Select commodities rise on increased demand

PTI New Delhi | Updated on September 10, 2011


Select commodity prices rose by up to Rs 50 a quintal on the wholesale pulses market on Saturday on increased demand from retailers against restricted arrivals from producing belts.

Marketmen said rising demand from retailers amid decline in arrivals from producing belts mainly led to the rise in select wholesale pulse prices.

In the national capital, gram rose by Rs 25 to Rs 3,275-3,325, while its dal local and best quality moved up by Rs 50 each to Rs 3,750-3,850 and Rs 3,950-4,050 a quintal respectively. Besin Shaktibhog and Rajdhani rose by Rs 20 to Rs 1,520 each for a 35 kg bag.

Rajmah chitra and kabli gram small variety also traded higher by Rs 50 each to Rs 4,400-5,250 and Rs 6,050-8,450 a quintal, respectively. Moth too hardened by Rs 50 to Rs 2,150-2,550 a quintal.

Following are today’s quotations a quintal (in rupees): Urad 3,900-4,300, Urad chilka (local) 4,800-5,200, best 5,300-5,800, Dhoya 5,100-5,200, Moong 3,750-4,750, Dal moong chilka local 4,900-5,300, Moong Dhoya local 5,300-5,400 and best quality 6,000-6,200.

Masoor small 2,750-3,050, bold 2,900-3,150, Dal Masoor local 3,450-3,550, best quality 3,600-3,900, Malka local 3,350-3,400, best 3,500-3,600, Moth 2,150-2,550, Arhar 3,100-3,600, dal arhar dara 4,500-4,900.

Gram 3,275-3325, gram dal(local) 3,750-3,850, best quality 3,950-4,050, besan (35 kg) Shakti bhog 1,520, Rajdhani 1,520, Rajmah chitra 4,400-5,250, kabli gram small 6,050-8,450, dabra 2,700-2,800, imported 4,700-5,100, lobia 4,500-5,000, peas white 2,425-2,450 and green 2,600-2,700.

Published on September 10, 2011

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