A few oils in the non-edible section, also moved up on increased offtake by consuming industries.
Traders said fresh buying by vanaspati millers and retailers to meet the wedding season demand mainly led to rise in wholesale edible oil prices.
They said firm demand from consuming industries against restricted arrivals from producing belts influenced prices of select non-edible oils.
In the national capital, groundnut mill delivery (Gujarat) and mustard expeller (Dadri) oils rose by Rs 200 and Rs 100 to Rs 11,900 and Rs 8,300 per quintal, respectively.
Mustard pakki and kachi ghani oils traded higher by Rs 10 each to Rs 1,240-1,380 and Rs 1,395-1,495 per tin, respectively.
Sesame and cottonseed mill delivery (Haryana) oils which remained steady for the major part of week, met with fag-end buiying and ended higher by Rs 50 each at Rs 8,750 and Rs 6,950 per quintal, respectively.
In line with a general firming trend, soyabean refined mill delivery (Indore) and soyabean degum (Kandla) oils moved up by Rs 50 each to Rs 7,150 and Rs 6,750, while crude palm oil (ex-kandla) shot up by Rs 200 to Rs 7,100 per quintal.
Palmolein (rbd) and Palmolein (Kandla) oils too seen in demand and gained Rs 50 each at Rs 7,250 and Rs 6,800 per quintal, respectively.
In the non-edible section, linseed oil rose by Rs 50 to Rs 5,900 per quintal on fresh enquiries from paint industries.
Neem oil went up by the same margin to Rs 4,650-4,750 per quintal on increased demand from soap manufacturers.
Grains: Rice basmati and other bold grains rose smartly on the wholesale grains market during the week on persistent buying by stockists driven by pick up in demand from stockists and retailers to meet rising demand.
However, wheat eased on adequate supplies against reduced offtake by flour mills and other bulk consumers.
Meanwhile, Food Corporation of India has asked the state governments to release nearly 2.7 million tonnes of wheat to bulk consumers, such as flour mills and biscuit makers, to control retail prices.
Traders said persistent buying by stockists for the wedding season mainly led to an upswing in rice basmati and other bold grain prices.
Adequate stocks following increased arrivals from producing regions against reduced offtake by flour mills and other bulk consumers such as biscuit makers kept pressure on wheat prices.
In the national capital, rice basmati common and Pusa-1121 remained in demand and up by Rs 300 each to Rs 5,700-5,800 and Rs 5,300-6,100 per quintal, respectively. Permal raw, wand, sela and IR-8 were ended higher by Rs 50 each to Rs 2,000-2,100,Rs 2,250-2,300, Rs 2,500-2,700 and Rs 1,550-1,650 per quintal in line with a firming trend in rice basmati.
Other bold grains like barley shjot up by Rs 40 to Rs 1,440-1,455 and maize traded higher by Rs 15 to Rs 1,410-1,420 per quintal respectively. Jowar yellow and white too gained Rs 25 each to Rs 1,300-1,325 and Rs 2,125-2,325 per quintal, respectively.
On the other hand, wheat dara (for mills) fell by Rs 30 to Rs 1,620-1,625 per quintal on increased supplies. Atta chakki delivery followed suit and lost Rs 35 at Rs 1,625- 1,630 per 90 kg.
Pulses: Weak conditions developed on the wholesale pulses market during the past as select pulses fell on sluggish demand at prevailing higher levels amid increased supplies.
Traders said besides fall in demand at prevailing higher levels, increased supplies from producing region mainly kept pressure on select wholesale pulse prices.
In the national capital, moong and its dal chilka local declined by Rs 100 each to Rs 5,100-5,800 and Rs 5,700-6,100, while moong dal dhoya local and best quality traded lower by the same margin to Rs 6,200-6,300 and Rs 6,900-7,000 per quintal.
Malka local and best quality which remained steady for the major part of week, met with resistance and softened by Rs 50 each to Rs 3,850-3,950 and Rs 4,050-4,150 per quintal, respectively.
Gram eased to Rs 4,400-5,800 against last close of Rs 4,600-5,860 and gram dal local and best quality were down by Rs 200 each to Rs 5,560-5,660 and Rs 5,750-5,850 per quintal, respectively.
Moth weakened to Rs 4,000-4,400 from Rs 4,000-4,500, while peas white and green shed Rs 50 each at Rs 2,850-2,875 and Rs 2,950-3,050 per quintal, respectively. Arhar and its dal dara variety declined by Rs 50 each to Rs 4,000-4,200 and Rs 5,600- 5,800 per quintal, respectively.