New Delhi, 21 July (NNS):  The prices of coriander badami went up by Rs 200 to Rs 8700 per quintal owing to the increased sale even after the higher level. Recently, the prices have gone up by Rs 100 per quintal. There are about 1000 bags of coriander reported to arrive in the Baran mandi of Rajasthan and the prices held stable at the same level. The active contract rose by Rs 106 or 1.42 percent to Rs 7580 per quintal because of the increased speculative buying, due to this, the market sentiments may affect. The spot coriander may likely to remain strong during the coming days.

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