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Tuesday, June 11, 2002
Agri Prices (June 10)
Sugar S-301330 (1330)
Palm Oil (10 kg)359 (365)
Groundnut oil ready445 (448)
Coconut oil ready4050 (4000)
Pepper garbled (ready)8200 (8200)

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COMMODITY EXCHANGES


IPSTA brokers strike work against online trading
BROKERS at the pepper terminal market here went on strike on Monday in protest against the proposed introduction of online trading at the International Commodity Exchange (ICE) for futures trading. This was despite the India Pepper and Spice ... More

RUBBER


Rubber firms up as arrivals fall
RUBBER prices firmed up on Monday as arrivals dropped following incessant rains in the mornings disrupting tapping in rubber plantations. In the absence of buyers and sellers, the market was bereft of transactions. Shortage of rubber coupled ... More

TEA


Tea output, exports dip
TEA exports and production continued the downhill trend between January and April this year. Tea exports during the four-month period fell by 1.28 million kg (mkg) to 49.82 million kg as compared to the same period last year. Exports during ... More

OILSEEDS & EDIBLE OIL


Trade keeps close watch on soya shipments to China
THE palm oil market is keenly looking forward to an event that will take place in China on Thursday, June 13. It is on that day when a ship laden with 50,000 tonnes of soyabeans will arrive at the Tianjin port from the US. It is the first ... More

COCONUT & COPRA


Coconut farms hit along Pollachi belt
WITH its skyline once dotted with swaying coconut trees, the 35-km-long Coimbatore-Pollachi road-stretch today presents a desolate picture of dying coconut gardens as lack of rain and depletion of groundwater have taken a heavy toll on farmers ... More

SPICES & CONDIMENTS


Spot pepper prices down on early Indonesian harvest
EARLY harvesting of pepper in Indonesia has adversely hit Indian pepper contracts for June. However, distance positions have shown an increase. Speculative activities in the domestic market have kept the spot prices low between Rs 8,100 and Rs ... More

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