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Spot Coriander Prices Up On Increased Buying

20 Sep 2019 6:55 pm
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MUMBAI (Commoditiescontrol) - Spot coriander prices ruled mostly higher at major markets in Gujarat and Rajasthan on Friday due to increased buying.

While the spice remained unchanged at the Kota and Baran markets.

At the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX), coriander for delivery in October moved lower by Rs 31 or 0.5 percent at Rs 6,150 per quintal with an open interest of 24,620 lots.


Commodity

Market

Variety

Min Today(Rs/100Kg)

Max Today(Rs/100Kg)

Min Previous Day

Max Previous Day

Change(Max Today-Prev Max)

Arrival

Dhaniya

Kota

BADAMI

5500

5600

5500

5600

0

300

Dhaniya

Kota

Eagle

5800

5900

5800

5900

0

Dhaniya

Ramaganj

EAGLE

6400

6500

6400

6400

100

3500

Dhaniya

Ramaganj

BADAMI

6100

6200

6100

6100

100

Dhaniya

Baran

BADAMI

5600

5700

0

2000

Dhaniya

Baran

EAGLE

5800

6000

0

Dhaniya

Rajkot

BAGAMI (20 Kg)

1040

1150

1020

1120

30

350

Dhaniya

Rajkot

EAGLE (20 Kg)

1140

1200

1120

1170

30

Dhaniya

Rajkot

SCOOTER (20 Kg)

1190

1300

1170

1270

30

Dhaniya

Gondal

SCOOTER (20 Kg)

1320

1370

1300

1350

20

2500

Dhaniya

Gondal

EAGLE + (20 Kg)

1220

1270

1200

1250

20


       
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