Weekly updated prices of Bayintnaung commodity market

From 20 to 26 September in the Yangon Bayintnaung Market, onion prices saw a slight increase, while the prices of rice, potatoes, and garlic remained low. Additionally, the reference price for palm oil decreased once again.
Although the wholesale price of special-sized onions was K3,150 per viss on 19th September, it dropped to K2,900 per viss on 23rd September. By 26 September, the price had slightly risen to K2,950 per viss.
On 26 September, approximately 90,000 visses of onions from various regions entered the market, with Seikphyu onions priced between K2,500 and K2,950 per viss. It is worth noting that the highest price for a viss of onions remained below K3,000 in regional markets.
The Seikphyu market received 35,000 visses of onions at a maximum price of K2,700 per viss, while the Pakokku depot received a total of 9,000 visses of onions, reaching a maximum price of K2,550 per viss.
The Yangon potato market only published prices for Chinese potatoes on 26 September, with the wholesale price of Chinese potatoes falling to K1,900 per viss.
Chilli Pepper
In the Yangon chilli pepper market on 26 September, Eainme and Panye long chilli peppers were priced at approximately K8,000–K11,000 per viss. New Pyawbwe Moehtaung chilli peppers were priced at K11,500, and Sinphyukyun and delta region bell peppers, processed in cold storage, were valued at K18,000–K18,500 per viss.
On 26 September, at the Yangon rice market, the price per bag of multi-cropped rice was K69,000, the 90-day rice variety stood at K72,000, and the Pawkywe rice variety was priced at K97,000. Pawsan rice variants ranged from K100,000 to K125,000 per bag, depending on the producing region. Low-grade rice fell below the reference price.
On 26 September, Shan garlic was priced at K7,100 per viss for S2, K8,200 for S3, K8,300 for S4, and K8,500 for S5 in the Yangon market. Kyukok garlic was priced at K7,200 per viss.
Palm Oil
The wholesale reference price of palm oil is K4,375 per viss from 25 September to 1 October, marking a K65 per viss decrease compared to the previous week.
Beans and Pulses
On 26 September, the price of black gram was K2,540,000 per tonne for RC and K2,840,000 per tonne for SQ/RC. Meanwhile, a tonne of pigeon peas was valued at K4,050,000.
Additionally, the price of green gram (Kayan Shwewah variety) was K3,630, and the Pakokku variety ranged from K3,080 to K3,250 per viss. Chickpeas were priced at K5,850–K6,100 per viss. — TWA/CT

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