Strong fall in gold due to foreign recession | Strong fall in gold due to foreign recession

Indore market price 15 September 2022: Gold came down below 50 thousand in futures trade

Indore

Published: September 15, 2022 07:28:58 pm

bullion market…
Indore. Due to the slowdown in the international market, the prices of gold fell at the domestic level. Gold was sold below 50 thousand in MCX. After going up to $ 1693.80 an ounce on Comex, it was at $ 1684.80 an ounce. Silver traded higher at $ 19.64 an ounce and later settled at $ 19.28 an ounce. Indore bullion market closing price: Gold Cadbury (99.50) Rs 51500 per ten grams. Silver (SA) stood at Rs 57,400 per kg. Gold Cadbury 51500 rupees per ten grams in RTGS. Silver (SA) Chaurasa stood at Rs 57,400 a kg. The silver coin stood at Rs 750 per piece.
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Soya oil softens due to foreign fall
Indore. Domestic soya oil prices remained soft due to the fall in overseas markets. Sources say that there is a lack of subscription in the oil market. Good buying is expected in oils from Navratri, although there is no possibility of a long rise in oils due to government strictness.
Loose oil (per 10 kg) : Indore Groundnut Oil 1680 to 1700, Mumbai Groundnut Oil 1690, Indore Soyabean Refined 1145 to 1150, Indore Soyabean Solvent 1110 to 1115, Mumbai Soya Refined 1180, Mumbai Palm Oil 940, Indore Palm 1005, Rajkot Telia 2660, Gujarat Loose 1700, Cotton Oil Indore Rs 1280.
Oilseeds: Mustard 5500 to 5800, Raida 5400 to 5500, Soyabean 4800 to 5300 rupees quintal. Soybean DOC spot 42000 to 42500 ton.
Soybean prices of plants: Betul 5600, Prestige 5400, Lakshmi 5350, Kasta 5350, Sanwaria 5250, Khandwa 5400, Ruchi 5350, Dhanuka 5430, MS Pachora 5400, Prakash 5555, Seoni 5100 and AV Rs 5350.
Cotton cake (60 kg bharti) without tax rate – Indore 2000, Dewas 2000, Ujjain 2000, Khandwa 1950, Burhanpur 1950, Akola Rs 2900.
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Grain Market..
Nafed procures 1500 metric tonnes of imported urad
Indore. National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Limited (Nafed) has procured a total of 1500 metric tonnes of imported urad. Out of the total 1500 MT quantity, Nafed has procured 500 MT imported FAQ urad at Chennai port at Rs 7,175 per quintal, while the remaining 1000 MT imported urad has been procured at Mumbai port at Rs 7,490 per quintal.
There is still a long time left in the arrival of the new crop. On the other hand, due to shortage of material in the pipeline, there is a possibility of further increase of Rs 500 in future.
Purchase increased in Tuvar
Due to increase in buying in Tuvar, the price has increased. In the last one month, there was a fall of Rs 600 in lemon tur, which was sold above Rs 7200 per quintal, its prices have started speaking at Rs 7450 today. Now the goods are not available in Chennai and Delhi in the lower price and the incoming container is being sold for Rs 7600 and tiller of October is Rs 7800. It is worth noting that no one is involved in spot loading from Chennai and there are also tuvar deals in Sudan and Tanzania, but there is not much cargo there either. There is news of selling some goods at a price of $ 705 per ton, but not much will be available in the future. The exporters are speaking higher prices due to the lack of lemon tuvar stock in Burma. The new crop of lemon tuvar will come after seven-eight months and the domestic crop is not going to come before 5 months. This is the reason why the market is going to remain bullish for now. Here lemon tuvar, which is saying Rs 7450 per quintal today, its price can become Rs 8000 in future. 8000 in Nagpur is speaking. In Amravati also, the price of Rs 7800 has gone up. In the past, the markets were definitely broken due to the panic of the government, but there is not much cargo at any port in Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Mundra and Mumbai, due to which the pulse mills are not getting the goods. Going forward, the market is looking more sharp from here, so there is no risk in the trading of the current price and there is going to be a lot of profit going forward. The new crop of Tuvar will come from Maharashtra-Karnataka in December-January. In the productive areas of Maharashtra, there is news of crop damage due to the continuous rains of the last days. Sowing has been less in Karnataka and there is not much achievement in terms of consumption in Rangoon, due to which the exporters there are saying higher prices.
Imported gram Tanzania 4450, Kabuli Sudan 6000, Masoor Australia 6200, Tuvar Gajri 52000, Tuvar Arusha 5350 and Urad FAQ 7250 rose by Rs.
Pulses- Chana 4775 to 4800, Vishal 4450 to 4625, Dunki Chana 4200 to 4400, Masoor 6000 to 6050, Tuvar Maharashtra 7500 to 7700, Karnataka 7700 to 7900, Nimadi 6600 to 7100, Moong rain 6700 to 7000, Moong old 6400 6700, Average 5500 to 6000, Urad 7400 to 7600, Medium 6300 to 6800, Light Urad 2500 to 4500 rupees quintal.
Pulses- Chana Dal 6000 to 6100, Medium 6200 to 6300, Bold 6400 to 6500, Masoor Dal Medium 7350 to 7450, Bold 7550 to 7650, Toovar Dal Sava No. 8800 to 8900, Phool 9200 to 9300, Best Toovar Dal 9200 to 10900, Moong Dal Medium 8600 to 8700, Bold 8800 to 8900, Moong Mogar 8800 to 8900, Bold 9000 to 9100, Urad Dal Medium 9000 to 9100, Bold 9200 to 9300, Urad Mogar 9200 to 9300, Bold 9400 to 9500 rupees.
Kabli Chana Container Price
Kabali Chana (40-42) 11400, (42-44) 11200, (44-46) 11000, (58-60) 10000 Rs.
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Decline in black pepper due to reduced exports
Indore. The export value of black pepper of the country has been decreasing continuously in the last one month. The price of our country’s export pepper has decreased by USD 400/tonne as compared to August 15, currently only USD 3,350/tonne with 500 g/l of black pepper; The price of white pepper dropped to USD 5,300/tonne; Below 300 USD/Ton. According to sources, weak demand is still one of the reasons preventing a correction in pepper prices in the coming months. Due to the decrease in exports, the price of black pepper is being registered.
Shaker S 3710 to 3730, Shaker M Super 3770 to 3790, M Shaker 3835 Jaggery Bheli 3400 to 3500, Katora 3800, Glass 4500, Organic 6000, Singhada Bada 160 to 165, Chota 180 to 185, Sachasabu Agmark (1 kg packing) 7910 , Sachasabu Agmark (half kg packing) 7980, Sachasabu Agmark 200 g 8170, Sachasabu Khirdana 500 g 8180, Sachasabu vase 500 g 8310, Sachasabu Chanidana 500 g 7910, Sachamoti Agmark (1 kg packing) 7910, Loose Common Variety (25 kg) 7370 price per quintal. 160 to 180 in copra gola box, copra bura from 1950 to 3200 rupees.
Spices: Black pepper 525 to 528, Minute 530 to 538, Peanut 570 to 575, Haldi Nizamabad 100 to 120, Haldi Sangli 160 to 165, Turmeric powder 1750 to 1850, Cumin Rajasthan 255 to 260, Unjha 262 to 267, Medium 275 to 280 , Best 290 to 301, Fennel thick 165 to 175, Medium 185 to 195, Best 210 to 225, Fine 190 to 240, Clove current 675 to 685, Best 710 to 720, Cinnamon 260 to 265, Nutmeg 725 to 740, Best 775 , Javatri 1950 to 2050, Big Cardamom 585 to 625, Best 675 to 750, Patharphool 325 to 385, Best 475, Badyan Phool 675 to 800, Shahjira Khar 325 to 350, Green 425, Tejpan 88 to 92, Watermelon Magaj 240 to 245 , Nagkesar 725 to 750, Saunth 170 to 350, Poppy seeds current 350 to 650, Best 825 to 900, Extra best 1150 to 1375, Dholi Musli 1150 to 1250, Asafoetida 751- 3200, 10 grams 3280 in sachet, 121 50 grams 3000 , 10 grams 3080 in pouch, 111-50 grams 2800, 10 grams 2880 in pouch, powder 800, green cardamom 900 to 1100, medium 1250 to 1350, best 1425 to 1575, extra best 1625 to 1800, panbar Rs 1600.
Dry Fruits: Cashew W 240 No. 775 to 810, Cashew W 320 No. 685 to 720, Cashew W One 665 to 675, Cashew S W 300-655 to 665, SS W 650, Cashew JH 650 to 685, detachment 650 to 675, Badam Independent 550 to 560, American 625 to 645, Fat grain 750, Tanch 500 to 525, Kharak 125 to 135, Medium 175 to 185, Best 190 to 210, Extra best 225 to 250, Raisin Kandhari 375 to 475, Best 450, Indian 190 to 200, Best 260, Charoli 1100 to 1150, Best 1200 to 1250, Manukah 550 to 650, Best 750, Extra Best 875, Anjeer 675 to 875, Best 1100 to 1250, Makhana 425 to 650, Best 740 to 770, 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 1650 to 1650, 160 bharti 1750 to 1800, 200 bharti 1950 to 2000, 250 bharti 2200 to 2250, desi camphor 945 to 950, puja badam 90 to 100 best 160 to 165, puja supari 460 to 475, Aretha 130 to 145, Kesar 155 to 160, Best 168, Sindoor (25 kg) Rs 6600.
Flour-Maida: Flour mill 1430, 1570 in rava katta, maida 1530, gram gram flour Rs 3275 per 50 kg sack.
Indore Mawa Rs 320 per kg. Ujjain Mawa 300 rupees per kg.

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