More Offers From Major American Sellers at Higher Prices in China

More Offers From Major American Sellers at Higher Prices in China

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September 10

In August, 1.2 million cattle head were slaughtered, down 3% from July, and down 2% below year-on-year comparison.

However, when adjustments were made per business day, there are single digit increases in both comparisons. 

The percentage of female hides over the total showed a new month-on-month decline, just under 45 percent.

The raw leather market remains calm while there is little demand and a lot of supply from frigorificos.

Good quality Buenos Aires wet salted heavy steer prices continue unchanged, quoting at around US$0.04 per kg.

There is some improvement for October/November at the current demand level, but it is a mixture of higher world demand, which is still slow due to low consumption caused by the virus, and the…

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