Sunday, September 9, 2012

4th Day in a Row for Critically High Food Prices

Market update for September 10th GMT/UDT

by Nanakins

The Market's Pet Pterodactyl screeched to close the market day and signal the beginning of new trading prices. Today makes 4 days straight with Food prices at the highest anyone has ever seen them and has left businesses hurting and the market in chaos. Shop keepers have emptied out warehouse after warehouse of foodstuffs bought at lower prices in efforts to keep their stores open and their employees at work during the crisis.

Today, Woven Fur's price is down, and Wood is a bit below average. Food and Fur are very high, and everything else is average-ish. Still, there are 10 basic stores on the Red Ink Report for today.

Here's how the prices chalk up until the stroke of midnight GMT/UDT:

Today's Market Price Board

Price per 1,000Buying Position
Rock550Bit Above Average
Stones3,380Above Average
Wood600Bit Below Average
Lumber5,640Bit Above Average
Food1,550Extremely High
Fur1,240Extremely High
Woven Fur4,870Below Average

The Red Ink Report for this 24 Hour Period

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.
Rock Candy Store (2)
Clothing Store (2)
Sculpture Store (2)
Furniture Shop (2)
Florist (1)
Art Store (3)
Tux Store (3)
Hiking Store (3)
Canoe Store (3)
Fine China Store (2)

Be careful out there, friends!

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