On NCDEX Settled Down -0.43% At 623.1



On NCDEX settled down -0.43% at 623.1 on hope of increasing supply in near term and higher stockpiles. Prices of oil were down on higher supply as inventories with traders and stockiest is sufficient and they have opted to buy as per requirements to cater retail demand. Moreover, soyoil stock at various ports of the country totalled at March 20 at 121,000 tons as compared to 94,000 tons a week ago, which is sufficient to meet the demand. According to data released by the Solvent Extractors' Association of India (SEA), India's edible oil imports rose 15.8% on year to 1.23 mt in February. The government has cut the base import price of soyoil by $9 per tonnes for second half of March. The base import price of crude soyoil is now at $805 from $879 during Feb first half. India imported 17 per cent more vegetable oil in February 2017 at 1,270,443 tonnes, compared to 1,082,009 tonnes in the corresponding month last year. However, so far in the current oil year (November to October), vegetable oil imports have declined by a modest 8 per cent to 4,680,451 tonnes (November 2016-February 2017 period) as against 5,098,400 tonnes in the corresponding period last year.

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