20 Mar 2018 | 4:05 PM

Commodity Research Reports

Daily | 20 Mar 2018 | 10:28 AM
Weekly | 19 Mar 2018 | 07:52 PM
Gold prices fell on Friday to settle at their lowest level in two weeks as the dollar remained supported by expectations for a rate hike at the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting this week. Gold futures for April delivery settled down 0.27% at $1,314.20 on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. It was the lowest close since March 1. For the week, prices were down 0.88%.
Daily | 19 Mar 2018 | 10:31 AM
Daily | 19 Mar 2018 | 09:44 AM
Highlights: • Agri markets showed moderate recovery by end of the week as markets showed some short covering ahead of the weekend holidays. • Overall sentiments are likely to turn slight positive in the coming days as new rabi crop arrivals gradually slow down. Prices have fallen a lot on these arrivals over last few months. And market sources indicate that the demand on the domestic and export front are likely to rise for the new crop in coming weeks at these lower levels. • A moderate firmness is not ruled out for the agri markets this week as slight firmness in International markets for agri commodities and a firm trend in Crude oil too are likely to lend further support to the market sentiments.
Daily | 16 Mar 2018 | 10:35 AM
Daily | 16 Mar 2018 | 10:22 AM
Highlights: • Agri markets kept trading with high volatility as moderate recovery was noted yesterday. Firmness in International markets too lent support to oil complex as prospects of demand picking up in coming weeks kept supporting rates for Spices. • Cotton/Kapas traded weak with fall in International markets – but with fundamentals looking firm, some recovery cannot be ruled out in the near future. Moderate fall in Guar too was noted even as prices look set to recover in coming weeks ahead.
Daily | 15 Mar 2018 | 10:35 AM
Daily | 15 Mar 2018 | 09:47 AM
Highlights: • After the initial recovery in prices seen early during the week, the higher levels could not be sustained as profits booking took place amidst lack of strong demand at these higher levels. Even as there are expectations of domestic and export demand rising in coming weeks for the new Rabi crop, traders are reportedly waiting for dips for fresh Buys. • Trading activities are expected to improve in coming days with the Festive season domestic demand expected to gain pace. Exports too are likely to rise. With Rabi crop arrivals likely to fall in coming days, this may support the market sentiments further for the medium term.
Daily | 14 Mar 2018 | 10:36 AM
Daily | 14 Mar 2018 | 09:52 AM
Highlights: • Prices recovered strongly for most Agri commodities on falling new Rabi crop arrivals amidst rising demand at these lower levels on the domestic and export front. It needs to be mentioned that prices have fallen significantly over last few months on Rabi crop arrivals. Traders anticipate further fall in rates may be limited. • Firmness in International markets too lent support to the falling prices. Even as overall production is expected to be on the higher side for 2017-18 crops, market sources feel present rates to be on the lower side. • We can expect some more recovery for most counters (except Mentha) this week but a high volatility is likely to persist in the markets. Sentiments remain firm in the medium to long term.
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