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Sultanas: buyers prefer to wait

February 4, 2020 9:59 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Exports from Turkey are lagging as much as 12,000 metric tonnes behind last season. This has prompted price declines. Market players are currently speculating on when trading activities will revive.

Carry-over stocks to range at 25,000-30,000 metric tonnes

Turkey has shipped 122,303 metric tonnes overseas since the start of the season, which is 12,000 metric tonnes less than one year ago. The gap is becoming wider. At USD 2.089 per metric tonne this season’s average export price ranges higher than last year. Last week’s average export price, however, ranged lower at USD 2,121 per metric tonne than in the same week one year ago when the average price was USD 2,137 per metric tonne. Turkey shipped 3,598 metric tonnes overseas last week, which is less

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