By Matt Dalgleish | Source: MLA, ABS, ICS, Mecardo
In our analysis last week, we suggested that the seasonal percentage price gain pattern for the National Mutton Indicator (NMI) could see it test as high as 660¢/kg cwt this winter. We are already breaking record prices for the NMI in nominal terms closing at 575¢/kg cwt yesterday. This analysis looks at the current dollar value of mutton since 1949 to see how high mutton prices have traded in the past, when adjusted for inflation.
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