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Rival Polish salmon processing companies say company abuses its size to keep prices artificially high, but executives at the salmon farming giant say supply and demand is the only factor at work.
The industry involves sky-high risk and unforeseeable events -- at times not unlike the classic board game.
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Prices continue to head downwards, but less dramatically this week.
Salmon prices climb back up to around NOK 50 per kilo this week, but it could be temporary.
Nordea predicts a 'yield party' ahead for salmon companies, with supply seeing its biggest drop in 25 years, firm underlying demand and favorable exchange rates.
Prices up 8 percent over the last week, according to Nasdaq.
But prices for coho going to Japan take a plunge.
Despite facing obstacles in raising finance, company founder is confident things will start moving in 2016.
The price of Norwegian salmon has climbed 18 percent in the last four weeks alone, according to index.
Prices to both the United States and Brazil climb in the opening week of the year; prices to Japan remain flat.
Lisa Murkowski will hold up the vote until the FDA promises to write rules for labeling genetically modified salmon.
Both fresh and frozen cod prices coming out of Norway were relatively stable as the year drew to a close.
Salmon prices rise to new peaks this week, while the NOK 60 mark is broken for the largest weight classes.
All popular sizes witness an increase over the week.
Are consumers willing to risk their health over unfounded fears? Apparently so.
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