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Upward Trend Continues In Spot Pepper

15 Mar 2019 5:38 pm
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KOCHI (Commoditiescontrol) - Upward trend continued in the spot pepper on Friday as sellers were keeping away from the markets, anticipating    further rise in the prices.

On the terminal market 15 tonnes of pepper arrived and of this five tonnes from Idukki district of Kerala were traded at Rs335 a kg while 10 tonnes from Pulpally and Bathery were traded at Rs325 a kg.   Processors have bought it.    Spot prices moved up further by Rs100 a quintal to close at 33,100 (ungarbled) and Rs35,100 (garbled) a quintal.   Indian parity in the international markets was at $5,300 a tonne c&f for Europe and $5,550 a tonne c & f for USA. e.o.m.  

(By Commoditiescontrol Bureau; +91-22-40015567)

 

 


       
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