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LFEX European Aquaculture Snapshot to 13th January, 2022
Market Insight – Europe
The market was up again this week with the LFEX Norwegian Exporters prices up +6.77%, +4.66 NOK at 73.49 FCA Oslo Week 2 ending Thursday vs previous Thursday price.
The NOK slightly ahead against the Euro at 9.93 down -0.11 NOK or -1.1% Thursday to Thursday and the Fish Pool future January climbed 0.8 to 68.5 NOK or +1.18% over the same period.
The market opened up 4.3% on Friday at 71.79 and remained flat-ish to Tuesday when storms and bad weather affected harvesting forcing some cancellations and prices moved up a little more. Expectation of higher harvest volumes next week, but a sense that prices won’t go lower. Overall good demand impacted by harvesting keeps prices high.
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