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Monthly

The MONTHLY covers world supply and demand statistics with breakdown by major countries for the major oilseeds, the respective oils and oilmeals plus palm oil and fish meal. 

It analyses and forecasts the monthly, quarterly and annual development of world production, disappearance, stocks and prices of these commodities. 

It aims to be the navigation aid through the swelling sea of information, assisting its readers to better find the future course of prices as well as detect turning points ahead of the majority of market participants. The major price-determining factors for the near to medium term will be analysed and their impact on cash prices discussed.

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Friday 29 Apr 2022

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD MONTHLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

  • Global oilseed crushings declined from a year earlier in Jan/March 2022, mainly on account of Argentina, China, India, Ukraine and Canada...
  • We estimate Chinese soybean imports at a 3-year low of 91.8 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2021/22...
  • The current shortage is mirrored by the expected further decline of global vegetable oil exports by 2-3 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2021/22...
  • The Indonesian export ban is currently removing 550-650 Thd T of palm oil and products from the world market per week...
  • Supplies of vegetable oils will be tight as long as the Indonesian export ban persists. But stocks in Indonesia will accumulate rapidly to record levels...
  • World trade of rapeseed meal is seen contracting by an estimated 1.0 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2021/22, with the severe decline in Canadian canola meal exports only partly offset by the looming record shipments from India...
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Friday 25 Mar 2022

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD MONTHLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

  • The global production deficit of 10 oilseeds is seen widening to about 15 Mn T in 2021/22.  A decline of soybean output to 348.3 Mn T contrasts with consumption rising to 367.1 Mn T, a deficit of 19 Mn T...
  • Shrinking sunflower oil supplies compound decline of trade volume in 3rd season. World exports of 17 oils and fats declined by 2.8 Mn T in Oct/March 2021/22 ...
  • The severe shortage of sunflower oil in Apr/June has boosted demand for rapeseed oil from European food manufactures. Rapeseed oil prices for nearby delivery skyrocketed to a new high of US-$ 2238 this week...
  • The shortage of non-GM oilmeals continues in Europe. We estimate EU sunflower meal imports at only 0.46 Mn T in Apr/June 2022, down 40-50% on the year...
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Friday 18 Feb 2022

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD MONTHLY

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  • About 27 Mn T of soybeans were lost in South America during the past two months. The global production deficit will enforce a steep decline in stocks of soybeans by 16.4 Mn T...
  • Global veg. oil production revised down-ward, but still forecast to rise by 6.7 Mn T this season. Most of the increase to occur only in April/Sept 2022...
  • Exports of sunflower oil are seen increasing sharply from this quarter onward. World consumption of sunflower oil is forecast to increase by 1.9 Mn T this season, offsetting shortages in other veg. oils at least partly...
  • Soya meal consumption needs to be rationed. Soybean crushings are seen falling short of expectations in South America. The bullishness is somewhat moderated by reduced Chinese soybean imports...
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Friday 28 Jan 2022

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD MONTHLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

  • We estimate soybean production in South America at only 184.9 Mn T this season, 9 Mn T below a year earlier ...
  • The large Australian canola crop and ample Russian rapeseed stocks are easing the shortage in Europe...
  • Global export supplies of veg. oils continue to be limited this season...
  • Extremely high prices of palm oil and other veg. oils are not sustainable if our forecasts of accelerating growth in production and a recovery of stocks materialize in Apr/Sept 2022...
  • Chinese soya meal consumption was weak in Oct/Dec and in the full season only a below-average increase of 1.8 Mn T is expected...
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