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Nasdaq: Farmed salmon prices tick up in week 49

All major weight classes saw price increases during the week.

Norwegian farmed salmon prices saw gains in week 49, increasing by NOK 4.29 (€0.50/$0.44) per kilo -- or 8.1 percent -- on average over the week, according to the latest figures from Nasdaq.

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The average price per kilo during the week was NOK 57.45 (€6.70/$5.92) per kilo.

These prices are up 4.7 percent, or NOK 2.60 (€0.27/$0.30) per kilo, on average compared with a month ago. Prices were however down 4.2 percent or NOK 2.50 (€0.26/$0.29) per kilo, compared with 12 weeks ago, said Nasdaq.

All major weight classes saw price increases during the week.

The most popular size during the week was 4-5 kilograms -- accounting for 36.2 percent of the total farmed salmon traded.

Fish this size were selling at an average price of NOK 57.34 (€5.91/$6.68) per kilo, up NOK 3.41 (€0.35/$0.40) per kilo compared with the week prior.

The second-most popular size was 5-6 kilograms, accounting for around 23 percent of the total market.

These fish were selling at average prices of NOK 59.21 (€6.10/$6.90) per kilo, up NOK 3.48 (€0.36/$0.41) per kilo on average week-on-week.

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