Monday, November 29, 1999

Moong rises on selective buying

News posted by

New Delhi, June 18 (PTI) Moong and its dal prices gained Rs 100 per quintal in the wholesale pulses market today on selective buying followed by pick up in demand from retailers. However, moth and arhar lacked necessary buying support and ended lower. Marketmen said pick up in retailers demand helped moong and its dal prices to improve at the wholesale market. Moong gained Rs 100 to Rs 6,300-6,600, while its dal chilka local and moong dhoya local traded higher by the similar margin at Rs 7,000-7,400 and Rs 7,100-7,300 per quintal. On the other side, moth, arhar and its arhar dal dara variety were down by Rs 100 each to Rs 5,700-6,000, Rs 4,300- 4,400 and Rs 5,350-5,750 per quintal, respectively. Following are today''s quotations in Rs per quintal: Urad 5,300-5,850, Urad chilka (local) 6,200-6,600, best 7,100-7,400, Dhoya 7,200-7,300, Moong 6,300-6,600, Dal moong chilka local 7,000-7,400, Moong Dhoya local 7,100-7,300 and best quality 7,500-7,700. Masoor small 3,300-3,500, bold 3,500-3,750, Dal Masoor local 4,000-4,100, best quality 4,300-4,600, Malka local 4,100-4,150, best 4,250-4,350, Moth 5,700-6,000, Arhar 4,300-4,400, dal arhar dara 5,350-5,750. Gram 2,125-2,200, gram dal (local) 2,400-2,425, best quality 2,600-2,700, besan (35 kg) Shakti bhog 1,050, Rajdhani 1,050, Rajmah chitra Pune 3,300-3,900, China 3,400- 3,900, red 3,400-3,500, kabli gram small 3,000-4,200, dabra 2,700-2,800, imported 4,500-4,900, lobia 3,700-3,800, peas white 1,600- 1,700 and green 1,800-2,000.

News posted by

Click here to read more news from
Please follow our blogs



No comments:

Post a Comment