Informist, Friday, Jan 13, 2023
By Afra Abubacker
MUMBAI – Futures contracts of jeera on the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange rose because of low supply and a weak production outlook. Turmeric contracts ended lower due to sufficient supply and tepid demand, said traders.
* Futures contracts of TURMERIC fell on the domestic bourse due to weak demand amid high supply. Improved prospects of yield due to favourable weather conditions also weighed on sentiment. Demand for premium quality turmeric is weak as stockists are releasing old stocks at lower rates, SMC Global Securities said in a report.
* Futures contracts of JEERA on the domestic bourse rose due to a weak production outlook. Jeera prices have been rising sharply due to a drop in acreage and lower carryover stocks. Domestic and overseas demand for jeera is strong. Prices are likely to touch 38,000-40,000 rupees per 100 kg, said Unjha-based trader Mahesh Yadav.
* CORIANDER contracts traded lower on the domestic bourse due to weak demand in domestic markets. Higher acreage and improved yield prospects in the main growing state of Gujarat also weighed on sentiment, said traders.
* Prices in the key wholesale market of Kota, Rajasthan, were steady at 8,200 rupees per 100 kg, said traders.
* Prices of CHILLI were largely unchanged in the benchmark market of Guntur. The Teja variety was sold at 20,000 rupees per 100 kg and the LCA-334 variety at 27,000 rupees, both unchanged from the previous day. Arrivals were at 80,000 bags (1 bag = 40 kg), steady from the previous day.
* Following are the prices of the most-active contracts of spices as of 1730 IST:
* Following are the expected support and resistance levels for contracts of spices for trade on Monday:
Edited by Avishek Dutta
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