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Tomato prices shoot up to Rs 60 per kg
Financial Express

Tomato prices shoot up to Rs 60/kg

As consumers wait for onion prices to cool down, retail prices of tomatoes have skyrocketed to Rs 60 per kg in the national capital. Mother Dairy's Safal outlets are selling tomatoes at Rs 44 per kg, double of Rs 20 per kg at which the staple was ... Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
Tomato prices shoot up to Rs 60 per kg Deepika Global, 1 week ago
Tomato prices shoot up to Rs 60/kg in Delhi The Echo Of India, 1 week ago

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Financial Express

India: Tomato prices skyrocket to Rs 40 ($0.67 USD) per kg

After a rise in rates of onions and potatoes, now its the turn of tomatoes whose retail prices have skyrocketed to Rs 40 ($0.67 USD) per kg in the national capital. Local vendors as well as Mother Dairy's Safal outlets are selling tomatoes ...
 Fresh Plaza1 week ago Tomato prices skyrocket to Rs 40 per kg  Business Standard India1 week ago Tomato prices skyrocket to Rs 40 per kg  Financial Express1 week ago

Onion to hit Rs 100/kg by October? | Edit: Inflation battle has just begun

PUNE, KOLKATA: Onion prices are poised to jump to Rs 100 per kg by October while potato rates may fall briefly but rise again despite government measures to boost supply by restricting exports, as hailstorms and unseasonal rain in the past, along ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Despite govt steps, onion prices all set to jump to Rs 100 a kg  Economic Times1 month ago Onion prices set to hit Rs 100 a kg despite Modi government's steps  Economic Times1 month ago Onion prices set to jump to Rs 100/kg by October  Economic Times1 month ago

Onion, potatoes to cost less in Delhi

KOLKATA, PUNE: Potatoes and onions are not likely to pinch the pockets of Delhi citizens in the next few weeks. Traders in the four regulated markets of Delhi - Azadpur, Okhla, Keshopur and Gazipur - have decided to sell potatoes and onions on a 'no ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

It's time we knew our onions

The farmers' leaders believe that the amendment in APMC Act would open up the farm market to MNCs For the past week, many farmers' organisations in Karnataka are on protest against an amendment to the state's Agricultural Produce Market Committee ...
 Bangalore Mirror3 days ago

Traders committees: Government's APMC Law will prove to be difficult for farmers to find suitable buyers

KOLKATA | NEW DELHI: Traders and mandi market committees do not feel threatened with the government's move to override the state APMC (Agricultural Produce Market Committee) laws and facilitate farmers to sell their produce anywhere in the country.
 Economic Times1 week ago

Vegetable prices likely to rise, pulses to be stable

NEW DELHI: Even as rainfall remains weak, and the forecasts show patchy rainfall until mid-July, vegetable traders say prices are likely to rise although pulses are expected to be stable. Pulses traders say that sales have increased in the past 15 ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Seeking Alpha

The REIT Bull Has Room To Run: Why 2014 Is Not 2007

Summary Underlying risks in investing in REITs are much lower today vs 2007, though valuation ratios are cheaper. In 2007, companies with higher debt and development pipelines were rewarded with higher multiples. Today, investors are forcing them ...
 Seeking Alpha3 weeks ago

Inside New York's bustling, lock-tight produce trading hub

Tweet [embedded content] Send to a friend Print | Back Close Your Name *(required) Your E-mail: *(required) Your personal message Enter the e-mails from friends: Friend 1.- *(required) Friend 2.- Friend ...
 Fresh Fruit Portal.com3 weeks ago

Commodity traders play safe as government talks tough on hoarding

NEW DELHI: Commodity traders are a panicked lot, with the government talking tough on hoarding. They aren't taking any chances to speculate price movements because of fear that any adverse price comments could put them under the scanner. Playing ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
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