Commodities

Malka, moth decline on sluggish demand

PTI New Delhi | Updated on March 05, 2011

Prices of malka and moth declined by Rs 100 per quintal at the wholesale pulses market today, due to slackness in demand at the prevailing levels amid adequate stocks.

Traders said lack of buying support from stockists and retailers against adequate stocks mainly led to decline in malka and moth prices.

In the national capital, malka local and best quality declined by Rs 100 each to Rs 3,700-3,750 and Rs 3,850-3,950, while moth traded lower by the same margin to Rs 2,700-3,000 per quintal.

Following are the quotations in Rs per quintal:

Urad 4,150-4,650, Urad chilka (local) 5,050-5,450, best 5,600-5,900, Dhoya 5,550-5,650, Moong 4,300-4,700, Dal moong chilka local 5,400-5,800, Moong Dhoya local 5,700-5,900 and best quality 6,300-6,500.

Masoor small 3,250-3,450, bold 3,400-3,650, Dal Masoor local 3,900-4,000, best quality 4,150-4,450, Malka local 3,700-3,750, best 3,850-3,950, Moth 2,700-3,000, Arhar 3,800-3,900 and dal arhar dara 5,150-5,550.

Gram 2,525-2,550, gram dal (local) 2,800-2,815, best quality 2,900-3,000, besan (35 kg) Shakti bhog 1,190, Rajdhani 1,190, Rajmah chitra Pune 3,300-3,700, China 3,400-3,900, red 3,400-3,500, kabli gram small 4,100-5,500, dabra 2,700-2,800, imported 4,700-5,100, lobia 4,700-5,200, peas white 2,150-2,250 and green 2,250-2,450.

Published on March 05, 2011

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