NEW DELHI (Commodity Online): The prices of sugar and pulses in Indian markets for the last week were seen declined while the prices of other commodities remained steady, according to a data collected by the Department of Consumer Affairs.
Sugar prices have declined at 12 centres including Delhi, Shimla, Raipur and Patna, said the data. Gram dal prices have remained steady at all the reporting centers and declined at Shimla and increased at only Thiruvananthapuram.
Tur dal prices have come down at Delhi, Shimla and Thiruvananthapuram and have remained steady at other centers except for an increase at Mumbai and Hyderabad. Urad and Moong dal prices have declined at Hyderabad and remained steady at all the reporting centers except for an increase at Delhi and Mumbai.
Masoor dal prices have decreased at Delhi, Raipur and Thiruvananthapuram and remained steady at all the reporting centers. An increase has been reported at Hyderabad. Potato prices have remained steady at all the reporting centers and decreased at Thiruvananthapuram.
Onion prices have decreased at 10 centers including Delhi, Shimla, Mumbai, Patna and Thiruvananthapuram. Wheat, edible oils and vanaspati prices have remained steady at most of the reporting centers.
At Delhi, retail prices of tur dal, urad dal, masoor dal, sugar, mustard oil, vanaspati and onion have decreased, while rice, wheat, atta, gram dal, milk, groundnut oil, and salt prices remained steady over one week. Prices of moong dal and potato registered slight increase.