April 14, 2024


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Tea prices in Kochi hit on improved arrivals in North Indian auctions

Tea rates – each dust and leaf versions — declined at Kochi auctions subsequent a seasonal correction in line with excellent and improved quantity made available at North Indian auction centres.

The minimized offtake has also found from specific sections of the trade. The impression of this has reflected in Kochi auction rates in sale 39. Having said that, the auction rates in this article are nevertheless substantially bigger in comparison to amounts from former several years, the auctioneers Forbes, Ewart & Figgis explained.

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The quantity made available in dust grades was five,54,505 kg with 88 for each cent was sold. The market was lessen by ₹5 to ₹15 and the drop in rates was a lot more for the plainer and browner teas. It also witnessed some withdrawals. The common selling price realisation was also down at ₹191 as opposed to ₹199 in the former 7 days.

In orthodox dust, the market was lessen by ₹10 and a lot more. The quantity made available was fourteen,025 kg and only forty three for each cent was sold. Exporters and upcountry purchasers have absorbed a compact quantity.

Leaf rates drop

The leaf rates also declined with the market for Nilgiri brokens and full leaf in orthodox versions was lessen by ₹5 to ₹10. Exporters to CIS countries and other places lent only a reasonable guidance. The quantity made available was 3,44,949 kg with eighty for each cent was sold. The common selling price realised was down at ₹191 in opposition to ₹193.75 in the former 7 days.

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The desire for CTC leaf was reasonable with seventy one for each cent of the made available quantity of 1,11,000 kg was sold. The market for fantastic brokens and Fannings was much easier by ₹5 to ₹7, although the rest ended up lessen by ₹5 to ₹10. It also witnessed large amount of withdrawals. Kerala and upcountry purchasers lent reasonable guidance.