Weekly updated prices of Bayintnaung Commodity Market

Prices of onions and garlic increased in the Yangon Market from 12 to 18 October. The price of pigeon peas remained stable despite the black gram price increased. The reference price of palm oil also decreased.
Onion
Only 120,000 visses of onions arrived at the market on 18 October, and the depot opening prices of Seikphyu and Monywa onions in wholesale ranged from K1,900 to K3,300 per viss.
The highest price of onions in regional markets was K2,650 per viss. A total of 40,000 visses entered the Pakokku market on 17 October at the highest price of K2,650 per viss.
Garlic
On 18 October in the Yangon market, a viss of Shan garlic was priced at K8,000 for S2, K8,500 for S3, K8,800 for S4, and K9,100 for S5, while Kyukok garlic was valued at K7,600.
Potato
The Yangon potato market only published the price of Chinese potatoes on 18 October, with the wholesale price of Chinese potatoes at K1,800 per viss.
Chilli Pepper
On 18 October, in the Yangon chilli pepper market, Eainme and Panye long chilli peppers were priced at approximately K5,000–K7,000 per viss, while new Pyawbwe Moehtaung chilli peppers were priced at K10,500 per viss. Sinphyukyun and delta region bell peppers were valued at K14,000–K16,000 per viss.
Rice
On 18 October, the price per bag of old monsoon non-premium rice was K60,000, old non-premium rice grown under multiple cropping was K66,000, the 90-day rice variety was K72,000, and the Pawkywe rice variety was K88,000.
Pawsan rice varieties ranged from K98,000 to K125,000 per bag, depending on the rice-producing regions.
Palm oil
The wholesale reference price of palm oil from 16 to 22 October is K4,275 per viss, decreasing by K65 per viss compared to the previous week. A tonne of palm oil on the foreign market rose to US$832.5 on 16 October.
Beans and pulses
On 18 October, the price of black gram was K2,691,000 per tonne for RC and K2,981,000 per tonne for SQ/RC. Meanwhile, a tonne of pigeon peas was valued at K4,075,000.
Additionally, the price of green gram (Kayan Shwewah variety) and Pakokku variety fetched K3,630 and K3,080-K3,250 per viss, respectively, while that of half of chickpeas was K5,850–K6,100 per viss. — TWA/CT

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