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Thursday, March 23, 2006
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Coconut oil (ready)4700 (4700)
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MetalJunction plans coal futures auction
May collaborate with national, global commodities exchanges More

NCDEX record deliveries
March contracts of the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) saw record deliveries to open interest ratio. Out of the 18 commodities delivered on the exchange, 12 commodities saw deliveries to open ratio of above 80 ... More


Gangavaram fisherfolk seek rehab package
Displacement due to construction of port More


Weather sours grape farmers' prospects in AP
'20 per cent of output, exports hit by rains, hailstorm' More


Rubber prices remain firm
Almost a steady trend prevailed at the spot rubber market on Wednesday. A leading player from the tyre sector was active in sheet rubber quoting up to Rs 80.50 a kg, informed sources said. In fact, the only gainer of the day was sheet rubber ... More


Sugar weak
Mumbai: Sugar spot prices ruled weak at the Vashi wholesale market on Wednesday on some offerings by stockists amid scattered buying. Small grade (S-30) was steady at Rs 1,825-1,870 per quintal. Medium grade (M-30) was down Rs 5 at Rs ... More


Groundnut oil gains
Groundnut oil and palmolein moved up on the local edible oils market on Wednesday on some fresh enquiries. Castor oil moved up on some buying interest. Castor seed futures firmed up further on continued buying support. Groundnut oil raw was up ... More


Entry of FCV tobacco to US sought
The US tobacco TRQ was at 1.47 lakh tonnes limited to nine countries in which India did not figure. Major obstacle is tariff rate quota regime imposed by the US More


Maharashtra poultry farmers to meet Chief Minister
To seek compensation for their losses; ban on poultry imports from other States More


Spices exporters' plea on delayed cess payment
The Indian Spice & Foodstuff Exporters' Association (ISFEA) has urged the Maharashtra Government to reduce interest rates for delayed payments on account of market cess to Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC). NMMC is charging exorbitant ... More


Meet on commodities trading in Mangalore
The Centre for Executive Development of the Justice K.S. Hegde Institute of Management at Nitte in Uudpi district will conduct an executive development programme on `Commodities Trading' on March 28. A press release from the institute said ... More

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