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Seabass and Seabream Market Reports

06-01-2014 Turkey becomes largest producer but prices weaken and costs continue to rise The increasing volumes of seabass and seabream that are coming to market have led to weaker prices. Although consumers have reason to be happy, producers are in a different ...
16-10-2013 Some nervousness in the market as supply may be larger than expected Despite contracting consumer demand in many markets and tight access to finance making difficulties for importers and distributors, import volumes for bass and bream still remain stable and in ...
15-02-2012 During 2011, most producers scaled back production from the previous year, leading to higher prices, in particular for bream. The situation soon after returned to normal with bass quoted higher than bream, which is the usual price. The long term outlook ...
08-02-2011 Improved balance between demand and supply should lead to a stronger market in 2011 and firmer prices compared with those in 2010 Although the prospects for the bass and bream sector are notoriously hard to forecast because of the uncertainly in ...
07-07-2010 Demand in the large European cities is declining as schools close for the holidays and consumers start spending more time out-of-town. Weaker bream prices as demand is slacking Demand in the large European cities is declining as schools close for the holidays ...
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