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Nasdaq: Norwegian farmed salmon prices make gains

Prices increased across all the major weight categories in week 35.

The average price of Norwegian farmed salmon increased by 9.6 percent to NOK 49.97 (€4.99/$5.49) per kilo in week 35, compared to the same time last week, according to the latest Nasdaq figures.

Prices remained relatively flat compared to a month ago, and 16.9 percent lower than three months ago.

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Prices increased across all the major weight categories.

Fish in the 4 to 5 kilo weight class, with a 36.4 percent market share, saw prices increase NOK 3.91 (€0.39/$0.43) to NOK 49.57 (€4.95/$5.44) per kilo compared to the week prior.

Prices of salmon in the 3 to 4 kilo size, the second most popular category, went up NOK 3.51 (€0.35/$0.39) to NOK 45.99 (€4.59/$5.05) per kilo in comparison to last week.

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