Several key commodities showed significant fluctuations in performance over the most recent trading week. Maize dropped by 5.23%, while paddy rice dropped by 2.14%. Sorghum and wheat, on the other hand, remained stable with no significant adjustments week after week.
There was a favorable trend in commodity prices in the open market, with sorghum standing out as the best performer with an impressive 6.24% increase over the previous week. Meanwhile, several commodities saw price swings on a global scale. Sesame increased by 3.36%, whereas cocoa increased by only 1.88%. Maize, on the other hand, saw its global market price fall by 2.09%.
In summary, commodities had a mixed week, with some seeing rises, like as sorghum in the open market, while others, such as maize, had decreases both locally and globally. These variations reflect the volatile nature of commodity markets.
Commodity prices dropped in the most recent trading week. Maize fell 5.23%, while paddy rice fell 2.14%. Sorghum and wheat remained unchanged.
Paddy Rice was the clear winner in the open market, with a phenomenal 8.25% increase week on week.
Prices for several commodities increased in the worldwide market during the same period, with sesame rising by 3.36% and cocoa rising by 1.88%. However, maize fell by 2.09 percent.
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