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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 22 March 2019

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).

  • Consumption of oilseeds is staying behind initial estimates. World stocks of soybeans may reach a record 104.4 Mn T in August 2019,  exceeding the year-ago level by 10.2 Mn T and boosting the stocks/usage ratio to 30.2%...
  • With a major downward revision in Canada, world exports of rapeseed & canola are now estimated to decline by roughly 1.0 Mn T to 15.4 in July/June 2018/19...
  • World production of 17 oils and fats is expected to increase by only 4.5 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2018/19, contrasting with increases of 11.2 and 14.0 Mn T in the preceding two seasons...
  • We expect a boost in world palm oil consumption by 4.7 Mn T or 9% from last year in Jan/Sept 2019...
  • World exports of soya oil have increased by 0.5 Mn T in the first half of this season but we expect a decline by 0.3–0.4 Mn T in April/Sept 2019...
  • Chinese oilmeal output may decline by 6.2 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2018/19, contrasting with an annual growth of 4.3 Mn T on the average of the past five seasons...
     
  • World consumption of soya meal will fall considerably short of potential in Oct/Sept 2018/19 and probably increase by only 1.0 Mn T...
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Friday 15 Feb 2019

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).

  • World consumption of 7 oilseeds seen rising only 5.5 Mn T this season, less than one third of the latest 3-year average growth...
  • Oilseed crushings in China are estimated to decline by 7.4 Mn T in 2018/19...
  • Accelerating demand growth and slowdown of the production growth. The veg. oil market is moving from surplus to deficit...
  • World consumption of palm oil may show record increase of 6.4 Mn T in 2018/19, given tightness in soya oil and rapeseed oil...
  • Lauric oil prices at multi-year lows owing to large production and ample stocks...
  • A sharp decline in China is seen curbing world production of soya meal below the year-ago level this season...
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Friday 11 Jan 2019

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 have reduced our Brazilian soybean crop estimate to 117.5 Mn T, down 5.5 Mn T from a month earlier...
  • World production of 7 oilseeds will turn out smaller than expected at 571.5 Mn T in 2018/19 but still exceed anticipated consumption...
  • The anticipated slowdown of the veg. oil production growth contrasts with an acceleration of demand this season....
  • Brazilian soya oil exports are forecast to be cut in half to only 0.76 Mn T in 2018/19...
  • We peg world production of 8 major oilmeals at 335.3 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2018/19, implying a slowing-down of the growth from 14.3 Mn T in 2017/18 to 3.3 Mn T...
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Friday 14 Dec 2018

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).

  • For soybeans we anticipate a global production surplus of 16 Mn T in 2018/19. World production of 9 other oilseeds is likely to decline by about 4 Mn T...
  • Chinese soybean imports are likely to decline by 5.4 Mn T in Oct/Dec 2018. The recovery in US exports cannot prevent another reduction of Chinese imports in Jan/March 2019...
  • Tight EU rapeseed supplies and the looming further downtrend in EU production in 2019 are likely to keep the EU's import demand for rapeseed & canola elevated in 2019...
  • The increase in world production of 17 oils and fats is expected to shrink from 10.8 and 13.8 Mn T in the past two seasons to only 5.1 Mn T in 2018/19...
  • Indonesia is the growth leader with usage of oils & fats seen increasing by 3.1 Mn T in 2018/19. Brazil follows with an increase of 0.6–0.7 Mn T, both driven by biodiesel production...
     
  • In China the steep uptrend of soya meal usage in recent years may be followed by a setback of 2-3 Mn T this season. In all other countries the consumption growth is likely to accelerate to 6.7 Mn T vs. 5.6 Mn T in 2017/18...
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