Dried Fruit

Sultanas: correction of global production estimates

March 23, 2021 4:40 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. The dismissal of Turkey's central bank chief Naci Agbal last weekend has stirred up the financial market and the growing uncertainty is causing Turkish dried fruit exporters to hold back on offers.

Uncertainties weigh on the market

All eyes are now on the growing regions and the weather in the coming days. This week started with spring-like temperatures, but snow and rain with local frost have already been forecast for the second half of the week. While price indications remain at last week's level, traders indicate that they will adjust their offers based on the daily situation if necessary. Market players report continued weak demand from overseas and no more than 100 mt of sultanas are traded per day on the Izmir exchange. In additi

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