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Salmon Market Reports

10-03-2017 As biomasses in Norwegian farms pushed regulatory limits in late summer, markets have had to absorb relatively larger volumes of farmed salmon with the prevailing exceptionally high prices falling somewhat as a result. The global supply situation remains extremely tight, ...
07-11-2016 As global demand shows little sign of abating, prices for farmed salmon have been pushed steeply upwards over the last six months as the market adjusts to multiple supply limiting developments. These include algal bloom mortalities and new regulations in ...
06-06-2016 News in the salmon sector for 2016 has so far been dominated by reports of a massive algal bloom in southern Chile that had killed some 27 million fish by 10 March. Compounded by an expected drop in production in ...
03-12-2015 Norwegian prices stay up but Chilean exporters facing serious challenges Problems are mounting for the Chilean farmed salmon sector, with prices now down at 2012 levels and production costs already well above other producing countries. Due to a range of different ...
01-10-2015 Pessimism grows in Chile amidst antibiotic concerns and falling prices in major markets. The forecasted growth in farmed Atlantic production in Norway this year is marginally below last year at around 4%. However, so far, significantly higher volumes have been absorbed ...
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