NCDEX coriander up over 1% on supply shortage.

Futures contracts of coriander rose over 1% on NCDEX because arrivals in the spot markets of Rajasthan were declining. The most-active July contract traded at 5,120 rupees per 100 kg, up 1.3% from the previous close. In the benchmark market of Kota, the Badami variety of coriander traded at 5,700-5,850 rupees per 100 kg, while the Eagle variety was quoted at 5,900-6,000 rupees. Prices of both varieties were up 200 rupees from previous close. Arrivals in Rajasthan were 3,300 bags (1bag=40kg), down 1,100 bags from the previous day.