arrivals, fresh overseas supplies at Mumbai and extension of restriction-free imports till June 2022. However, domestic arrivals contain moisture & average quality.

At Chennai, Burma lemon Tur priced at Rs 6,200/100Kg.

Forecast of rain and recent 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.

Vessel M V RISING from Mozambique had discharged 5600 MT till 21st Jan at Mumbai port. Vessel carrying 13,281 MT Mozambique Tur, 601.200 Malawi Tur, 513.625 Mozambique Moong, 3159.206 Mozambique Cowpea.

Burma Urad SQ variety old traded at Rs 6,800/100Kg.

Canada-Madhya Pradesh origin Masoor fell each by Rs 25-75 at Rs 7,400/100Kg and Rs 7,700, respectively as millers refrained from purchasing at higher rates, Nafed active for sale of imported-domestic Masoor at various centers, limited offtake in processed Masoor.

Meanwhile, stock of imported Masoor were higher compare to domestic Masoor stock. Prices of imported Masoor were higher at international market and disparity in import.

Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh Kabuli Chickpea along with Indore origin Mexican double dollar Kabuli Chickpea declined in the range of Rs 200-300/100Kg due to lack of local buying activity following weak trend in Chana. Arrivals of new Chana witnessed in selected markets of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.

China origin Rajma slipped by Rs 200 at Rs 12600/100Kg on slack buying activities. Madras origin new crop Rajma both uncleaned and sortex variety also dropped each by Rs 500 at Rs 12500/100Kg and Rs 14000, respectively.

Following are rates (Rs/100Kgs) of various pulses (Imported & Desi) in Delhi today:



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


       
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