New Delhi, 13 July(NNS): The prices of cumin seems sluggish owing to the constant selling from the stockists and the speculators, but the market remained under pressure because of the continuous speculative selling in contract market during the last two days, due to this reason, in spot, today, the inferior quality stock declined by Rs.500 to Rs.64,000/67,000 per quintal. Presently, huge amount of stock has been exporting from the Unjha line because  it is ruling at higher level in the international markets. Despite all this, it is profitable for the traders to do profit-taking selling at the current prices. Now, the market may increase during the coming days after the correction of Rs.10 per kilogram.

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