New Delhi. Palm oil and vegetable oil prices fell today in the Delhi wholesale market due to weakening demand at the local level amid a mixed trend in overseas markets.
Oil-Oilseeds: Globally, May palm oil futures on Malaysia’s Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange declined by 23 regit to 4061 regit per tonne. At the same time, US soy oil futures for May advanced 0.18 cents to 53.83 cents per pound. During this period, edible oils remained mixed in the domestic market.
Palm oil became cheaper by Rs 133 and vegetable oil by Rs 134 per quintal. Whereas, there was no change in the prices of mustard oil, groundnut oil, sunflower oil and soya refined and remained at the previous day’s level.Jaggery-sugar: The sweet market remained stable. During this, the prices of sugar and jaggery remained at the level of the previous trading day.
Pulses: Mixed trend in the pulses market. During this, gram became costlier by Rs 50, dal chana by Rs 50 and urad dal by Rs 50 per quintal. Whereas, there was no change in Masoor Dal, Moong and Arhar Dal. 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: News18 Hindi
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