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Pine nuts: new offers after the turn of the year

November 10, 2020 at 11:53 AM, Der AUDITOR
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BEIJING. The Chinese pine nut market is showing mixed tendencies. There are more offers than before, but at the same time there are also exporters who do not want to submit any more offers this year.

Prices increase by USD 300/mt

The opinions of various Chinese pine nut exporters could hardly be more different. The growing supples of different kernel sizes is probably an indication of better raw material availability. Nevertheless, the price trend continues to rise. Pinus sibirica, 1,100 pcs/100 g were up USD 300/mt on last week and are now at a level of USD 17,100/mt CFR Hamburg. For larger kernels like Pinus sibirica, 650 pcs/100 g, exporters are currently charging prices of around USD 27,000/mt CFR Hamburg.

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