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Silk Prices in China (Quarterly Report)

23 January 2019 - Silk prices are eventually bottoming out in the first month of 2019 in China, in line with an urgent need to replenish stocks ahead of the spring festival. Silk prices have fallen about 25% in the last year, reflecting a stronger production in China after dried cocoon prices have surged in the first half. Export prices have however continued increasing in the summer before staying at high levels. Our quarterly report provides daily prices in the past 12 months and monthly average prices over the last seven years for silk and dried cocoons on China's domestic market, with in-depth analysis of latest and long-term trends. China's export prices are also released over a 4-year period along with EU's silk import data, including average import prices over the last 5 years. All data are available for download.


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