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World Bank Commodities Price Data (The Pink Sheet)

4-Sep-2013

Annual Averages

Quarterly Averages

Monthly Averages

Jan-Dec Jan-Dec Jan-Dec


2010
2011
2012

Apr-Jun Jul-Sep Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-Jun


2012Q2 2012Q3 2012Q4 2013Q1 2013Q2

Jun
Jul
Aug
2013M06 2013M07 2013M08

Commodity

Unit

Energy
Coal, Australia
Coal, Colombia
Coal, South Africa
Crude oil, avg, spot
Crude oil, Brent
Crude oil, Dubai
Crude oil, West Texas Intermediate
Natural gas Index
Natural gas, Europe
Natural gas, US
Natural gas LNG, Japan

$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/bbl
$/bbl
$/bbl
$/bbl
2005=100
$/mmbtu
$/mmbtu
$/mmbtu

a/
a/
a/
a/
a/
a/
a/
a/
a/
a/
a/

99.0
78.0
91.6
79.0
79.6
78.1
79.4
91.1
8.3
4.4
10.8

121.4
111.5
116.3
104.0
110.9
106.0
95.1
107.3
10.5
4.0
14.7

96.4
84.0
92.9
105.0
112.0
108.9
94.2
108.2
11.5
2.8
16.6

95.5
82.2
93.5
102.8
108.9
106.2
93.4
106.3
11.5
2.3
17.1

89.4
82.7
87.4
102.8
110.0
106.2
92.2
108.0
11.1
2.9
17.6

86.9
79.3
85.8
101.9
110.5
107.2
88.1
112.1
11.7
3.4
15.2

92.9
79.3
84.7
105.1
112.9
108.0
94.3
114.5
11.8
3.5
16.2

86.1
71.3
80.4
99.3
103.0
100.8
94.2
120.9
12.4
4.0
16.3

82.8
65.6
77.3
99.7
103.1
100.3
95.8
117.2
11.9
3.8
16.4

77.3
66.3
72.6
105.3
107.7
103.4
104.7
114.7
11.6
3.6
17.0

77.0
65.6
72.9
108.2
111.0
107.0
106.5
109.7
11.1
3.4
16.3

Non Energy Commodities


Agriculture
Beverages
Cocoa
Coffee, Arabica
Coffee, robusta
Tea, auctions (3), average
Tea, Colombo auctions
Tea, Kolkata auctions
Tea, Mombasa auctions

/kg
/kg
/kg
/kg
/kg
/kg
/kg

b/
b/
b/
b/
b/
b/
b/

313.3
432.0
173.6
288.5
329.0
280.5
256.0

298.0
597.6
240.8
292.1
326.4
277.9
271.9

239.2
411.1
226.7
289.8
306.3
275.0
288.1

228.2
400.4
231.0
292.2
304.7
289.9
282.0

249.4
400.0
234.1
308.4
308.1
313.4
303.5

245.1
357.1
219.5
303.6
319.5
291.4
300.0

220.9
335.5
227.8
294.6
338.4
258.1
287.3

230.7
319.9
214.3
289.3
328.5
303.9
235.4

228.4
304.8
200.1
283.5
317.3
302.5
230.8

230.9
305.1
209.9
283.2
317.3
303.8
228.4

248.4
298.0
207.3
281.2
336.0
279.6
228.0

$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt

b/

1,123.6
749.6
1,283.9
1,403.9
900.8
1,184.2
378.4
1,004.6
449.8

1,730.1
1,157.3
2,086.2
1,988.2
1,125.4
1,648.3
398.0
1,299.3
540.7

1,110.8
740.6
2,174.5
2,435.7
999.3
1,110.3
524.1
1,226.3
591.4

1,187.0
793.3
2,616.7
2,548.3
1,088.3
1,242.3
487.7
1,236.0
571.7

1,012.7
671.7
1,858.3
2,476.3
993.0
1,019.7
630.3
1,258.0
672.0

843.7
564.7
1,423.0
2,298.0
809.3
813.0
586.7
1,157.7
604.3

836.7
553.3
1,360.3
2,002.0
852.7
824.3
531.0
1,160.3
566.3

838.7
560.0
1,400.0
1,859.7
850.3
836.3
528.3
1,069.7
505.3

895.0
601.0
1,400.0
1,813.0
860.0
854.0
558.0
1,041.0
524.0

861.0
569.0
1,388.0
1,758.0
833.0
836.0
563.0
995.0
509.0

891.0
587.0
1,360.0
1,685.0
828.0
866.0
524.0
997.0
514.0

Grains
Barley
Maize
Rice, Thailand, 5%
Rice, Thailand, 25%
Rice,Thailand, A1
Rice, Vietnam, 5%
Sorghum
Wheat, Canada
Wheat, US, HRW
Wheat, US SRW

$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt

b/
b/
b/

158.4
185.9
488.9
441.5
383.7
429.2
165.4
312.4
223.6
229.7

207.2
291.7
543.0
506.0
458.6
513.6
268.7
439.6
316.3
285.9

240.3
298.4
563.0
..
525.1
434.4
271.9
..
313.2
295.4

237.8
270.2
582.8
..
545.4
428.7
259.4
..
269.0
251.8

258.4
328.6
568.3
547.9
513.3
433.6
273.4
..
349.5
333.4

249.3
317.2
558.4
530.8
521.2
438.6
285.4
..
355.7
337.3

239.5
305.0
562.1
537.9
532.5
401.5
292.0
..
321.4
297.6

229.7
291.3
541.6
509.4
511.1
387.8
259.9
..
313.8
275.2

229.9
298.4
524.3
483.8
492.0
385.9
236.8
..
313.4
268.2

214.0
279.5
509.0
454.0
461.8
387.7
220.0
..
304.6
260.9

189.0
238.7
478.8
425.0
428.3
399.4
220.6
..
305.3
252.4

Other Food
Bananas, EU
Bananas, US
Fishmeal
Meat, beef
Meat, chicken
Meat, sheep
Oranges
Shrimp, Mexico
Sugar, EU domestic
Sugar, US domestic
Sugar, World

$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
/kg
/kg
/kg
$/mt
/kg
/kg
/kg
/kg

1,002.2
868.3
1,687.5
335.1
189.2
531.4
1,033.2
1,004.5
44.2
79.2
46.9

1,124.7
968.0
1,537.4
404.2
192.6
663.1
891.1
1,193.1
45.5
83.9
57.3

1,099.7
984.0
1,558.3
414.2
207.9
609.1
868.0
1,006.5
42.0
63.6
47.5

1,171.2
979.2
1,481.3
413.0
207.1
618.3
843.8
977.4
41.9
66.6
47.1

982.3
959.9
1,676.7
400.1
209.7
587.5
995.5
970.0
40.9
61.5
46.8

1,102.8
944.5
1,775.7
419.1
213.2
586.2
861.9
1,023.9
42.4
50.5
43.3

1,095.7
929.6
1,868.7
427.1
221.0
553.2
825.9
1,126.2
43.1
46.4
40.9

1,072.4
907.2
1,821.0
410.8
229.4
545.5
1,062.0
1,223.6
42.7
43.4
38.6

1,060.0
909.8
1,800.0
386.5
232.7
550.2
1,148.5
1,377.9
43.1
42.3
37.7

998.2
923.2
1,726.0
390.2
234.6
539.1
1,132.1
1,441.8
42.8
42.4
37.1

977.4
940.4
1,713.0
388.4
234.8
550.4
1,132.1
1,532.2
43.5
45.1
37.5

Food
Fats and Oils
Coconut oil
Copra
Groundnuts
Groundnut oil
Palm oil
Palmkernel oil
Soybean meal
Soybean oil
Soybeans

b/
b/
b/
b/
b/

b/

b/
b/
b/
b/
b/
b/
b/
b/

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World Bank Commodities Price Data (The Pink Sheet)


Commodity
Raw Materials
Timber
Logs, Cameroon
Logs, Malaysia
Plywood
Sawnwood, Cameroon
Sawnwood, Malaysia
Woodpulp
Other Raw Materials
Cotton A Index
Rubber, RSS3
Rubber, TSR20

Unit

$/cum
$/cum
/sheets
$/cum
$/cum
$/mt

b/

b/

4-Sep-2013

Annual Averages

Quarterly Averages

Monthly Averages

Jan-Dec Jan-Dec Jan-Dec


2010
2011
2012

Apr-Jun Jul-Sep Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-Jun


2012Q2 2012Q3 2012Q4 2013Q1 2013Q2

Jun
Jul
Aug
2013M06 2013M07 2013M08

428.6
278.2
569.1
812.7
848.3
866.8

484.8
390.5
607.5
825.8
939.4
899.6

451.4
360.5
610.3
759.3
876.3
762.8

452.6
361.0
609.9
760.7
883.8
786.8

436.2
355.1
607.1
755.2
864.3
735.2

453.2
352.7
611.5
765.9
874.4
748.2

456.2
322.5
591.6
740.7
845.2
784.0

457.4
301.8
553.5
736.2
837.4
818.7

462.0
306.0
561.3
742.6
844.6
832.0

458.3
298.8
548.0
727.7
827.7
832.0

466.2
304.4
558.3
742.9
845.0
830.0

/kg
/kg
/kg

b/
b/

228.3
365.4
338.1

332.9
482.3
451.9

196.7
337.7
315.6

198.9
359.1
330.1

185.6
297.0
275.0

180.9
309.6
288.3

198.2
315.6
296.3

204.3
290.5
244.6

205.2
281.0
232.6

204.2
256.3
224.3

204.5
256.9
238.0

Fertilizers
DAP
Phosphate rock
Potassium chloride
TSP
Urea, E. Europe, bulk

$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt
$/mt

b/
b/
b/
b/
b/

500.7
123.0
331.9
381.9
288.6

618.9
184.9
435.3
538.3
421.0

539.8
185.9
459.0
462.0
405.4

545.2
179.4
461.3
470.4
470.0

565.0
183.3
464.8
485.0
381.3

532.3
185.0
430.1
452.2
383.0

491.6
173.0
390.8
435.0
396.6

489.8
166.3
392.3
426.0
342.4

476.1
165.0
392.5
420.0
321.4

460.0
157.0
392.9
408.0
321.5

438.1
145.0
393.3
357.5
303.3

Metals and Minerals


Aluminum
Copper
Iron ore
Lead
Nickel
Tin
Zinc

$/mt
$/mt
$/dmt
/kg
$/mt
/kg
/kg

b/
b/

2,173.1
7,534.8
145.9
214.8
21,809
2,040.6
216.1

2,401.4
8,828.2
167.8
240.1
22,910
2,605.4
219.4

2,023.3
7,962.3
128.5
206.5
17,548
2,112.6
195.0

1,982.5
7,889.4
139.6
197.9
17,186
2,062.6
193.2

1,928.6
7,729.2
111.6
198.7
16,384
1,936.3
189.2

2,003.3
7,913.2
120.9
220.1
16,984
2,160.9
195.2

2,000.3
7,918.0
148.5
229.0
17,296
2,401.8
202.9

1,836.1
7,161.3
125.5
205.3
14,967
2,090.2
184.2

1,814.5
7,000.2
114.8
210.0
14,280
2,026.7
183.9

1,769.6
6,906.6
127.2
204.8
13,750
1,956.4
183.8

1,817.6
7,192.9
136.7
217.4
14,315
2,164.4
189.9

1,224.7
1,609.8
2,015.3

1,569.2
1,719.5
3,522.4

1,669.5
1,550.8
3,113.7

1,612.3
1,500.1
2,941.0

1,656.5
1,500.9
2,994.7

1,717.7
1,598.1
3,261.2

1,630.8
1,632.1
3,006.0

1,415.1
1,466.2
2,316.7

1,343.4
1,430.2
2,110.9

1,285.5
1,401.5
1,971.0

1,351.7
1,496.1
2,189.4

World Bank commodity price indices for low and middle income countries (2005=100)
Energy
144.7
188.2
187.4
Non Energy Commodities
173.9
209.9
190.0
Agriculture
170.4
209.0
194.0
Beverages
182.1
208.2
166.2
Food
169.6
210.1
211.6
Fats and Oils
184.5
222.7
230.0
Grains
171.8
238.5
244.2
Other Food
148.2
167.8
157.9
Raw Materials
166.3
206.7
165.3
Timber
130.5
153.5
142.7
Other Raw Materials
205.4
264.8
190.0
Fertilizers
187.2
267.0
259.2
Metals and Minerals
c/
179.6
205.5
174.0
Base Metals
d/
169.2
193.2
168.6
Precious Metals
272.2
371.9
378.3

183.7
189.3
191.7
162.7
206.9
231.1
227.2
156.8
169.3
143.7
197.4
270.0
175.4
166.2
363.6

183.2
191.0
200.6
169.7
225.2
250.2
264.0
157.1
156.6
140.7
173.9
256.9
163.9
162.1
372.7

182.0
186.9
191.1
160.8
210.7
221.9
258.9
152.4
158.9
141.7
177.7
249.9
171.1
167.7
390.7

187.9
185.9
185.6
151.8
203.8
214.0
248.1
150.1
158.5
134.9
184.3
240.8
180.4
169.2
369.0

178.8
175.6
180.1
150.1
197.4
205.5
238.7
149.4
153.4
131.8
177.0
227.1
160.4
152.8
312.8

178.7
173.9
180.6
145.6
199.5
211.0
239.7
147.9
152.5
133.1
173.7
222.0
154.8
149.7
294.8

186.6
171.5
176.4
147.1
194.6
206.9
228.2
147.9
147.2
130.3
165.7
217.6
156.2
147.0
281.0

190.7
170.9
172.5
149.8
187.1
202.3
207.3
148.8
148.7
132.9
166.0
203.9
163.9
153.1
298.6

Precious Metals
Gold
Platinum
Silver

b/
b/
b/
b/

$/toz
$/toz
/toz

Notes: a/ Included in the energy index (2005=100), b/ Included in the non-energy index (2005=100), c/ base metals plus iron ore, d/ Includes aluminum, copper,
lead, nickel, tin and zinc
$ = US dollar = US cent bbl = barrel cum = cubic meter dmt = dry metric ton dmtu = dry metric ton unit
mmbtu = million British thermal units mt = metric ton toz = troy oz .. = not available n.q. = no quotation

kg = kilogram

Sources: Africa Tea Brokers Ltd Weekly Market Report, Bloomberg, Canadian Grain Commission, Canadian Wheat Board, Cotton Outlook, Coal Week International,
Fertilizer International, Fertilizer Week, FRuiTROP, IHS McCloskey Coal Report, INFOFISH, INTERFEL Fel Actualits hebdo, Int ernational Cocoa Organization,
International Coffee Organization, International Rubber Study Group, International Tea Committee, International Tropical Timb er Organization, Internatonal Sugar
Organization, ISTA Mielke GmbH Oil World, Japan Lumber Journal, Japan Metal Bulletin, Meat Trades Journal, MLA Meat & Livest ock Weekly, Platts International
Coal Report, Platts Metals Week, The Silver Institute, Singapore Commodity Exchange, Sopisco News, Sri Lanka Tea Board, Stati stisches Bundesamt, US Department
of Agriculture, US NOAA Fisheries Service, VALE and World Gas Intelligence.

The World Bank


Development Prospects Group
e-mail: GCM@worldbank.org
http://www.worldbank.org/prospects/commodities

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Description-of
2 Price
- Series

Description of Price Series


Coal (Australia), thermal, f.o.b. piers, Newcastle/Port Kembla, 6,700 kcal/kg, 90 days forward delivery beginning year 2011; for period 2002-2010, 6,300 kc/kg (11,340 btu/lb);
prior to year 2002, 6,667 kcal/kg (12,000 btu/lb).
Coal (Colombia), thermal, f.o.b. Bolivar, 6,450 kcal/kg, (11,200 btu/lb); during years 2002-July 2005 11,600 btu/lb, less than .8% sulfur, 9% ash, 90 days forward delivery.
Coal (South Africa), thermal, f.o.b. Richards Bay, 90 days forward delivery; 6,000 kcal/kg, during 2002-2005, 6,200 kcal/kg (11,200 btu/lb); during 1990-2001 6390 kcal/kg
(11,500 btu/lb).
Crude oil, average price of Brent, Dubai and West Texas Intermediate, equally weighed.
Crude oil, U.K. Brent 38 API. Crude oil, Dubai Fateh 32 API. Crude oil, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) 40 API.
Natural Gas Index (Laspeyres), weights based on 5-year consumption volumes for Europe, US and Japan (LNG), updated every 5 years, except the 11-year period 1960-70.
Natural Gas (Europe), average import border price, including UK. As of April 2010 includes a spot price component. Between June 2000 - March 2010 excludes UK.
Natural Gas (U.S.), spot price at Henry Hub, Louisiana.
Natural gas LNG (Japan), import price, cif, recent two months' averages are estimates.

Cocoa (ICCO), International Cocoa Organization daily price, average of the first three positions on the terminal markets of New York and London, nearest three future trading
months.
Coffee (ICO), International Coffee Organization indicator price, other mild Arabicas, average New York and Bremen/Hamburg markets, ex-dock.
Coffee (ICO), International Coffee Organization indicator price, Robustas, average New York and Le Havre/Marseilles markets, ex-dock. Tea, average three auctions, arithmetic
average of quotations at Kolkata, Colombo and Mombasa/Nairobi.
Tea (Colombo auctions), Sri Lankan origin, all tea, arithmetic average of weekly quotes.
Tea (Kolkata auctions), leaf, include excise duty, arithmetic average of weekly quotes.
Tea (Mombasa/Nairobi auctions), African origin, all tea, arithmetic average of weekly quotes.
Coconut oil (Philippines/Indonesia), bulk, c.i.f. Rotterdam. Copra (Philippines/Indonesia), bulk, c.i.f. N.W. Europe.
Groundnuts (US), Runners 40/50, shelled basis, c.i.f. Rotterdam.
Groundnut oil (any origin), c.i.f. Rotterdam.
Palm oil (Malaysia), 5% bulk, c.i.f. N. W. Europe.
Palmkernel Oil (Malaysia), c.i.f. Rotterdam.
Soybean meal (any origin), Argentine 45/46% extraction, c.i.f. Rotterdam beginning 1990; previously US 44%.
Soybean oil (Any origin), crude, f.o.b. ex-mill Netherlands.
Soybeans (US), c.i.f. Rotterdam.

Barley (US) feed, No. 2, spot, 20 days To-Arrive, delivered Minneapolis from May 2012 onwards; during 1980 - 2012 April Canadian, feed, Western No. 1, Winnipeg Commodity
Exchange, spot, wholesale farmers' price.
Maize (US), no. 2, yellow, f.o.b. US Gulf ports.
Rice (Thailand), 5% broken, white rice (WR), milled, indicative price based on weekly surveys of export transactions, government standard, f.o.b. Bangkok.
Rice (Thailand), 25% broken, WR, milled indicative survey price, government standard, f.o.b. Bangkok.
Rice (Thailand), 100% broken, A.1 Super from 2006 onwards, government standard, f.o.b. Bangkok; prior to 2006, A1 Special, a slightly lower grade than A1 Super.
Rice (Vietnam), 5% broken, WR, milled, weekly indicative survey price, Minimum Export Price, f.o.b. Hanoi.
Sorghum (US), no. 2 milo yellow, f.o.b. Gulf ports.
Wheat (Canada), no. 1, Western Red Spring (CWRS), in store, St. Lawrence, export price.
Wheat (US), no. 1, hard red winter, ordinary protein, export price delivered at the US Gulf port for prompt or 30 days shipment.
Wheat (US), no. 2, soft red winter, export price delivered at the US Gulf port for prompt or 30 days shipment.
Bananas (Central & South America), major brands, free on truck (f.o.t.) Southern Europe, including duties; prior to October 2006, f.o.t. Hamburg. Bananas (Central & South
America), major brands, US import price, f.o.t. US Gulf ports.
Fishmeal (any origin), 64-65%, c&f Bremen, estimates based on wholesale price, beginning 2004; previously c&f Hamburg.
Meat, beef (Australia/New Zealand), chucks and cow forequarters, frozen boneless, 85% chemical lean, c.i.f. U.S. port (East Coast), ex-dock, beginning November 2002;
previously cow forequarters.
Meat, chicken (US), broiler/fryer, whole birds, 2-1/2 to 3 pounds, USDA grade "A", ice-packed, Georgia Dock preliminary weighted average, wholesale.
Meat, sheep (New Zealand), frozen whole carcasses Prime Medium (PM) wholesale, Smithfield, London beginning January 2006; previously Prime Light (PL).
Oranges (Mediterranean exporters) navel, EEC indicative import price, c.i.f. Paris.
Shrimp , (Mexico), west coast, frozen, white, No. 1, shell-on, headless, 26 to 30 count per pound, wholesale price at New York.
Sugar (EU), European Union negotiated import price for raw unpackaged sugar from African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) under Lome Conventions, c.i.f. European ports.
Sugar (US), nearby futures contract, c.i.f.
Sugar (world), International Sugar Agreement (ISA) daily price, raw, f.o.b. and stowed at greater Caribbean ports.
Logs (West Africa), sapele, high quality (loyal and marchand), 80 centimeter or more, f.o.b. Douala, Cameroon beginning January 1996; previously of unspecified dimension.
Logs (Malaysia), meranti, Sarawak, sale price charged by importers, Tokyo beginning February 1993; previously average of Sabah and Sarawak weighted by Japanese import
volumes.
Plywood (Africa and Southeast Asia), Lauan, 3-ply, extra, 91 cm x 182 cm x 4 mm, wholesale price, spot Tokyo.
Sawnwood (Cameroon), sapele, width 6 inches or more, length 6 feet or more, f.a.s. Cameroonian ports.
Sawnwood (Malaysia), dark red seraya/meranti, select and better quality, average 7 to 8 inches; length average 12 to 14 inches; thickness 1 to 2 inch(es); kiln dry, c. & f. UK ports,
with 5% agents commission including premium for products of certified sustainable forest beginning January 2005; previously excluding the premium.
Woodpulp (Sweden), softwood, sulphate, bleached, air-dry weight, c.i.f. North Sea ports.

Cotton (Cotton Outlook "CotlookA index"), middling 1-3/32 inch, traded in Far East, C/F beginning 2006; previously Northern Europe, c.i.f.
Rubber (Asia), RSS3 grade, Singapore Commodity Exchange Ltd (SICOM) nearby contract beginning 2004; during 2000 to 2003, Singapore RSS1; previously Malaysia RSS1.
Rubber (Asia), TSR 20, Technically Specified Rubber, SICOM nearby contract.
DAP (diammonium phosphate), standard size, bulk, spot, f.o.b. US Gulf.
Phosphate rock (Morocco), 70% BPL, contract, f.a.s. Casablanca.
Potassium chloride (muriate of potash), standard grade, spot, f.o.b. Vancouver.
TSP (triple superphosphate), bulk, spot, beginning October 2006, Tunisian origin, granular, fob; previously US origin, f.o.b. US Gulf.
Urea, (Black Sea), bulk, spot, f.o.b. Black Sea (primarily Yuzhnyy) beginning July 1991; for 1985-91 (June) f.o.b. Eastern Europe.
Aluminum (LME) London Metal Exchange, unalloyed primary ingots, high grade, minimum 99.7% purity, settlement price beginning 2005; previously cash price.
Copper (LME), grade A, minimum 99.9935% purity, cathodes and wire bar shapes, settlement price. Iron ore (any origin) fines, spot price, c.f.r. China, 62% Fe beginning
December 2008; previously 63.5%.
Lead (LME), refined, 99.97% purity, settlement price.
Nickel (LME), cathodes, minimum 99.8% purity, settlement price beginning 2005; previously cash price.
Tin (LME), refined, 99.85% purity, settlement price.
Zinc (LME), high grade, minimum 99.95% purity, settlement price beginning April 1990; previously special high grade, minimum 99.995%, cash prices .
Gold (UK), 99.5% fine, London afternoon fixing, average of daily rates.
Platinum (UK), 99.9% refined, London afternoon fixing.
Silver (UK), 99.9% refined, London afternoon fixing; prior to July 1976 Handy & Harman. Grade prior to 1962 unrefined silver.

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