Agri Business

Selling pressure pounds pepper

GK Nair Kochi | Updated on January 13, 2018 Published on February 16, 2017


Selling pressure pushed down the pepper prices on the spot and the futures markets. Pepper from the plains was available at lower rates and that had aided the price fall. On the terminal market, 35 tonnes were traded at ₹550-590 a kg. Inter-state dealers and processors were the buyers. Spot pepper fell further by ₹300 a quintal to ₹58,200 (ungarbled) and ₹61,200 (garbled). March contract on the IPSTA dropped by ₹1,000 a quintal to ₹57,000. Export prices were at $9,375 a tonne c&f for Europe and $9,625 for the US.

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Published on February 16, 2017
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