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Spot Pepper Remains Unchanged

12 Oct 2017 5:35 pm
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MUMBAI (Commoditiescontrol) – The spot pepper witnessed a steady trend on Thursday on matching demand and supply.

On the terminal market 16 tonnes of imported pepper were traded at Rs420 a kg while 10 tonnes of high range pepper were traded at Rs450-Rs455 a kg.

Spot prices ruled steady at Rs43200 (ungarbled) and Rs45200 (garbled) a quintal.

Indian parity in the international markets was at $7,200 a tonne cf Europe and $7,450 a tonne cf for USA.

The origins were quoting at much below the Malabar parity. Brazil was offering at $3,500 a tonne while  Indonesia $3,800 , Vietnam $4,200 a tonne. Sri Lanka was offering at $5,200 a tonne while buyers were at $5,000 a tonne, market sources said.

(By Commoditiescontrol Bureau; +91-22-40015533)


       
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