Wholesale prices of edible oil broken by foreign signals
In the midst of the historical slowdown abroad, the prices of edible oils have broken significantly in the foreign markets in the past. Oil prices have come down by around Rs 50-60 per kg.
The prices of mustard and soybean oil oilseeds, crude palm oil (CPO) and palmolein closed with a fall in Delhi on Saturday amid breakdown of oil-oilseeds market abroad. Groundnut and cottonseed oilseeds remained unchanged amid increasing demand for indigenous oils. Traders said the Malaysia Exchange was bearish yesterday, while the Chicago Exchange will remain closed on Monday after a bearish Friday night. In the foreign markets in the last days amid the historical recession abroad edible oils ,edible oil) prices are quite broken. Oil prices have come down by about Rs 50-60 per kg. Apart from this, the import duty has been reduced by the government in different installments. Till two and a half years ago, import duty of 38.25 percent on soybean and sunflower imports and 41.25 percent on CPO (import duty) At present, four million tonnes of edible oil of soybean and sunflower have been allowed to be imported for two years at zero duty after the reduction in individual installments. The import duty of CPO has come down to 5.50 percent. At the same time, market sources have expressed concern that the arrival of mustard in the market is decreasing and it may face shortage during festivals.
Where did the price of edible oil reach
Mustard oilseeds in the market today Rs 7,485 to 7,535 (42 percent condition rate) per quintal, groundnut price from Rs 6,765 to 6,890 per quintal, groundnut oil mill delivery (Gujarat) price Rs 15,710 per quintal, groundnut solvent refined oil price from 2,635 Rs 2,825 per tin, Mustard oil at Dadri Rs 15,150 per quintal, Sarson Pakki Ghani price Rs 2,380 to 2,460 per tin, Sarson Kachchi Ghani Rs 2,420 to 2,525 per tin, Sesame oil mill delivery rate Rs 17,000 to 18,500 per tin. Price of Soyabean Oil Mill Delivery Delhi at Rs 14,100 per quintal, Soyabean Mill Delivery Indore at Rs 13,800 per quintal, Soyabean Oil Degum, Kandla at Rs 12,400 per quintal and CPO Ex-Kandla at Rs 11,300 per quintal Is.
Edible oil retail prices fall
At the same time, now there is a fall in the retail prices of edible oil. This month, FMCG firm Adani Wilmar has reduced the prices of its edible oils by Rs 10 per liter following the government’s decision to reduce import duty on the commodity. Adani Wilmar has reduced the maximum retail price (MRP) of one liter pack of Fortune Refined Sunflower Oil from Rs 220 to Rs 210, the company said in a statement. Similarly, the MRP of one liter pack of Fortune Soyabean and Fortune Kachchi Ghani (Mustard Oil) has been reduced from Rs 205 to Rs 195.