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WEEKLY AGRI COMMODITY REPORT

17 JULY 2017

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Weekly Wrap Up
MONTH OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE % CHG VOL MONTH OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE % CHG VOL

CORIANDER CASTORSEED

JUL 5018 5107 4783 5070 1.02 17370 - - - - - - -

SUPPORT SUPP.1 SUPP. 2 SUPPORT SUPP. 1 SUPP. 2

4866 4662 - -

PIVOT Coriander short term PIVOT


INTRADAY INTRADAY
LEVELS
trend is bearish and may -
4986 LEVELS -
continue in coming days.
RESISTAN RES. 1 RES. 2 RESISTAN RES. 1 RES. 2
CE 5190 5310 CE - -

TURMERIC GUARGUM

JUL 6894 7454 6846 7434 7.26 9545 JUL 6718 6988 6612 6988 3.86 16380

SUPPORT SUPP. 1 SUPP. 2 SUPPORT SUPP. 1 SUPP. 2

7035 6636 6737 6486


Guargum Short term
PIVOT Turmeric short term PIVOT
INTRADAY INTRADAY trend is bearish and
LEVELS
trend is bearish and may LEVELS
7244 6862 may continue in coming
continue in coming days.
RESISTAN RES. 1 RES. 2 RESISTAN RES. 1 RES. 2 days.
CE 7643 7852 CE 7113 7238

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Weekly Recommendations

BUY GUARGUM5 ABOVE 6900 TARGET 7000 7200 SL BELOW 6800


SELL GUARGUM5 BELOW 6850 TARGET 6750 6550 SL ABOVE 6950

BUY CORIANDER ABOVE 5150 TARGET 5250 5450 SL BELOW 5050


SELL CORIANDER BELOW 5000 TARGET 4900 4700 SL ABOVE 5100
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Commodities In News
ECONOMIC NEWS
Turmeric futures showed mixed trend on NCDEX as the July contracts
traded lower on fall in demand at the spot market, while August contracts Punjab government led by chief minister Amarinder Singh today gave
traded higher on diminishing supplies in the physical market and expectation nod to integrated horticulture-forestry models for planting clonal-
of lower acreage at the major producing regions. The contract for July eucalyptus and poplar plants along with sweet oranges. In a meeting with
delivery was trading at Rs 7208.00, down by 1.12% or Rs 82.00 from its officials of Horticulture Department, Singh asked the additional chief
previous closing of Rs 7290.00. The open interest of the contract stood at secretary (Horticulture) Himmat Singh to bring a formal proposal in this
500 lots. The contract for August delivery was trading at Rs 7438.00, up by regard, which would be implemented in letter and spirit. He directed the
2.85% or Rs 206.00 from its previous closing of Rs 7232.00. officials to make this programme time-bound so that the entire schedule of
Coriander futures edged down on NCDEX as speculators offloaded their plantation based on the inter-cropping models is implemented in right
holdings, tracking subdued demand in the spot market. Further, higher earnest to promote horticulture in a big way. The proposed scheme would
supplies from major growing regions also weighed on coriander futures. The cover 160 hectares of sweet orange plantation and 6000 hectares under
contract for August delivery was trading at Rs 5102.00, down by 0.18% or agro-forestry during 2017-18. For this purpose, 50 lakh Eucalyptus and
Rs 9.00 from its previous closing of Rs 5111.00. The open interest of the Poplar clonal plants would be supplied to the farmers by the Forest
contract stood at 42780 lots. The contract for September delivery was Department as a pilot, to be further extended if found to be successful. It is
trading at Rs 5162.00, down by 1.00% or Rs 52.00 from its previous closing also proposed to supply sweet orange plants free of cost under RKVY,
of Rs 5214.00. besides including drip irrigation for sweet orange cultivation under
Soyabean futures traded marginally lower on NCDEX as participants RKVY, according to an official spokesperson.
offloaded their positions, tracking weakness in spot demand amid profit West Bengal will take part in the World Food India 2017 as focus
booking after prices rose due to deficient rains in soybean growing areas. State and take full advantage of the platform that the Union ministry of
The contract for July delivery was trading at Rs 2888.00, down by 0.41% or food processing industries has created, said Ms Nandini Chakrabarty, food
Rs 12.00 from its previous closing of Rs 2900.00. The open interest of the processing industries and horticulture secretary of West Bengal at a road
contract stood at 7290 lots. The contract for August delivery was trading at show organized on Friday by CII ahead of the World Food India 2017
Rs 2966.00, down by 0.6% or Rs 18.00 from its previous closing of Rs billed for New Delhi from 3-5 November 2017. While she added we
2984.00. The open interest of the contract stood at 74770 lots on NCDEX. look forward to that, Mr Sanjeev Chopra, additional chief secretary of
Jeera futures edged higher on NCDEX amid pickup in domestic as well state's agricultural department felt the states participation in the WFI 2017
as export demand at the spot market. Furthermore, tight stocks position will be a golden moment for Bengal to showcase its potential as well as
following restricted arrivals from the growing regions too fuelled the the huge success it has achieved in the sector. It will be a platform to
uptrend. The contract for July delivery was trading at Rs 20100.00, up by showcase its innovative food processing methods, too, he said. Mr J P
1.06% or Rs 210.00 from its previous closing of Rs 19890.00. The open Meena, secretary to the Union ministry of food processing industries
interest of the contract stood at 1335 lots. The contract for August delivery (MoFPI), WFI 2017, chose to add Bengals enterprising farmers to the
was trading at Rs 19840.00, up by 0.03% or Rs 5.00 from its previous list. WFI 2017, which will be the largest of its kind held in this country,
closing of Rs 19835.00. will be a wonderful opportunity for stakeholders in Bengal to interact and
network with global and Indian leaders across the food value chain.

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NEWS RECAP
COMMODITY HEADLINES

Punjab government gives nod to integrated agro-forestry programme to boost diversification

West Bengal to take part World Food India (WFI) 2017 as focus State

Punjab eases shooting permits of animal to save crops

Kharif crop planting on target, next 10 days crucial: Agriculture Secretary

Potato glut in UP with Yogi Adityanth's arrival, says minister

IBM's research lab may help farm sector in India with Watson cognitive technology

Government seeks Rs 16K cr loan from JICA for dairy development

Sugar import duty hiked to 50 per cent to support domestic prices

Darjeeling tea industry staring at Rs 250 cr loss

Tomato prices still ruling high at Rs 60-75 per kg

State's waiver won't cover 'small' loans of 17.5 lakh Maharashtra farmers

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Spot quotes
Commodity Name Location Price Commodity Name Location Price

Barley Jaipur 1429.15 Ref Soya Oil Nagpur


645
Chana Bikaner
7900 Ref Soya Oil Mumbai
632.5
Chana Delhi
8111 Soy Bean Indore
2968
Chana Indore
7923.35
Soy Bean Nagpur
Coriander Kota 5292.2 3062.65

Soy Bean Kota


Cotton Kadi 19779.95 2820

Guar Gum 5MT Jodhpur 6952.25 Soymeal Indore


24750

GUAR SEED 2 MT Jodhpur 3425 Sugar M Grade Kolhapur


3676.3

Guarseed Bikaner 3350 Sugar M Grade Kanpur


3827.9

Jeera Unjha Sugar M Grade Muzaffar Nagar


19457.15 3706.45

Mustard seed Jaipur Sugar M Grade Delhi


3800 3795

Mustard seed Alwar Sugar M Grade Kolkatta


3793.25 3904.75

Ref Soya Oil Indore 635 Turmeric Nizamabad 7326.9

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