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New increase in the FAO Meat Price Index

The FAO Meat Price Index averaged 181.5 points in September, up 0.8 percent (1.4 points) from August, continuing the moderate month-on-month price increases observed since February 2019.

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In September, price quotations for ovine and bovine meats continued to firm on solid import demand, especially from China, despite elevated export availabilities in Oceania. By contrast, while domestic pigmeat prices in China - the world’s largest market - remained at the high levels recorded the previous month, pigmeat prices in international markets tended lower, pressured by increased export supplies in Europe. Price quotations for poultry meat remained stable, as export availabilities were adequate to meet import demand.

FAO meat price index

Thurdsday October 3, 2019/ FAO.
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