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25 Mar 2023 11:20 am
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Mumbai, 25 March (Commoditiescontrol): - Following are the key highlights of pulses market on Saturday.

15:04 IST
Orai Update - Chana price new gain by Rs 50 at Rs 4,900-5,000/100Kg on millers demand with arrivals of 250 katta.
New Masoor price trades unchanged at Rs 5,700-5,750/100Kg with arrivals of 400 Katta.
New White Matar stay steady at Rs 4,000-4,400/100Kg amid arrivals of 7000 Katta.
Green Matar new prices trades flat at Rs 5,000-5,1500/100Kg, as per quality with arrivals of 5000 katta.

14:58 IST
Jhansi Update: - New Chana price rose by Rs 50 at Rs 4,900-5,000/100Kg as buyers active amid less arrivals of 300 Katta, down from 500 katta during previous session.
On other hand, new Masoor price stay steady at Rs 5,600-5,700/100Kg with arrivals of 400 Katta.
Also, White Matar price remain flat at Rs 4,000-4,500/100Kg amid arrivals of 2000 Katta.
Green Matar price trades at Rs 4,500-5,400 with arrivals of 300 Katta, down from 500 Katta.

14:50 IST
Gulbarga Update - Tur price fall by Rs 50 at Rs 8,000-8,450/100Kg as millers seen inactive at higher rates due to thin offtake in Tur dal amid arrivals of 7000 Katta.
On other hand, steady trend seen in price of new Chana at Rs 4,600-4,800/100Kg on limited millers trade activity with less arrivals of 2000 Katta, down from 2500 Katta previous session.

14:49 IST
Latur Bilty Update - Tur & Chana price gain Rs 50 at Rs 8,550-8,600/100Kg & Rs 4,900-5,000 in bilty trade amid millers demand. Moreover, counter in Chana dal was witnessed today.

13:30 IST
Akola Update - Tur price trades in mandi at Rs 7,800-8,570/100Kg & Rs 8,675-8,700, firm by Rs 25 in bilty trade on regular millers buying activity. Arrivals of 3000 Katta reported compare to 5000 Katta during previous session.
Similarly, price of new Chana extend firm trade by Rs 25 at Rs 4,600-4,935/100Kg in mandi & Rs 5,000-5,025, firm by Rs 25 in bilty trade as millers active due to good offtake in Chana dal with less arrivals of 7000 katta, down from 8000 Katta.

13:13 IST
Jalgaon Update - Chana price up by Rs 50 at Rs 5,000-5,100/100Kg in bilty trade as millers active due to better demand.
Also, Moong price rose by Rs 300 at Rs 9,000-10,500/100Kg in bilty trade on increased buying in good quality Moong.

13:08 IST
Hinghanghat Update - Tur price up for third straight day by Rs 75-100 at Rs 7,800-9,350/100kg on increased millers buying amid arrivals of 2300 bags.
On other hand, Chana price stay unchanged at Rs 3,900-4,800/100kg on regular buying from local & outstation with increased arrivals of 9000 bags, up from 8000 bags during previous day.

13:01 IST
Jaipur Update - Both old & new Chana price gain by Rs 50-75 each to trade at Rs 5,250/100Kg & Rs 5,170 on mills buying. Also, Chana dal price up by Rs 5-75 at Rs 5,950-5,975 on good offtake.
Similarly,Moong price extend rise by Rs 200 at Rs 8,000-8,800/100kg amid increased millers demand. Moreover, Moong dal & mogar price up by Rs 300-400 each to trade at Rs 10,000/100Kg & Rs 10,400 due to better offtake in processed Moong.
Moth & Moth dal price inch higher by Rs 200-300 each to trade at Rs 6,500-7,100/100Kg & Rs 7,800-8,800 on fresh demand and negligible arrivals.

12:37 IST
Barshi Update - Tur price increased by Rs 100-200 each to trade at Rs 7,500-7,800/100Kg in Black variety, 7,000-8,200/100Kg in Red & Rs 7,500-8,200/100Kg in White on millers demand with arrivals of 100 bags.

12:11 IST

Kanpur Update - Price of new Tur Uttar Pradesh/Madhya Pradesh line down by Rs 100 at Rs 8,000/100kg & Rs 8,100 in bilty-delivery trade as millers seen inactive.
On the other hand, Price of white Matar Uttar Pradesh & Madhya Pradesh line firmed up by Rs 25 each to trade at Rs 4,400-4,575/100kg & Rs 4,350-4,525 in bilty-delivery trade on regular purchase.

11:59 IST
Latur Update - Local market closed due to labour issue.

11:07 IST
Nagpur Update - Tur & Chana price trades unchanged at Rs 8,700-8,750/100Kg & Rs 4,975-5,000 in bilty trade on limited millers buying activity.

11:05 IST
Amravati Update - Tur price stay unchanged at Rs 7,900-8,300/100kg with less arrivals of 2200 bags, down from 3500 bags in previous day.
On other hand, Chana price firm by Rs 25 at Rs 4,500-4,750/100kg amid less arrivals of 5000 bags, down from 7000 bags during previous session.

10:09 IST
Solapur Update - Pink variety Tur trades unchanged at Rs 7,500-8,650/100kg with less arrivals of 8 truck compare to 18 truck in previous day.
On other hand, Mill quality & anagiri variety Chana extend gain by Rs 50-75 each to trade at Rs 4,700-4,925/100kg & Rs 4,800-5,050 on increased mills buying amid arrivals of 10 truck.

(By Commoditiescontrol Bureau: +91-9820130172)


       
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