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Daily Sugar Market Update By Vizzie – 03/04/2024

By Published On: April 11, 20241.6 min readViews: 1240 Comments on Daily Sugar Market Update By Vizzie – 03/04/2024

ChiniMandi, Mumbai: 3rd April 2024

Domestic Market

Domestic sugar were reported stable

Domestic sugar prices in major markets were reported to be stable after a mixed session yesterday. However, with a higher monthly quota, they are expected to face continued pressure in the coming days. Furthermore, demand is expected to be weak in the major markets, putting pressure on prices.

In Muzaffarnagar, M-grade sugar costs between Rs 3,770 and Rs 3,800 per quintal, while S-grade sugar is expected to cost between Rs 3,420 and Rs 3,450. Agrimandi anticipates that the price of S grade sugar in the Kolhapur market will fall to between Rs 3,380 and Rs 3,460 per quintal within the next two weeks.

Ex-mill Sugar Prices as on  April, 3 2024 :

State

S/30

[Rates per Quintal]

M/30

[Rates per Quintal]

Maharashtra

₹3440 to 3470

₹3520 to 3550

Karnataka

₹3620 to 3630

₹3675

Uttar Pradesh

₹3760 to 3790

Gujarat

₹3471 to 3501

₹3521 to 3561

Tamil Nadu

₹3600 to 3750

Madhya Pradesh

₹3600 to 3610

₹3650 to 3660

Punjab

₹3825 to 3860

(All the above rates are excluding GST)

Destination-wise Spot Prices as on April, 3 2024 :

City

Grade

Rate

Delhi

M/30

₹4,005.75

Kanpur

M/30

₹3,958.50

Kolhapur

M/30

₹3,738.00

Kolkata

M/30

₹3,979.50

Muzaffarnagar

M/30

₹3,953.25

 

International Market

At the time of writing this update London White Sugar #5 front month contract is trading at $654.10 ton, whereas the New York Sugar #11 front month contract is trading at 22.50 c/lb.

Currency, Commodity & Indian Indices

The rupee traded against the US dollar at 83.523 whereas USD was trading with BRL at 5.0739, Crude futures traded at ₹7156, Crude WTI traded at $85.75 barrel. Sensex closed 27.09 points lower at 73876.82 whereas Nifty ended 18.65 points lower at 22434.65

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