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Urad Pares Early Losses In Mumbai; Imported Tur, Chana Weak

17 Feb 2017 6:06 pm
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MUMBAI (Commoditiescontrol) – Imported tur and chana quoted lower at Mumbai pulse market during evening trade session. Meanwhile, prices of urad bounced back on Friday.

Burma Tur:
Burma origin lemon tur offered lower by Rs.50 at Rs 4,200/100Kgs following weak trend of domestic market. Further, traders said subdued buying by millers and stockiest owing to downfall in demand from retailers accompanied with increasing supplies from producing belts mainly led to decline in tur.

Further, poor off take in new domestic tur prices due to increased arrivals of kharif. Bumper crop report and rise in arrival of both domestic and imported crop had dented the prices.

According to shipping agency, around 30 containers (Each container = 24 MT) of tur out of which 25 containers from Burma had arrived today Mumbai port.

Burma Urad:
Burma origin FAQ variety of urad bounced back and offered firm by Rs.50/100Kgs amid fresh enquiry of buying despite of fresh supply in containers at Mumbai port. Around 10 containers of urad from Burma had arrived today.

However, millers and traders are active in processing domestic urad as they are available at lower rates and also ongoing arrivals in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh at reasonable price for their requirements. Supply pressure of new Burma urad expected to rise in near future.

Imported Chana:
Australia chana in ready delivery pared early gains offered at Rs.5,350/100Kgs, down Rs.100 due to weak buying support from millers at prevailing rates and sufficient supply from overseas. Further, demand and volume in chana dal had diminished mainly due to vatana dal and besan available at lower rate. Similarly, Australia chana at Mundra port weak by Rs.50 at Rs.5,400/100Kgs on slack demand.

According to shipping agency, around 85 containers of chana from Australia had arrived at JNPT port of Mumbai on 17th February.

Meanwhile in Delhi, rates for Australia origin chana quoted at Rs.5,625/100Kgs, eased by Rs.150 due to dull buying from local mills.

On the other hand, chana katewala variety offered at Rs.5,400-5,450/100Kgs up by Rs.50, at the benchmark market of Indore in Madhya Pradesh amid  trade activity.

Following are the rates (Rs/100Kgs) of imported pulses at Mumbai market today:

Variety Sub_Var1 Price Prev_Price
Black Matpe (Urad) FAQ 5150 5150
Black Matpe (Urad) SQ 5900 5900
Chickpea (Chana) Australia (Mundra Port) 5400 5350
Chickpea (Chana) Australia 5350 5325
Lentil (Masoor) Canda Crimson 4100/4200 4100/4200
Pea (Matar) Canada White (Hazira Port) 2401 2401
Pea (Matar) Russia White 2375 2350
Pea (Matar) Canada White 2411 2411
Pea (Matar) Canada Green 2850 2850
Pigeon Pea (Tur) Lemon 4200 4250

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

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