It happened. Today, fur reached the highest price ever paid for raw fur. The mood on the floor at Stone Street is tense as Market Prices continue to careen wildly up, and down. Nobody knows when it will stop - or at what price before it's done.
I'm going to get the Red Ink Report ready while you review today's prices:
Today's Price Board - expires midnight July 24th GMT/UDT
Rocks are nice and low at 470/thousand! Stock up while you can.
Stones are very high at 4,530/thousand. We are hoping for some temporary relief, but stone prices have been tempermental.
Wood is 660/thousand, near average. Industry experts predict some Yo-Yo'ing of this price, and the top swings won't be pretty.
Lumber is 6,730/thousand, it's above average, and falling.
Food is 810/thousand, just under average. More food harvests should bring that price down though. The next crop of pineapples is being picked today!
Fur set a new record high today at 1,210/thousand. Get your best fuzzy mammoths out and start clipping if you need fur. Nobody knows why this price went up, nor what's keeping it propped up. The trickle-down effect should impact woven-fur prices sooner or later, too.
Woven fur is 3,710/thousand, nice and low. Stock up on it now before the new high price in furs drives this price up, too.
The Red Ink Report for the Next 24 Hours
The following basic stores will lose money if you purchase your resources from the market at today's prices. The number in parenthesis is how many items in the shop's stock are affected.
Toy Maker Store (1)*Some stores are never listed in the Red Ink Report because they were designed to nearly always lose money, like the Education series shops and the supporting shops for the Wonders Challenge.
Sculpture Store (3)
Furniture Store (3)
Terra Trainers (2)
Art Series Stores (3)
Tux Series Stores (2 or 3)
Fine China Store (3)
Hiking Store (2)
Canoe Store (3)
Playwright Store-level 30 (3)