NCDEX coriander hits 1-week low on lower demand.

Futures contracts of coriander on the NCDEX extended losses and hit a one-week low because of weak demand from domestic consumers. The fall in prices was also triggered by a 231-tonne rise in inventories at exchange-designated warehouses at 21,402 tonne on previous close. The most active May contract on the NCDEX was down 0.55% from the previous close. In Baran, wholesale market in Rajasthan, the Badami variety of coriander and the Eagle both sold unchanged from previous close. Arrivals were also unchanged at 6,000 bags (1bag=40 kg).