Pulses in bear grip

Our Correspondent Indore | Updated on May 27, 2020

Most of the pulses and pulse seeds either traded low or ruled flat at the mandis in Indore on weak demand.

Increased availability of imported urad and the arrival of new crop have added to the bearish sentiment. Urad (Mumbai) today declined to ₹6,000-6,200 a quintal, while urad (Madhya Pradesh) ruled at ₹6,600-6,700. Urad dal (Mongar)was quoted at ₹11,200, urad dal mongar (bold) at ₹10,000, while urad dal mongar (medium) ruled at ₹8,700.

Urad dal Chilka (bold) went for ₹8,800, while urad dal Chilka (medium) ruled at ₹7,800 a quintal.

Enthusiastic crop report and increased arrival have pounded moong prices with prices of new crop declining to ₹6,200-6,300 a quintal.

Moong dal mongar in Indore mandis declined to ₹8,500 a quintal, while moong dal (bold) ruled at ₹7,500 and moong dal (medium) at ₹7,200 a quintal, respectively.

Tur and its dal ruled stable with tur (Maharashtra) today being quoted at ₹5,300-5,350, tur (Karnataka) at ₹5,400-5,450, while tur (Madhya Pradesh) ruled at ₹4,500-4,800 a quintal. Tur dal also ruled stable with tur dal marka being quoted at ₹8,100, while tur dal (full) was at ₹7,600. Tur dal imported (bold) fetched ₹7,800, while tur dal imported (medium) was at ₹7,400 a quintal, respectively.

Published on May 27, 2020

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