Jeera gains as in Unjha, the arrival of cumin has reduced to 35-37 thousand bags

Jeera prices rose 1.36% to 23860, spurred by lower cumin arrivals in Unjha, which fell to 35-37 thousand bags. This reduction in arrivals, combined with record-high acreage in important producing states such as Gujarat and Rajasthan, fueled the increasing trend. Farmers increased cultivation due to advantageous pricing from the previous marketing season, demonstrating a strong…

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Jeera Accomplished In Short Coverage

After a recent decline owing to increasing acreage in the major producing states of Gujarat and Rajasthan, jeera prices saw a minor uptick of 0.45% yesterday, finishing at 24440. This increase was mostly driven by short covering. Farmers greatly increased cultivation in response to the previous marketing season’s record prices, resulting in a four-year acreage…

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Higher production prospects caused prices to fall, leading to a gain in Jeera from short-covering

Yesterday, jeera prices fell sharply by 2.5 percent, closing at 26545. This was mostly caused by increased production expectations in Gujarat and Rajasthan, two important cultivation regions. In reaction to record prices seen in the previous marketing season, farmers increased their cultivation areas, resulting in a four-year high in jeera acreage for the current rabi…

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