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Weekly

The weekly forecasting and information service for all the major oilseeds as well as for vegetable and animal oils & fats and for oilmeals is read in approximately 100 countries worldwide. You will benefit from our long-running experience of more than 40 years and our unique world database. The semi-annual subscription to the WEEKLY includes six special MONTHLY issues with price forecasts for the next several months. 

Released every Friday with up-to-date analyses of the current situation and the world supply, demand and price outlook for the most important commodities. It also includes latest fundamental analyses and projections for individual countries and comments on current production prospects and their impact on trade, stocks, consumption and prices. 

The OIL WORLD WEEKLY provides you with first-hand information from the world's leading forecasters of the whole field of 39 commodities.

SAMPLE

Friday 26 February -- WEEKLY No. 08

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

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).

  • Large plantings in Canada & Australia required to satisfy world demand for rapeseed & canola in 2021/22. Sharply reduced stocks keep world supplies tight next season...

  • Bigger than expected crushings reduced EU oilseed stocks below the year-ago level in recent months. The EU-27 is seen importing a record 6.55 Mn T of rapeseed/canola in 2020/21. EU exports of rapeseed oil reached a 7-year high of 523 Thd T in 2020...
  • Combined exports of wheat and corn from key countries were up 15.0 Mn T in 2020, driven by Chinese demand...
  • Prices of fish oil and meal have trended sideways in recent weeks, reflecting subdued trading activity...
  • Russian exports of oilmeals will probably be larger than assumed in 2020/21. Poultry sector hit by avian flu...
  • Argentine soybean crop jeopardized by dryness. Soybean crush in Jan/March revised upward, given strong product demand...
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Friday 19 February -- WEEKLY No. 07

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

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).

  • Rally in cotton prices fuels acreage competition. Shortage of cottonseed aggravates. Steep increase in US cotton oil prices...

  • EU rapeseed production may be limited to 17.6 Mn T in 2021, keeping import requirements high next season and curtailing crushings...
  • Production failure in Spain is reducing world output of olive oil to a 4-year low of 3.17 Mn T in 2020/21...
  • Another large Indian crop is keeping world supplies of castor oil ample this season. Depressed prices may curb plantings of castor later this year...
  • G-6 soybean disposals increased by 2.7 Mn T on the year in January...
  • Malaysian oil palm area declined for the first time ever in 2020. Less replantings caused setback of immature area...
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Friday 5 February -- WEEKLY No. 05

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

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).

  • Rally in linseed prices driven by strong demand so far this season but the price rise may be overdone.

  • Rapeseed oil exports from EU seen rising to a multi-year high of at least 0.25 Mn T in Jan/March 2021, mainly to China.
  • World demand for palmkernel oil has recovered. Combined exports of Indonesia and Malaysia rose by 4% in Oct/Dec 2020.
  • Thailand’s palm oil production is expected to recover this year, following 11% setback in 2020.
  • Delayed harvest kept Brazilian soybean exports extremely low. Prospects for second-crop corn have deteriorated.
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Friday 29 January -- WEEKLY No. 04

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

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).

  • Oilseed and grain plantings in US and Canada to be boosted by 5 Mn ha this year. US soybean area seen increasing by 8%, corn by 5%.

  • Indonesian CPO will be burdened with US-$/T 348 in Feb (levy + tax), creating additional distortions of trade flows.
  • Peruvian fish catches fell short of the 2.78 Mn T quota in Nov/Jan 2020/21 but output of fish oil & meal still reached multi-year highs.
  • Nepalese soya oil imports up 65% at 282 Thd T in 2020, mirrored in record exports of processed soya oil to India of 176 Thd T.
  • Argentine sunseed crop scaled back to multi-year low of only 2.7-2.8 Mn T compared with 3.05 Mn T in 2020.
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