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Spot Pepper Rules Steady In Sluggish Activities

19 Aug 2019 6:23 pm
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MUMBAI (Commoditiescontrol) – The spot pepper ruled steady on Monday amid matching demand and supply albeit in sluggish activities.

Arrivals continued to stay thin. Demand was also poor, trade sources said.

On the terminal market 10 tonnes of pepper arrived from the Coorg region of Karnataka and that were traded at Rs 325 a kg, they said.

Spot prices remained unchanged today at Rs 33,500 (ungarbled) and Rs 35,500 (garbled) a quintal.

Indian parity in the international markets was at $5,200 a tonne c&f for Europe and $5,450 a tonne c&f for USA.


(By Commoditiescontrol Bureau)


       
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