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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 21 Oct

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 are overheated and futures prices are vulnerable for a setback, as we discuss in today’s FLASH…

  • In China stocks of oils & fats continued to increase to a 5-year high at the end of September, which gives Chinese importers the flexibility to somewhat slow down purchases on the world market in the near term, with details given in the FLASH…
  • Sharp increase in Philippine exports of coconut oil in July/Sept 2021…
  • In Argentina the government announced a price freeze for more than 1400 products ahead of the forthcoming elections. But will this measure be successful?...
  • Rapeseed crushings in the European Union higher than expected in July/Sept 2021….

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Wednesday 20 Oct

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 are still on fire on the world market, despite seasonally increasing oilseed crushings...

  • Palm oil prices made new all-time highs in Malaysia on Oct 20...
  • A strike of truck drivers is looming in Brazil, probably starting on November 1 and probably interrupting deliveries of soybeans and other commodities to the ports...
  • In Russia sunflowerseed production prospects have improved...
  • In the EU-27 total consumption of major vegetable oils continued to decline in recent months, as we discuss in the FLASH...

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Tuesday 19 Oct

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.

  • World stocks of soybeans are seen rising by about 7 Mn T to 105.5 Mn T at the end of the 2021/22 season, according to our latest forecasts, presented in the FLASH of Oct 19…

  • World soybean production has been revised upward and the global consumption estimate revised downward…
  • China remains the major swing factor to watch on the demand side. Chinese purchases have picked up in recent days, primarily of soybeans, but also of palm oil and soya oil…
  • Pakistani import duties of vegetable oils sizably reduced…
  • In India soya meal prices have declined owing to seasonally increasing production and high imports…

    United Arab Emirates: Update on imports of rapeseed & canola and exports of oil and meal…

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Thursday 14 Oct

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.

  • The price boom in vegetable oils is not yet broken, despite the sizably increasing world supplies of soybeans and sunflowerseed. Prices of palm oil, soya oil and lauric oils established new highs this week or came close to their all-time highs…

  • But we consider vegetable oil prices overvalued and not sustainable at these levels…
  • Sun oil did not follow the price increase of soya oil on the world market during the past few days, but declined slightly. In the FLASH we highlight and discuss why EU-27 production and crushings of sunflowerseed will turn out higher than previously expected…
  • Reports about the intention of the Indonesian government to stop exports of crude palm oil in favour of domestic processing (and export processed and finished products instead) are of concern to the refining industries in the importing countries….
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