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NBOT plans futures trading in bullion, gram, cottonseed cake
THE National Board of Trade (NBOT) plans to start futures trading in bullion, gram and cottonseed cake once it gets the Government approval to turn into a national commodity exchange. "We have got the Government's in-principle approval to ... More

INSIGHT


Bringing price stability to futures
THOUGH stability of agricultural commodity prices has been desirable internationally, it is yet to be achieved because of the current emphasis on market determination. Macroeconomic developments demand that the ... More

TEA


Fair demand for CTCs at Kochi sale
A FAIR general demand persisted for almost all varieties of tea at the Kochi tea auction. Of the quantity of 10,11,000 kg on offer in the dust category, fair general demand prevailed among good liquoring CTCs. AVT witnessed steady to firm trend, ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Cotton prices may move up
NYCE cotton futures ended strongly higher on option and trade related buying coupled with purchases by China. China has been the driving force in a rally that has sent cotton prices, soaring to levels not seen since late 1995. Cotton should ... More

DAIRY & DAIRY PRODUCTS


Amul all set to storm Mother Dairy bastion
TAKING its battle with the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) a step ahead, the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF or Amul) is now all set to launch fresh liquid milk in the national Capital, currently the bastion of the ... More

FOODGRAINS


Private grain trade makes a comeback — Depleted public stocks boost price sentiments
AFTER a prolonged hibernation stretching over three years, the private grain trade is back in business, courtesy better price realisations and improved market sentiments arising from depleted public stocks. Of the total kharif paddy arrivals ... More

OILSEEDS & EDIBLE OIL


Kharif oilseeds output pegged at 142.4 lakh t
A RECORD kharif oilseed crop of 142.4 lakh tonnes (lt) has been projected by the edible oil trade, up some 61per cent over last year's crop. As per the estimate of the seven main oilseeds crop made by the Central Organisation for Oil Industry ... More

OUTLOOK


Cereal, sugar prices seen under pressure
WITH global cereal production in 2003-04 forecast to trail global consumption, world cereal stocks are expected to be drawndown substantially, the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) said in its latest Food Outlook. ... More
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