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Burma, Tanzania Tur rise in Mumbai on improved mills buying

27 Jun 2022 1:23 pm
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Mumbai, 27 Jun (Commoditiescontrol): Prices of imported Tur moved higher on increased mills buying while Urad quoted unchanged at Mumbai pulses market on Monday.

Burma origin Lemon variety Tur along with Tanzania origin Arusha Tur moved higher each by Rs 50/100Kg as buying by the mills has improved, following firm cues from domestic markets, traders said.

Moreover, prices also received support due to less ready stock, and lower imports due to price disparity. Further, a slow down in domestic arrivals especially average quality was supportive for the market.

There is limited selling interest for the good quality Tur.

Apart from loss in acreage due to delayed monsoon another reason is the shift in acreage to other crops such as cotton and soybean due to better returns.

Though the monsoon has recovered in last few days, still recovery is not sufficient to make up for losses. However, there is still time available for sowing and the window is open till July last.

Tur lemon variety of Burma-origin was offered Rs 50 higher at Rs 6,350/100Kg at Mumbai on increased mill purchase.

Tur of African origins too gained in the Mumbai market. Tanzania origin Arusha variety added Rs 50 at Rs 5,550-5,600/100Kg. Matwara variety was offered unchanged at Rs 5,450. Mozambique origin Gajri variety offered steady at Rs 5,450. Malawi Tur priced higher at Rs 4,950-5,050.

Following are rates (Rs/100kg) of various pulses in Mumbai today:

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

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