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COMMODITY EXCHANGES


FMC notice to NMCE on coffee delivery row
THE Forward Markets Commission (FMC) has sought written comments from the Ahmedabad-based National Multi-Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (NMCE) on complaints over non-delivery of July coffee futures. The commission, which is the regulatory ... More

RICE


Hybrid rice acreage likely to rise by 40 pc
DESPITE hurdles on the seed front, hybrid rice is slowly but surely spreading across the country. It is expected to cover 8 lakh hectares this year in five States, up from 5.6 lakh hectares last year. Eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya ... More

TEA


Coonoor sale: More demand for bright liquoring teas
THE improvement in the demand witnessed last week continued this week when a volume of 17.5 lakh kg was offered for sale at the Coonoor Tea Trade Association (CTTA) auctions here. In particular, the brighter liquoring teas were absorbed by the ... More

UPASI-TRI report confirms fears over tea quality
THE analysis report from United Planters' Association of Southern India — Tea Research Foundation (UPASI — TRI) has confirmed tea traders' apprehensions about price and quality, as nine out of the eleven tea samples sent for ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


NY cotton futures range-bound
NEW York cotton futures ended easier on Friday, on modest speculative buying with markets expected to be range-bound for the next couple of weeks, while looking toward the release in two weeks of the US Department of Agriculture's monthly ... More

OILSEEDS & EDIBLE OIL


Vanaspati units oppose imports from Sri Lanka
STUNG by the large inflow of vanaspati (hydrogenated vegetable oil) from Sri Lanka despite there being no justification for such imports, the already enervated Indian vanaspati industry has demanded a level-playing field that would allow domestic ... More

GENERAL INSURANCE


Health insurance for farmers in AP
HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh Government is planning to launch a health insurance scheme for the farming community at an annual premium of Rs 100. The scheme offers a cover of Rs 1 lakh. The Government has initiated talks with various ... More


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