QUOTE AND NEWS
The Economic Times  Jul 18  Comment 
​​The aim is to improve the returns of farmers across the country. If procurement is similar to last season, it is estimated that rice farmers alone will make Rs 7,000 crore more than last year.
Reuters  Jul 13  Comment 
Chinese officials have been inspecting Indian rice mills to import non-basmati rice, a senior Indian government official told reporters on Friday.
New York Times  Jul 12  Comment 
There is so much to lose and so little to gain for the United States in the Trump-Putin summit next week.
Reuters  Jul 10  Comment 
India's rice exports are set to ease from October as the world's biggest shipper of the grain boosts guaranteed prices that farmers receive for much of their crop, making new season cargoes expensive compared to supply from rival growers.
The Economic Times  Jul 9  Comment 
Corteva Agriscience said India’s rice yields were significantly lower than the global average owing to the menace of aggressive plant hoppers.
The Economic Times  Jul 9  Comment 
Farmers can quickly make up for the lost time in planting if rainfall picks up this week as predicted by the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
The Economic Times  Jul 8  Comment 
M&M is focusing on global centre of excellence (CoE) for rice value chain to create global access of harvesters and rice transplanters through Mitsubishi Mahindra Agricultural Machinery (MAM), Jejurikar said.
Reuters  Jul 5  Comment 
Export prices for rice in major producers across Asia fell this week, with rates in India hitting their lowest level in 14 months on sluggish demand and a weaker rupee.
Reuters  Jul 5  Comment 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pre-election gambit to sharply hike state-mandated prices for summer crops, including rice, may mean little to millions of farmers, as the government lacks the storage and funds needed to buy most of the produce.
Reuters  Jul 4  Comment 
India has raised the price at which the government will buy new- season common rice variety from domestic farmers by 13 percent, said Home Minister Rajnath Singh, as the state looks to woo farmers ahead of general elections due next year.




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Rice is a cereal grain and one of the most widely consumed foodstuffs throughout the world.

The chart at left shows continuos front-month futures prices for Rough Rice traded on the [[Chicago Board of Trade].

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Rough Rice futures contracts are traded on the Chicago Board of Trade under ticker symobl RR and are delivered every year in January, March, May, July, September, and November. (For more information on commodity tickers, check out the commodity ticker construction page.)

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