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Sultanas: exchange rate fluctuations prompt price adjustments

September 29, 2020 at 9:38 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Producers continue to sell sultanas and raisins diligently to the TMO, whereas commodity market trading is more subdued. Exporters are now largely supplied and only buy when they need to.

Additional purchases are out of the question

TMO and Tariş continue to buy sultanas and raisins from the growers, who should be able to continue to sell dried fruit to the state-run organisations until the end of the year.

Trading is, by contrast, largely subdued at the commodity exchange in Izmir, a situation that will not change so quickly. No 7 sultanas were last quoted at TRY 11.30/kg. Market players state that exporters are now sufficiently covered and are able meet the contracts they have concluded so far. Purchases beyond this are only likely to be m

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