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Sultanas: no buying interest for TMO goods

April 20, 2021 at 2:51 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Although the TMO has been offering sultanas on the Izmir Commodity Exchange since last week, exporters are refraining from buying. This is because prices are too high and demand from overseas is low.

Farmers give the all-clear

After there was talk of considerable frost damage last week, which was supposed to affect between 20 and 70% of the vines, Turkish market players are now giving the all-clear. Although plants were indeed damaged, growers are now talking about a maximum of 10%. In addition, the temperatures have settled at a normal level for this time of year and adequate rainfall is providing sufficient moisture in the growing areas.

Calm market with little buying interest

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