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Dried figs: prices increased as expected

November 2, 2021 4:06 PM, Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. The increases in export prices that market players had expected due to the strong exchange rate fluctuations and higher commodity prices have indeed taken place. However, this does not apply to all varieties.

Exchange rate stabilises

The price increases for dried figs that market players had already expected have actually taken place this week. Initially, farmgate prices had climbed, which is now also reflected in export prices. However, the increases are primarily noticeable for the Lerida, no 1 variety, which has become USD 225/mt more expensive compared to last week. Lerida, no 4 also saw slight increases, while no 2 remained stable and prices for Lerida, no 3 even fell by USD 100/mt. Exchange rate fluctuations have eased a bit again comp

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