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Thursday, April 27, 2006
Agri Prices (Apr 26)
Sugar S-301906 (1916)
Ground ready474 (477)
Coconut oil ready4800 (4775)
Pepper garbled ready7000 (7100)


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Wheat prices harden on bonus announcement
Futures continue to rule above Rs 1,000/t for Dec contracts More

AQUACULTURE


Facing trouble
LOOKING AT FINER DETAILS: Workers peeling shrimp at a shed near Kochi. The US Department of Commerce has asked seafood exporters to furnish their operation details before April 28 as part of anti-dumping probe. Failure to do so will place the ... More

RUBBER


Spot rubber stays firm
Spot rubber was flat on Wednesday. The absence of follow-up buying from the covering groups restricted the market activities to a steady pace allowing prices to stabilise after the sharp take-off. RSS 4 closed unchanged at Rs 90a kg at ... More

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE


Empee Sugars earns higher net
Empee Sugars and Chemicals Ltd has reported a net profit of Rs 3.60 crore on an income of Rs 22.92 crore for the quarter ended March 31, 2006. During the corresponding period in the previous year the company reported a net profit ... More

GOLD & SILVER


Precious metals recover a tad
Precious metals recovered marginally on the bullion market on Wednesday on fresh buying interest at lower level amid firm London market. Silver (.999 fineness) spot was up Rs 100 at Rs 20,145 a kg over previous close. Pure gold ... More

METALS


HZL hikes prices again
Rising zinc prices have prompted Hindustan Zinc Ltd (HZL) to hike its selling prices by Rs 10,200 a tonne on Wednesday. In April alone, the domestic zinc manufacturer has raised the price of the metal by Rs 40,800 per tonne or 29 per cent. ... More

OILSEEDS & EDIBLE OIL


Edible oils rule weak
All major edible oils ruled weak on the local edible oil market on Wednesday on fresh offerings amid improved supply. Local buying was low. Castor seed June contracts ended lower on fresh offerings. RBD palmolein was down Rs 2 at Rs 388 for 10 ... More

COFFEE


Tribal women's group qualifies for global coffee award
The coffees grown in the agency (tribal) tracts of Visakhapatnam district (a non-conventional growing area) are attracting recognition in the country and abroad too, according to Mr S. Mushtaq, Deputy Director (extension) of the Coffee ... More

TOBACCO


Beedi workers' forum seeks ISEC report implementation
Recommends dearness allowance to workers More

SPICES & CONDIMENTS


Pepper futures decline on liquidation
Liquidation by bulls on Wednesday pushed pepper futures prices down, while the ready dropped by Rs 100 a quintal in sympathy with the decline in futures. Doubts on the quality of the material available for delivery and the huge May position ... More
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