The Jacobsen International Price Guide & Hide Bulletin

The Jacobsen International Price Guide & Hide Bulletin


The International Market

Australia

Australian currency is fluctuating between $0.815 and $0.825 which is helping exporters keep FOB prices stable.

In the hide market, reports are mixed with sources reporting seeing greater interest and bidding. One supplier notes they sold good volume last week with prices on the softer side.

The Chinese tanners appear to still hold hope that the market will fall back further. One pundit opines the market is at or…

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