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Saturday, 2 July 2016

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High prices lead to greater regulation of agri commodity futures
The two back-to-back droughts and a delay in monsoon have led to a rise in agriculture commodity prices. This increase is taking a toll on the health of agriculture futures market. Market regulator SEBI has had the government move in to contain rising commodity prices. 

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Short term knee-jerk measures like cracking down on pulses traders haven't been able to improve supply situation. Long-term measures are being discussed but yet to be implemented.

The chana futures have gone the same way like urad and tur which were banned in early 2007 and never revived. In 2014, potato futures faced the same fate due to lower crop produce and rise in prices. First margins were increased and then positions on future contracts were disallowed. And the markets had just about recovered from a suspension in castor seed futures this year.

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Though prices of pulses have almost doubled since the beginning of this year, they gained 20 percent in the past two months. Chana prices have hit new highs on the back of lower crop and availability. Urad, which is not traded on futures exchanges, also hit new highs at Rs 196 a kg. Commodity prices, however, have seen some decline in the last couple of days.

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