Other Commodities

14 Sep 17
Coffee exports get 'instant' boost
01:50 AM
India’s emergence as the export hub of instant coffee is pushing up overall coffee exports from the country. Coffee exports rose to 1,77,805 tonnes during April-August 2017 from 1,62,641 tonnes in the same period last year.
Tea prices drop in Tamil Nadu as HUL and Tata skip auction
01:43 AM
The tea prices in Tamil Nadu dropped to Rs 65 a kg from Rs 95 as Hindustan Unilever and Tata skipped the auctions at Coonoor and Coimbatore.
22 Aug 17
Basmati overtakes buffalo meat as top export commodity
04:46 AM
Basmati rice has regained the tag of top commodity export from India, overtaking buffalo meat in the June quarter.
Urad, moong imports put in restricted category
04:28 AM
The government on Monday put imports of urad and moong dal under the restricted category and fixed a cap for its in-bound shipments up to three lakh tonnes.
02 Aug 17
Weavers reel under post-GST hike in yarn prices
04:00 AM
A post Goods and Services Tax (GST) hike in prices of fully drawn yarn (FDY) and partially oriented yarn (POY) by 5-7% has sent the synthetic textile weaving industry reeling under margin pressures.
15 Jun 17
Commodity traders wary of building inventory
04:41 AM
A sustained fall in prices of farm produce on expectations of a bumper kharif output is hurting farmers nationwide. Traders are not buying even at low prices due to tight liquidity and expectations of even lower prices after the GST is imposed.
12 May 17
Cotton prices to remain stable in Q1FY18; will buck usual trend: Ind-Ra
12:39 AM
India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has revised its outlook for the cotton to stable for 2017-18, from negative last year due to balanced supply and demand situation, which will lead to stable cotton prices.
20 Apr 17
Sugar futures fall after Cabinet extends cap on stocks by 6 months
06:00 AM
Indian sugar futures fell on Wednesday after the cabinet extended by six months a limit on the quantity of sugar that mills can hold, in a move to contain high local prices.
13 Apr 17
Detergent prices to rise as chemical duty kicks in
12:29 AM
Consumers are staring at a second hike in prices of detergents within a fortnight, with the government slapping an anti-dumping duty on a key input in manufacturing detergents.
06 Apr 17
Heavy rain helps Assam tea industry clear stock, but production to decline
12:55 AM
A tea garden worker plucks tea leaves inside Aideobarie Tea Estate in Jorhat in Assam, India.
05 Mar 17
A better way to track various commodities?
10:38 PM
Frank Yiannas has spent years looking in vain for a better way to track lettuce, steaks and snack cakes from farm and factory to the shelves of Walmart, where he is the vice-president for food safety.
03 Mar 17
Cotton exports might lose thread over Chinese offtake
02:01 AM
India’s cotton exports are likely to decline by 20 per cent this year, following the Chinese government’s decision to auction its own fibre stock. Indian exporters will thus not be able to reap the benefit of high international prices.
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