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Flash

The 3-4 page FLASH is published daily from Tuesday to Friday and is circulated by e-mail. The report gives daily analyses, daily prices, forecasts and opinion on the pertinent market topics of today and tomorrow. It serves the world’s oilseed, oil and feed industries and other market participants with reliable and unbiased information.

SAMPLE

Thursday 16 May

The following are the headlines of the respective FLASH report.

The full report (3-4 pages) is available either on a subscription basis (by e-mail) or can be purchased and downloaded individually.

  • Following the failure of the US-China trade negotiations at the end of last week, China turned to purchasing South American soybeans, primarily in Brazil. Current low Brazilian soybean stocks will necessitate a shift in Chinese buying to Argentine origin...
  • Soybean crushings were close to last year's record level in April and are likely to stay elevated also in coming months as US processors are benefiting from ample domestic soybean supplies and the resulting good margins....
  • EU soybean imports and crushings are set to decline in March/Aug 2019 and will be partly replaced by increased arrivals of South American soya meal. ...
  • Mexican soybean imports were again up sharply on the year in April, boosting the total so far this year to a new high. Canola arrivals recovered in April and my increase further following the severe downtrend in Canadian canola prices....

 

 

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Wednesday 15 May

The following are the headlines of the respective FLASH report.

The full report (3-4 pages) is available either on a subscription basis (by e-mail) or can be purchased and downloaded individually.

  • A large volume of South American soybeans was purchased by Chinese buyers on May 14, according to trade reports...
  • Brazilian soybeans are widening their price premium over US soybeans...
  • In Chicago soybean futures rallied on May 14 and closed sharply higher, due to fund buying (short covering) and concern about the impacts of the severe US planting delays...
  • World crushings of sunflowerseed are likely to increase by 10% from a year ago in April/Sept 2019. This will keep world export supplies of sun oil and meal above the year-ago level...
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Tuesday 14 May

The following are the headlines of the respective FLASH report.

The full report (3-4 pages) is available either on a subscription basis (by e-mail) or can be purchased and downloaded individually.

  • South American soybean premiums are rising relative to US origin in anticipation of new Chinese purchases......
  • Vegetable oil prices have shown a deviating trend lately. In the FLASH we highlight latest prices of soya oil, sun oil, rapeseed oil, palmkernel oil and coconut oil...
  • In the USA planting delays have become more severe in the Midwest. Completion of planting intentions becoming more difficult...
  • Update on Peruvian fishing as well as on latest fish oil and meal exports......
     
  • Rapeseed crushings in Germany increased contraseasonally of late...
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Friday 10 May

The following are the headlines of the respective FLASH report.

The full report (3-4 pages) is available either on a subscription basis (by e-mail) or can be purchased and downloaded individually.

  • Vegetable oil prices have not followed the sharp decline in oilmeal prices lately. We expect this trend to continue...
  • Palm oil stocks are declining in Malaysia. Domestic and export demand exceeded production in March and April...
  • In 5 major soybean producing and exporting countries (G-5) soybean crushings and net exports were higher than expected at 26.3 Mn T in April...
  • Soya oil exports of the USA and South America declined sharply in April, owing to reduced Indian purchases....
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