NCDEX Ref.Soya Oil may trade between 717-735 levels

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Technically NCDEX Ref.Soya Oil is getting support at 720 and below same could see a of 717 level, And resistance is now likely to be seen at 729, a move above could see prices testing 735.

Ref.Soya Oil on NCDEX settled down by 0.61% at 724.3 on profit booking after prices gained amid reports of good seasonal demand in physical markets. Pressure also seen due to higher stocks at port, expectation of higher imports due to low tariff value and stronger rupees.

In a fortnightly notification, Government cut tariff value of crude soy oil by 18 dollar to $711 per tn for the first half of . According to monthly report released by SEA, soy oil import jumped by 64.7% to 2.20 lt in February compared to 1.34 lt last year same month. Overall, imports are lower by 2.31% for the period of Nov-Feb at 6.95 lt.

USDA FAS in its latest GAIN report forecast soyoil production at 17.22 lt in 2018/19, up by 14.2% forecast by official USDA while Soyoil imports are pegged at 36 lt Vs 34 lt and consumption pegged slightly higher this year at 50 lt Vs 49.5 lt. USDA FAS in its latest GAIN report forecast soyoil production at 17.22 lakh tonnes in 2018/19, up by 14.2% forecast by official USDA while Soyoil imports are pegged at 36 lt Vs 34 lt by USDA.

According to National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA), members are expected to crush 3.3 % higher Soybean to 158.73 million bushel in February 2019 compared to last year record in the same month on account of profitable U.S. soy crush margins and ample supplies of beans. At the Indore spot market in Madhya Pradesh, soyoil was steady at 754.7 Rupees per 10 kgs.

Trading Ideas:
–Ref.Soya range for the day is 717-735.
–Ref soya Oil dropped on profit booking after prices gained amid reports of good seasonal demand in physical markets.
–Pressure also seen due to higher stocks at port, expectation of higher imports due to low tariff value
–In a fortnightly notification, Government cut tariff value of crude soy oil by 18 dollar to $711 per tn for the first half of April.
–At the Indore spot market in Madhya Pradesh, soyoil was steady at 754.7 Rupees per 10 kgs.

Courtesy: Kedia Commodities

Source: Commodityonline.com