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LFEX European Aquaculture Snapshot to 11th May, 2023
The LFEX Norwegian Exporters Index for Week 19 2023 saw a significant drop down -10.14%, -11.44 NOK to stand at 101.35 NOK FCA Oslo Week ending Thursday vs previous Thursday.
The NOK rate was down at 11.53 to the Euro over the period Thursday to Thursday -0.305 NOK or +2.58%. The Fish Pool future May was reported lower at 107.0 NOK down -3.00 NOK or -2.73%.
A normal full trading week save for a Coronation, and for the second time in a row the market opened weaker on the Friday, down- 4.37 NOK or -3.87% at 108.42. Monday held up at 109.15 as the market tried to figure out where it was, and then prices headed south posting 106.03 on Tuesday, 103.41 on Wednesday to finish the rout at 101.35 – which wasn’t predicted. Good availability of fish made buying easier especially at the end of the week. Demand was down, particularly in Poland which would account for the availability of fish and a buyers market. Pricing for next week may strengthen over all a little but this will be dependant on how much unsold fish remains available from this week. Good availability of 2-4s with the larger fish still attracting a premium (+19 NOK over 2/3s). Public holiday in Norway (17th/18th) and Ascension Day in the parts of northern Europe on the 18th will disrupt the week. We shall see.
David Nye’s technical analysis report will be published on Monday.
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