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Pulses rates remain stable

  • Pulses rates remain stable

    Summary: However, at the same time, the rates of moong and tur dal inched up moderately. Nagpur: After resuming of futures trade in chana (chickpea), rates of the commodity have increased in the local markets. Tur whole, produced locally fetched a price of Rs3,950 to 4,050 a quintal in the bulk market. The best quality of dal was sold at Rs5,800 to 6,000 a quintal in the bulk market, said the analysis.A bearish trend was noted in rice. The prices of wheat ranged from Rs1,700 to 3,600 a quintal with a minor change seen throughout the week.

    Nagpur: After resuming of futures trade in chana (chickpea), rates of the commodity have increased in the local markets. The prices of other pulses like tur dal and moong dal only moved slightly during the week gone by, says an analysis done by Itwari Grain and Seeds Merchants Association.According to Pratap Motwani, association's secretary, the rates of chana touched Rs5,480 a quintal in the bulk market during the previous week. However, at the same time, the rates of moong and tur dal inched up moderately , As Reported By TOI.

    According to the Newspaper,Tur whole, produced locally fetched a price of Rs3,950 to 4,050 a quintal in the bulk market. The rates were Rs3,400 a quintal for the imported variety from Myanmar, says the analysis.Tur whole is processed into edible form as dals. The best quality of dal was sold at Rs5,800 to 6,000 a quintal in the bulk market, said the analysis.A bearish trend was noted in rice.


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