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West Madhya Pradesh, parts of Maharashtra, coastal parts of Gujarat and Konkan and Goa received good showers on Wednesday. According to the latest we...


Delhi staring at a large rain deficit in July

Delhi has almost been dry this Monsoon season with 40% percent of rain deficit being observed in June. The month of July looks even worse as the defi...


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Soybean| Indian soybean futures ended lower on subdued exports of soy meal while

July 24, 2014

Indian soybean futures ended lower on subdued exports of soy meal while weak cues from global markets also weighed on sentiment. Soy oil futures edged up on worries about lower sowing of oilseeds in India especially in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. Although the monsoon has picked up. Other News Good rain in Mumbai expected...

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Maize| In Brazil, driven by the anticipated decline in this year’s aggregate maize

July 24, 2014

In Brazil, driven by the anticipated decline in this year’s aggregate maize production, as well as strong competition from the US and Argentina, maize exports in the 2014-15 marketing year,  forecast to decline by 4 percent from the previous marketing year. This level of exports is still well above the country’s five-year average. Other...

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Black pepper| The weather condition in North India became conducive, black pepper demand

July 24, 2014

The weather condition in North India became conducive, black pepper demand from consumer markets has increased, which increased the prices. At Kochi, prices increased by Rs 500 to Rs 72,000 for ungarbled and Rs 75,000 (garbled) per quintal. Export prices were  $12,900 in Europe and $13,150 per tonne in US. Other News Good rain...

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Coffee| In Brazil, harvest of coffee crops may be stalled during the four to five days

July 24, 2014

In Brazil, harvest of coffee crops may be stalled during the four to five days of rain. The moisture will help coffee trees recover from the stress wrought by a drought this year, but it will hurt the quality of the coffee that is now being harvested. Rain during coffee harvest will infuse a...

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Cardamom| Cardamom prices moved up on good demand which marginally outstripped

July 23, 2014

Cardamom prices moved up on good demand which marginally outstripped supply at auctions in Kochi market. Onset of monsoon in parts of the country, especially in the northern states is expected to increase the demand. In Kerala, the maximum price was at Rs 1,073 per kg and the minimum at Rs 512 per kg....

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Maize| In Brazil, the 2014 aggregate (first and second seasons) maize production is forecasted

July 23, 2014

In Brazil, the 2014 aggregate (first and second seasons) maize production is forecasted at 76.2 million tonnes, 5 percent below than last year’s record high, but still well above the average level. Harvest of the main 2014 second season`s maize crop is well advanced in Brazil. Brazil is the major maize producing country. Other...

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Black Pepper| Indian black pepper prices ruled steady on slow activity

July 23, 2014

Indian black pepper prices ruled steady on slow activity. High Range pepper was traded at Rs 735 and Rajkumari at Rs 740 per kg. At Kochi Spot market,  prices remained unchanged at Rs 71,500 (ungarbled) and Rs 74,500 (garbled) per quintal. Export prices were at $12,700 for Europe and $12,950 per tonne for the...

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Sugarcane| The planting of sugarcane is in progress in key producing states in India

July 23, 2014

The planting of sugarcane is in progress in key producing states in India. According to Ministry of Agriculture, sugarcane has been planted on 46.09 lakh hectares in India till July 18, 2014.  Delay in monsoon will affect the cane area. Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Karnataka are major sugarcane producing states in India. Other...

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Wheat| Farmers in western Europe are holding back on sales from this year's.

July 22, 2014

Farmers in western Europe are holding back on sales from this year's wheat harvest in hope prices will rebound from two year lows and defy forecasts for swelling global supply. Wheat growers sell a significant portion of their crop in forward sales before summer harvest, but sells are currently sluggish. Other News Good rain...

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Maize| United States new Maize crop lost more ground, sliding to a contract low as forecasts.

July 22, 2014

United States new Maize crop lost more ground, sliding to a contract low as forecasts of favorable weather during the crop's key yield-determining phase triggered more selling. Crop-friendly weather in the US Midwest is bolstering for huge corn harvest as crop undergoes its critical yield-building pollination period. Other News Good rain in Mumbai expected...

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