Mon, 11 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT | By The Hindu Business Line

Wheat prices gain; Rice, Poultry end low

Good consumer demand coupled with restricted arrivals in the market pushed wheat prices upwards while the Rice and Poultry products market ended on a mixed note last week


Wheat prices gain; Rice, Poultry end low (© Reuters)

Karnal: Good consumer demand coupled with restricted arrivals in the market pushed wheat prices upwards while the Rice and Poultry products market ended on a mixed note last week.

In the physical market, dara wheat and flour prices improved by Rs 15 and Rs 10 a quintal, respectively, on account of an increase in demand and restricted arrivals. Dara wheat ruled firm at Rs 1,555-1,560 a quintal while flour at Rs 1,760-1,770 a quintal.

On the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange, wheat for March contracts ended up with a positive note following huge positions created by the speculators. Similarly, wheat spot market remained supportive and went up by Rs 36.5, last week.

On Thursday, government allowed private traders to export upto 5 million tonnes of wheat. But experts expect that private traders may not show much interest because wheat prices have been falling in global market and the prices offered by the government is too high.

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