· Agri markets overall, observed moderate volatility amid limited participation ahead of the weekend. All in all, no major development was reported with respect to the demand-supply scenario of respective counters or weather situation, essential for the Rabi crop planting.
· The NCDEX released a circular during late hours of Thursday, stating that for soybean futures there will be an additional Margin of 5% on both the Long side and Short side on all running contracts and yet to be launched contract. Similarly additional Margin of 5% on both the Long side and Short side will be imposed in Rapeseed Mustard Seed December 2015 and January 2016 expiry contracts.
· The exchange shall also impose Additional Margin of 5% on both the Long side and Short side on all running contracts, and yet to be launched contract in Castor Seed. Margin imposition in each of these commodities shall be effective from Monday November 23, 2015. This move seems to be initiated to control speculative activities in these counters.