New Delhi: Coriander costs
on Thursday rose by Rs 14 to Rs 6,660 per quintal in futures commerce as speculators widened their holdings monitoring agency development
in spot market
. On the Nationwide Commodity and Derivatives Alternate
, coriander for October supply
gained Rs 14, or 0.21 per cent, to Rs 6,660 per quintal with an open curiosity of two,500 tons.
The spice for supply in November traded increased by Rs 2, or 0.03 per cent, to Rs 6,750 per quintal with an open curiosity of two,010 tons.
A agency development in spot market and restricted provides from producing areas pushed up coriander costs right here, market analysts stated.