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85 FOOD OUTLOOK NOVEMBER 2018 APPENDIX TABLE 29: FISH PRICE INDICES Period Total Aquaculture Capture White fish Salmon Shrimp Pelagic excl. tuna Tuna Other fish Annual (Jan/Dec) .................................................................. (2002-2004=100) .................................................................. 2007 124 115 132 139 147 102 130 135 126 2008 136 120 148 151 151 109 148 162 133 2009 126 119 131 132 159 98 140 147 128 2010 137 137 136 138 187 109 144 146 146 2011 154 149 157 151 195 124 173 175 166 2012 144 124 157 145 146 107 207 195 176 2013 148 141 151 134 157 126 215 190 175 2014 157 158 153 142 159 148 210 175 185 2015 142 137 146 141 134 129 216 150 196 2016 146 145 146 141 162 129 207 153 194 2017 154 152 155 143 177 136 226 168 208 Monthly 2016 - January 140 136 141 137 141 126 189 142 193 2016 - February 142 140 142 140 144 123 201 150 191 2016 - March 144 144 143 140 151 124 204 148 188 2016 - April 143 144 142 143 157 122 209 146 183 2016 - May 142 147 139 144 162 117 169 150 192 2016 - June 147 149 145 145 170 125 201 150 197 2016 - July 145 144 145 142 172 125 232 152 194 2016 - August 147 143 151 142 162 129 228 166 197 2016 - September 150 144 154 140 160 134 215 174 196 2016 - October 152 149 152 139 170 141 228 155 200 2016 - November 151 149 148 139 173 143 204 150 194 2016 - December 151 152 146 137 182 138 197 149 201 2017 - January 151 154 147 138 190 131 228 153 205 2017 - February 149 150 146 133 180 129 227 161 187 2017 - March 150 152 147 136 176 131 242 159 188 2017 - April 150 151 148 138 179 133 241 154 191 2017 - May 151 154 148 140 185 131 202 159 204 2017 - June 154 155 152 147 185 132 198 167 210 2017 - July 156 153 155 148 185 136 213 167 219 2017 - August 157 151 162 146 174 141 230 175 225 2017 - September 157 150 162 146 174 140 254 179 207 2017 - October 156 151 159 144 173 142 237 173 207 2017 - November 159 149 164 144 163 146 213 182 226 2017 - December 160 149 169 150 164 143 222 184 223 2018 - January 162 153 170 152 174 140 243 189 220 2018 - February 160 151 167 153 176 134 274 188 211 2018 - March 165 159 168 153 193 132 299 183 225 2018 - April 163 156 168 157 194 129 229 181 228 2018 - May 158 155 159 151 200 128 193 176 200 2018 - June 158 151 162 152 181 133 193 175 211 2018 - July 155 143 162 152 168 129 190 185 218 Source: Norwegian Seafood Council (NSC). Note: The FAO Fish Price Index is based on nominal import values expressed in CIF in the three major import markets; Japan - USA and EU. Separate indexes exist for products from aquaculture and from capture fisheries. Additional sub-indexes exist for the major commodity groups based on species.
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Statistical appendix 86 FOOD OUTLOOK NOVEMBER 2018 APPENDIX TABLE 30: SELECTED INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY PRICES Currency and unit Effective date Latest quotation One month ago One year ago Average 2013-2017 Sugar (ISA daily price) US cents per lb 30-10-18 13.42 10.97 14.34 16.44 Coffee (ICO daily price) US cents per lb 30-10-18 111.23 100.83 120.01 130.69 Cocoa (ICCO daily price) US cents per lb 30-10-18 100.33 92.83 95.12 123.00 Tea (FAO Tea Composite Price) USD per kg 28-09-18 2.65 2.70 3.24 2.77 Cotton (COTLOOK A index) US cents per lb 28-09-18 90.36 94.55 80.60 80.34 Jute “BTD” (Fob Bangladesh Port) USD per tonne 30-10-18 840.00 840.00 670.00 684.67
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MARKET INIDCATORS
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Market indicators 89 FOOD OUTLOOK NOVEMBER 2018 Futures prices of wheat, maize and soybeans have followed divergent paths during the last five months, each driven by global fundamentals, domestic crop developments and trade policies. Wheat prices on average were about 8 percent higher than during the first half of the year, buoyed by deteriorating crop prospects in several regions, including northern Europe, the Russian Federation and Australia. Total wheat ending stocks were estimated to decline by about 5 percent from last year’s record levels, causing wheat prices to climb to a three-year high during August and maintain premiums over the same period for the last two years by as much as 30 percent. Maize prices experienced a seasonal CME futures prices CME futures volumes Historical volatility (30 days) Implied volatility 100 300 500 700 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 Wheat Maize Soybeans
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