New Delhi. The prices of edible oils fell today in the Delhi wholesale market, while others remained stable due to weak offtake at the local level amid mixed trend in foreign markets.
Oil-Oilseeds: Globally, May palm oil futures on Malaysia’s Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange rose marginally by nine regits to reach regit 4025 per tonne. At the same time, US soy oil futures for May fell by 0.17 cents to 52.47 cents per pound.
During this, there was a declining trend in edible oils in the domestic market. Mustard oil became cheaper by Rs 146, groundnut oil by Rs 220, soya refined by Rs 294 and palm oil by Rs 200 per quintal. Whereas, there was no change in the prices of sunflower oil and vegetable oil and they remained at the level of the previous day.
Jaggery-sugar: There was stability in the sweet market. During this, the prices of sugar and jaggery remained at the level of the previous trading day. Pulses: The prices of pulses remained stable in the pulses market. There was no change in Chana, Dal Chana, Masoor Dal, Moong Dal, Urad Dal and Arhar Dal during this period. Grain: There was stability in the grain market. During this, the prices of wheat and rice remained at the level of the previous day.
Inputs From: LatestLY Hindi
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