Showing posts with label Agri Commodities. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Agri Commodities. Show all posts

Saturday, 27 December 2014

YESTERDAY COMMODITY MARKET CALL PERFORMANCE

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BULLION INTRADAY:

GOLD FEB BUY CALL:                     1ST      TG ACHIEVED

NATURAL GAS JAN SELL CALL:  1ST      TG ACHIEVED

COPPER FEB SELL CALL:               1ST      TG ACHIEVED


AGRI INTRADAY:

TURMERIC APRIL BUY CALL:     3RD    TG ACHIEVED (8932)

GUARSEED JAN BUY CALL:        3RD    TG ACHIEVED (4797)

RMSEED JAN BUY CALL:             1ST     TG ACHIEVED    
           

AGRIPREMIUM:                                                                                                                                  

DHANIYA JAN SELL CALL :          3RD    TG  ACHIEVED



Sunday, 30 November 2014

NCDEX CHANA TO TRADE ON NEGATIVE NOTE


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  • Chana futures traded on a negative note on Monday due to profit booking on higher levels. Limited demand in the markets has been also influencing the sentiments.
  • Higher availability of imported chick peas and liquidation on higher levels are negative factor for the prices. Chana December contract plunged 1.1% to 3057 levels on Monday at India's NCDEX.
  • Chana is likely to trade negative for short term and bearish for intra day with short term support seen at 2980 and resistance at 3150. Intra day support is seen at 3060 and resistance at 3090,”.
  • Total coverage under pulses has been 80.74 lakh hectares which is -11.46% lower than previous year. The sowing of Chana has reached 40.99 lakh hectares against 53.05lakh hectares last year same time.

India Potato production down by 2.3%

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  • Potato production in India has suffered a short fall due to erratic monsoon and diseases during 2013-14 period. All India production of potato during 2013-14 has decreased by 2.3% in comparison to 2012-13.
  • Potato production during 2013-14 was affected by untimely rains and late blight disease during February/March 2014.
  • The price rise in potato is not solely due to reduction in production but is attributed to several factors such as:->
(i) seasonality
(ii) adverse weather conditions
(iii) cost of transportation
(iv) cold storage costs
(v) speculation on impending shortage situation
(vi) rising demand due to increasing incomes, urbanisation
  • Following important steps have been taken by the Government to do away with the imbalance between demand and supply and to control the prices of potato:
(i) Minimum Export Price (MEP) of US$ 450 per MT has been imposed on potato  w.e.f. 26.06.2014. 
(ii)Stock limits in respect of potato have been imposed for a period of one year with effect from 3rd July, 2014 under the Essential Commodities Act. 
(iii)Advisory to State Governments have been issued to take action against hoarding & black marketing and effectively enforce the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 & the Prevention of Black-marketing and Maintenance of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act, 1980. 
(iv)Small Farmers Agri business Consortium (SFAC) has recently launched Kisan Mandi in Alipur, Delhi to cater to the huge market for fruits and vegetables by sourcing these directly from Farmer Producer Organisations (FPOs) and Growers’ Associations.



Thursday, 20 November 2014

India Pepper : buyers keep away from bearish market

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KOCHI,INDIA : India Pepper market is passing through a bleak phase with buyers keeping away from a bearish market expecting further price slump.

Bearish sentiments and limited activities pulled down spot pepper prices on Thursday. On the terminal market, 12 tonnes of pepper arrived and they were traded at Rs 690-695 and Rs.700 a kg. 

On the IPSTA platform, all the active contracts remained unchanged. Spot prices fell by Rs 500 to ₹69,300 (ungarble) and Rs 72,300 (garbled) a quintal. Export prices were down to $11,900 a tonne cf for Europe and $12,150 for the US.

This year, however, the production is estimated to go up 33 per cent to 60,000 tonnes, due to bumper crop in Karnataka.

The Free Trade Agreements(FTA) with Sri Lanka and Nepal on pepper imports are causing immense damage to India's domestic market. Traders have alleged the FTAs are being violated and cheaper imported pepper is flooding the Indian market.



                                                            

Monday, 10 November 2014

Cardamom down 2.99% on low demand and higher supply



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  • Cardamom prices plunged 2.99 per cent to Rs 775.10 per kg in futures trade today as speculators reduced positions amid low demand against higher supplies in spot markets from producing belts.
  •  Multi Commodity Exchange, cardamom for delivery in November tumbled by Rs 23.90, or 2.99 per cent to Rs 775.10 per kg in business turnover of 104 lots.
  • The December contract edged down by 90 paise, or 0.11 per cent to Rs 854.80 per kg in 259 lots.
  • Analysts said off-loading of positions by speculators amid higher supplies from producing regions and sluggish demand in the spot market mainly pulled down cardamom prices in futures trade.

Friday, 7 November 2014

Chana Futures May Trade on Positive Note

Chana futures are expected to trade on a positive note today. Good demand,increased MSP, and declining arrival pressure may continue to lend support to the prices.

 Commodities report on agricultural commodities

Chana:-

Chana futures traded on a mixed note on Wednesday. Prices opened lower on profit taking. However, prices recovered from lower levels towards the end of the session on good demand and settled unchanged. Prices have gained over the last few days on slow start to the rabi pulses sowing. However, ample supplies of chana, imports of yellow peas and arrival pressure of kharif pulses capped sharp upside movement in the prices. The CCEA has set MSP for 2014-15 at Rs. 3175/qtl from Rs. 3100 last year Prices have declined over the last few months on sluggish demand in the physical markets coupled with record chana output in 2013-14. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, sowing of rabi pulses as on 31st October stands at 7.84 lakh ha as against 6.66 lakh ha last year. Sowing of kharif pulses stood at 10.23 mn ha as against 10.91 mn ha last year. CCEA increased the MSP of tur and urad by Rs.50 to Rs.4,350 each, while the MSP of moong was increased by Rs.100 to Rs.4,600/qtl. The 4th Advance Estimates pegged total pulses output for 2013-14 at 19.27 mn tn, up from 18.34 mn tn earlier. 1st advance estimates have pegged kharif pulses output at 5.2 mn tn, down from 6.02 mn tn last year.Total area covered under Rabi Pulses 2013-14 stood at 161.9 lakh ha as against 152.65 lakh ha last year. Chana sowing stood at 10.21 mn ha compared to 9.51 mn ha in the previous year. 

Demand supply scenario:-

Supplies of Chana since past two year have been ample as the country reaped bumper Chana output in 2012-13 season. For 2013-14 too, the government in their fourth advance estimates has projected record output of at 9.88 mn tonnes in the Rabi season. Chana would however, continue to retain the tag of largest produced pulse crop in India holding a lion’s share of 48-50 percent in total Indian Pulses production. According to India Pulses and Grains Association, Apr-Dec’13 stood at import 2.4 mn tn vs 2.8 mn tn last year. In value terms, India imported $2.3 billion of pulses in 2012-13, almost 28% higher over $1.85 billion in the preceding year. However, imports in 2013-14 season may decline 11% to 3.2 mn tn on expectations of higher output. According to APEDA, Pulses exports from India between Apr-June ’14 declined 20% to 77,430 tn as against 96,933 tn between Apr-June ’13.

Friday, 31 October 2014

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Monday, 20 October 2014

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