Market Pulse week 36 — 2011
Market situation in the Northern Hemisphere, week 37 — 2011 (Sep. 9)
In North America, sales improvement was seen for Peruvian and Californian Hass avocadoes in the U.S.
In Latin America, trading decreased slightly in the Chilean market.
In Europe, good sales pace was recorded for imported supply with stable prices.
In Europe, good sales activity continued for Southern Hemisphere volumes, while the first Spanish Okitsu were traded in the Netherlands.
In Asia, active sales pace was reported for Australian Honey Murcotts in Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland.
In North America, fair sales activity was reported for imported supply in the U.S.
In Northern Europe and the U.K., low inventory rotation continued.
In Asia, price increases were reported for South African volumes leading to lower sales pace in Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, while high availability led to price adjustments in Japan.
In North America, good sales activity was registered for imported oranges in the U.S. market.
In Europe, sales pace improvements were reported in Europe compared to the previous week.
In Asia, Californian Valencias were still available in Japan, which had not yet transitioned to the South African season.
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