New Delhi, 29 November (NNS): Here, the sowing seems constant in the producing states like Rajasthan and Gujarat. As a result, the prices of coriander badami remained stable at Rs 8800 per quintal. Recently, the prices have gone up by Rs 200/300 per quintal. There are around 3000/3500 bags of coriander reported to arrive in the Ramganj mandi of Rajasthan and the prices remained stable at the level of the previous day. The active contract dropped down by Rs 58 or 0.74 to Rs 7820 per quintal due to the sluggish speculative buying. The market sentiments may affect owing to the affected sowing of coriander in Gujarat. In this situation, there is no possibility of uptrend in the spot prices of coriander during the near future.

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