NCDEX coriander up 2% on low stock, domestic demand.

Futures contracts of coriander on the NCDEX rose over 1% due to a fall in inventories at exchange warehouses and rise in demand from domestic retailers. The most active July contract was up 1.1% from the previous close. Coriander stocks at NCDEX-accredited warehouses were at 30,388 tonne, down by 148 tonne from the previous week. In Kota, the Badami variety was sold for 5,600-5,800 rupees per 100 kg, while prices of the Eagle variety were at 5,800-6,000 rupees, both unchanged from the previous day. About 5,000 bags (1bag=40kg) arrived in Rajasthan, up 500 bags from previous close.