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Groundfish Market Reports

14-01-2019 Lower quotas and some unexpected shifts in trade patterns are pushing prices up. The trade war between the United States of America and China is affecting trade and prices, but at least in the short term, it is to the ...
04-10-2018 Wildcaught groundfish supplies are expected to decline by almost 200 000 tonnes in 2018. Further cuts in whitefish quotas on the US East Coast will contribute to price rises and increased US imports of groundfish in the coming 12 months. Prices ...
20-03-2018 The report analyses the market situation until September 2017 The Groundfish Forum predicts a drop in 2018 landings of Alaska pollock and cod. Estimates published during the 2017 Forum indicate a total supply of groundfish amounting to 7.355 million tonnes, a ...
06-12-2017 The report analyses the market situation until June 2017 Reduction in the Barents Sea cod quota is expected, although it is uncertain how much the reduction will be. Consequently, some price increases are expected. For the surimi market, trade appears to ...
09-10-2017 The report analyses the market situation during the first quarter 2017. ICES has recommended a 20 percent cut in the Barents Sea cod quota for next year. If accepted, cod prices will increase further. Prices are already high due to a ...
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