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Saturday, November 19, 2005
Agri Prices (Nov 18)
Sugar S301835 (1840)
Groundnut ready447 (450)
Coconut oil (ready)4750 (4750)
Pepper garbled (ready)6650 (6600)



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FCI trades wheat on CBOT, makes profit
THE Food Corporation of India (FCI) has made a small profit trading wheat futures on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT). FCI was given permission by the Union Government to hedge in wheat in view of rising domestic prices and fears that imports ... More


Guar seed prices may stabilise on demand
GUAR seed prices are likely stabilise around current levels on steady demand after declining in the last couple of weeks due to increased arrivals, trade sources said. Guar seed prices in Jodhpur were down Rs 400 a quintal (20 per cent) at Rs ... More


Rubber dips on sales
MODERATE selling from dealers and growers hammered spot rubber rates on Friday. Arrivals continued to improve followed by accelerated production and tapping. Most of the buyers, including North Indians and exporters, preferred to keep off ... More


Shree Renuka Sugars annual net up 232 pc
SHREE Renuka Sugars Ltd has posted a net profit of Rs 40.73 crore for the year ended September 2005, an increase of 232 per cent over Rs 12.27 crore in the previous year. Total income for the year stood at Rs 641.54 crore, an increase of 182 ... More


Gold scales to new peak
GOLD prices in Mumbai continued their upward momentum, touching a record high of Rs 7,265 per 10 gm. Buoyed by the surge in gold prices to a 18-year-high on the international markets, prices of the precious metal touched all-time highs in ... More


Plea for hike in import duty on vanaspati
No reduction in customs duty on imported vegetable oils, a hike in customs duty on imported vanaspati and a friendly VAT regime are some of the suggestions made by the New Delhi-based Central Organisation for Oil Industry and Trade in its ... More


Imports cap pepper price movement
SPOT pepper prices increased by Rs 50 a quintal on Friday with the MG1 price rising to Rs 6,650 and un-garbled to Rs 6,250 a quintal from Rs 6,600 and Rs 6,200 a quintal respectively in the previous days of the week. However, the futures ... More


Meet on coffee marketing at Bangalore
A TWO-day event on comprehensive market place for coffee products and ideas is being organised in Bangalore on November 19 and 20 by Knowledge Networks. Industry experts including Coffee Board officials will discuss various issues such as ... More

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