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Indore market price 20-8-2022

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Published: August 20, 2022 06:08:54 pm

bullion market…
Indore. Due to the fall in the international market, the prices of gold and silver decreased in the domestic market. After going up to $ 1748.60 an ounce on Comex, it was at $ 1747.60 an ounce. Silver traded higher at $ 19.47 an ounce and later settled at $ 19.06 an ounce. Indore bullion market closing price: Gold Cadbury (99.50) Rs 52650 per ten grams. Silver (SA) stood at Rs 57,000 per kg. Gold Cadbury 52950 rupees per ten grams in RTGS. Silver (SA) Chaurasa stood at Rs 57000/kg. The silver coin stood at Rs 750 per piece.
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80 thousand sacks of onion arrival
Indore. Due to the increase in the arrival of onions in the Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Fruit and Vegetable Wholesale Market, there was a fall in the price. 80 thousand sacks of onion and 7 thousand sacks of garlic arrived in Indore mandi. Onion Best 1200 to 1300, Average 900 to 1200, Golta 500 to 900, Golti 200 to 500, Aloo Jyoti 1500 to 1600, Chips Sona 1400 to 1550, Garlic Unti Super 2500 to 2800, Bold 2100 to 2200, Average 1700 to 2000 quintal sold.
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Soya refined oil down to Rs 1215 level
Indore. The slowdown in the overseas markets coupled with weak demand at the domestic level led to a slowdown in soya oil. Soya refined oil sold at Rs 1215 per 10 kg in Luz. Malaysian palm oil products exports grew by 9.1 per cent to 728,165 tonnes from 667,509 tonnes during July 1-20. Crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives is likely to decline next week on profit-booking activity. Jim Teh, senior palm oil trader at Interband Group of Companies, said price volatility is expected to be between RM3,200 and RM3,700 per tonne next week. The lower forecast is mainly due to higher July CPO stocks in Malaysia and Indonesia. The demand is so – so (neither too good nor too bad),” he told Burnama. The Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) in its report released on August 10 said that Malaysia’s CPO stock for July 2022 stood at 2.79 percent. It increased to 905,946 tonnes from 881,315 tonnes recorded in June 2022.
Loose oil (per ten kg) : Indore Groundnut Oil 1645 to 1650, Mumbai Groundnut Oil 1625, Indore Soyabean Refined 1215 to 1220, Indore Soyabean Solvent 1185 to 1190, Mumbai Soya Refined 1250, Mumbai Palm Oil 1250, Indore Palm 1280, Rajkot Telia 2580 to 2600, Gujarat Loose 1650, Cottonseed Oil Indore Rs.1425.
Oilseeds : Mustard 5900 to 6150, Raida 5700 to 5900, Toli 4100 to 4150, Soyabean 5700 to 6080 rupees quintal. Soybean DOC spot 48500 to 50000 ton.
Soybean Price of Plants: Betul 6150, Casta 6000, Khandwa Oil 6100, Dhanuka 6100, MS Neemuch 5950, Prakash 6125, Seoni 6000 and AV 6025 Rs.
Cotton cake (60 kg bharti) without tax rate – Indore 2225, Dewas 2225, Ujjain 2225, Khandwa 2200, Burhanpur 2200, Akola Rs 3100.
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Grain Market..
Tuvar sowing reduced by 3.3 lakh hectare to 43.38 lakh hectare
Indore. Due to reduced sowing of Tuvar, there is no possibility of recession in it, although due to sharp eyes of the government, there may not be a long boom in Tuvar. Sowing of Tuvar decreased by 3.3 lakh hectare from last year to 43.38 lakh hectare. Decreased sowing is sure to result in a fall in production. This year the production is expected to be 38 to 40 lakh tonnes.
Tuvar imports decreased
According to sources, during the first four months of the current financial year 2022-23, from April to July, import of Tuvar has been 78,743 tonnes, while its export was only 75,551 tonnes in the same period of the financial year. In July of the current financial year, imports have come down to 12,434 tonnes as against 37,000 tonnes in July last year.
There is no possibility of big boom in urad
In Burma, urad FAQ and SQ for September shipment CADF Chennai remained stable at $880 and $1,020 a tonne, respectively. During this, the prices of lemon tur remained at the previous level of $ 940 per tonne. If the weather is favorable in the producing states, the arrival of new urad will start in the mandis in September, and its daily arrivals will increase in October. One should not do business assuming a big boom in urad. Burma has a large outstanding stock of urad, with India being the largest importer. Hence, arrival of the domestic crop may put pressure on its prices in Burma. In Chennai, spot delivery price of Urad SQ increased by Rs 8,150, while September delivery price was Rs 8,200 per quintal. During this time, urad prices remained stable at Rs 7,125 per quintal.
lentil prices fall
With the fall in the prices of lentils in the world market, the prices of lentils in the mandis were registered due to cheap imports. Increase in production estimates of lentils in Canada as well as Australia is likely to keep pressure on its prices in the international market for now. In Indore Mandi, the price of lentils declined by Rs 50 to Rs 6550 per quintal, while the price of Australian lentil also weakened by Rs 50 to Rs 6,350 to Rs 6475 per quintal.
New moong arrival starts
The arrival of new moong of Kharif season has started in the major mandis of Karnataka. Delhi delivery has been traded at Rs 6,850 per quintal. According to experts, if the weather remains clear, the arrival of kharif moong will increase in the coming days, due to which the prices may come down. On the other hand, moong prices fell by Rs 100 to Rs 6,100 to Rs 6,700 per quintal in Jalgaon mandi of Maharashtra, while chamki moong remained stable at Rs 7,000 to 7,500 per quintal. Talking about the mandis of Rajasthan and Haryana, the price of Moong in Sri Ganganagar Mandi was Rs 5875, Ghadsana Moong Rs 6080, Jaipur Moong Rs 6850, Ellenabad Moong Rs 5700, Siwani Moong Rs 5700, Sirsa Moong Rs 6100 per quintal.
Area under sowing of pulse crops decreased by 5.34 percent
According to the Ministry of Agriculture, till August 19, 2022, the sowing of pulse crops during the kharif season 2022 has come down by 5.34 percent in 125.57 lakh hectares, as compared to 132.65 lakh hectares in the same period of the last kharif season.
Mumbai Stomach But imported gram Tanzania 4675, Kabuli Sudan 6000, Lentil Australia 6700, Masoor Mundra 6275, Tuvar Lemon 7350, Tuvar Africa 7850, Tuvar Arusha 5950, Gajri 5900 and Urad FAQ 7200 rose by Rs.
Pulses- Chana 5000 to 5050, Vishal 4700 to 4925, Dunki Chana 4400 to 4550, Masoor 6550, Tuvar Maharashtra 7800 to 8100, Karnataka 8000 to 8200, Nimadi 7000 to 7600, Moong 6500 to 6600, Average 5500 to 6000, Urad 7400 to 7800, Medium 6300 to 6800, summer urad 7000 to 7600 rupees quintal.
Pulses- Chana Dal 6200 to 6300, Medium 6400 to 6500, Bold 6600 to 6700, Masoor Dal Medium 7650 to 7750, Bold 7850 to 7950, Toovar Dal Sava No. 9600 to 9700, Phool 9800 to 9900, Best Toovar Dal 10000 to 11200, Moong Dal Medium 8600 to 8700, Bold 8800 to 8900, Moong Mogar 8800 to 9000, Bold 9100 to 9200, Urad Dal Medium 9100 to 9200, Bold 9300 to 9400, Urad Mogar 9800 to 9900, Bold 10000 to 10100.
Kabli Chana Container Price
Kabali Chana (40-42) 11600, (42-44) 11400, (44-46) 11200, (58-60) 10100 Rs.
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Tender for copra gola went to Tiptur for Rs 135.55
The prices of cumin and black pepper increased rapidly at the centers
Indore. In the midst of normal business in the grocery market, the prices of cumin and black pepper were sharp at the centers. Black pepper rose by Rs 2 per kg, while cumin became costlier by Rs 5. In Tiptur, the tender for copra gola was reduced to Rs 135.55. There 4500 sacks arrived.
Shaker S 3650 to 3700, Shaker M Super 3720 to 3750, M Shaker 3775 to 3825, Gur Bheli 3320, Katora 3525, Laddu 3620, Organic 6000, Singhada Bada 180 to 200, Chota 140 to 160, Sachasabu Agmark (1 kg packing) 8670, Sachasabu Agmark (half kg packing) 8730, Sachasabu Agmark 200 g 8930, Sachasabu Khirdana 500 g 8870, Sachasabu vase 500 g 9000, Sachasabu Chanidana 500 g 8870, Sachamoti Agmark (1 kg packing) 8670, Loose Common Variety (25 kg) ) at Rs.8100 per quintal. 175 to 190 in copra gola box, copra bura 2000 to 3200 rupees.
Spices : Black pepper 525 to 530, Minute 545 to 550, Peanut 565 to 590, Haldi Nizamabad 100 to 120, Haldi Sangli 160 to 165, Turmeric powder 1750 to 1850, Cumin Rajasthan 260 to 265, Unjha 270 to 280, Medium 280 to 285, Best 290 to 315, fennel thick 125 to 135, medium 145 to 155, best 180 to 200, fine 190 to 210, clove current 675 to 680, best 690 to 725, cinnamon 285 to 295, nutmeg 750 to 850, mace 2000 to 2100 , Big Cardamom 725 to 775, Best 800 to 900, Patharphool 340 to 380, Best 550, Badyan Phool 690 to 780, Shahjira Khar 310 to 320, Green 440 to 455, Tejpan 85 to 90, Watermelon Magaz 250 to 260, Nagkesar 625 To 660, Saunth 140 to 250, Poppy seeds 655 to 670, Best 875 to 975, Extra best 1100 to 1275, Dholi Musli 850 to 925, Asafoetida 751- 3200, 10 gm in sachet 3280, 121-50 gm 3000, in sachet 10 grams 3080, 111-50 grams 2800, 10 grams 2880 in sachet, powder 800, green cardamom 825 to 875, medium 950 to 1050, best 1125 to 1375, extra best 1650 to 1800, panbar Rs 1600.
dry fruits : Cashew W 240 No. 790 to 830, Cashew W 320 No. 700 to 725, Cashew W. One 675 to 690, Cashew SW 300- 660 to 675, SS W 660, Cashew JH 700 to 725, Piece 670 to 690, Almond Independent 550 To 560, American 640 to 645, Best 650, Thick grain 750 to 800, Tanch 500 to 525, Kharak 110 to 125, Medium 130 to 145, Best 155 to 210, Extra best 220 to 290, Raisin Kandhari 330 to 400, Best 450, Indian 190 to 210, Best 250, Charoli 900 to 1050, Best 1150 to 1175, Munakka 450 to 550, Best 600, Extra best 825, Fig 650 to 825, Best 950 to 1100, Makhana 625 to 650, Best 675 825, Pistachio Fat 1675 to 1725, Kandhari 1760 to 1885, Salted Pistachio 900 to 1000, Walnut 385 to 425, Best 550 to 600, Jardalu 250 to 350, Best 450 to 600 rupees.
Worship Material: Coconut 120 Bharti 1750 to 1800, 160 Recruitment 2000 to 2050, 200 Bharti 2250 to 2300, 250 Bharti 2550 to 2600, Desi Kapoor 960 to 975, Pooja Badam 70 to 75, Best 155 to 165, Pooja Supari 460 to 480, Aretha 125 , Kesar 145 to 150, Best 163.50, Sindoor (25 kg) Rs 6600.
Atta-Maida: Flour mill 1400, 1570 in rava katta, maida 1520, gram gram flour Rs 3400 per 50 kg sack.
Indore Mawa Rs 320 a kg. Ujjain Mawa Rs 280 kg.

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