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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.

SAMPLE

Friday 29 October 2021

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 soybean production prospects have improved. We have raised our estimate to 379.5 Mn T, about 3.0 Mn T above our forecast in September and 17.2 Mn T above last season..
  • Crushings of 7 oilseeds are seen rising substantially by 14.6 Mn T from a year earlier to 505.4 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2021/22...
  • World output of eight oils to increase by 7.7 Mn T in 2021/22. Difficult transition from shortage has prevented price pressure so far...
  • We expect world exports of 8 oils to increase by approximately 3.7 Mn T in 2021/22, under the lead of sunflower oil and palm oil...
  • The global dependence on soya meal will continue to rise this season. Production and export supplies of the other 7 oilmeals combined will hardly increase...
  • Indian soybean crushings will fall below potential in Oct/Dec 2021, affected by large imports and poor export sales of soya meal. This triggered additional soya oil buying...
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Friday 17 September 2021

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD MONTHLY

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  • World production of 10 oilseeds is estimated to increase by 24.1 Mn T. Stocks of soybeans to accumulate while others continue to decline...
  • Decline in world rapeseed supplies by 6.4 Mn T in 2021/22 will require demand-rationing and a further reduction of stocks...
  • The growth of world consumption of oils and fats is expected to pick up to 6.7-6.8 Mn T in 2021/22. Large increases in sunflower oil, soya oil and palm oil will more than offset lower consumption of rapeseed oil...
  • In the EU, soya meal will compete with larger supplies of corn and feed wheat in 2021/22. In the USA, production of soya meal will be driven by rising domestic demand for soya oil as biodiesel feedstock...
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Friday 20 August 2021

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD MONTHLY

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  •  World imports and crushings of oilseeds as well as imports of vegetable oils and oilmeals were smaller than expected recently. Oilseed stocks revised upward at the end of the 2020/21 season...
  • Argentine soybean production prospects have deteriorated, linked to the prospective expansion of grain plantings...
  • Short world export supplies are likely to limit EU imports of rapeseed & canola to 5.9 Mn T in July/June 2021/22, a decline by 12%...
  • World production of 8 veg. oils is forecast to increase by 4–5% next season - the biggest growth in four years despite the looming shortage of rapeseed oil...
  • In Malaysia we forecast palm oil production to recover by 1.3 Mn T and in Indonesia the growth is seen slowing down to 1.9 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2021/22...
  • Soya meal usage continued to fall short of expectations in China in July. Demand for soya meal is expected to benefit from smaller than previously assumed world supplies of corn and wheat in 2021/22...
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Friday 16 July 2021

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD MONTHLY

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  • For 7 major oilseeds we anticipate a production surplus of 7-8 Mn T in 2021/22, fully on account of soybeans. This will allow a recovery of stocks, after two years of deficits....
  • World production of rapeseed & canola will fall below expectations in 2021/22. The downward revision in Canada is only partly offset by larger than initially expected crops in the EU-27 & Ukraine and potentially in Australia....
  • The veg. oil market will strongly depend on large sunflower oil production in 2021/22 owing to the deteriorating rapeseed oil supply outlook and still unsolved labour problems in palm oil sector...
  • World supplies of palm oil are recovering only marginally by 0.3 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2020/21, with stocks 2.3 Mn T below a year earlier in early Oct 2020....
  • Soya meal stocks have accumulated at Argentine crushing plants. We have reduced our estimate of Argentine soya meal output by 0.4 Mn T in Apr/Sept....
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