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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 12 July 2019 -- WEEKLY No. 28

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).

  • World exports of 8 veg oils increased by a staggering 4.5 Mn T in Jan/June 2019, stimulated by low prices and partly by insufficient production in major importing countries...
  • Looming severe shortfall of domestic production likely to boost EU imports of rapeseed & canola to unprecedented levels in 2019/20...
  • G-4 soybean disposals continued to trail the year-ago level in May and June, reducing the total so far this season to 223.5 Mn T (down 5.8 Mn T from Sept/June 2017/18), which is bearish...
  • Lower than expected Malaysian disposals outweighed the bullish impact of the slowdown of palm oil production in June...
  • Indonesian exports of palm oil and biodiesel increased sizably by 10%  and 23% from a year earlier in May...
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Friday 5 July 2019 -- WEEKLY No. 27

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).

  • Chinese soybean imports are now picking up sizably from last year in June and July in contrast to a decline in Jan/May...
  • Rapeseed & canola are in tight supply in China owing to reduced arrivals from Canada...
  • Chinese palm oil imports will exceed expectations and probably rise by at least 1.0 Mn T to 6.4 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2018/19...
  • In April/June 2019 Argentina boosted exports of soya meal by 1.5 Mn T or 22% and of soya oil by 0.5 Mn T or 32%...
  • Monsoon rains in India improved in the week to July 3, but cumulative rainfall received since early June is still deficient...
  • In Russia and Ukraine variable weather conditions but in general still beneficial for harvesting and spring crop development...
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Friday 28 June 2019 -- WEEKLY No. 26

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).

  • World production of biodiesel seen approaching a record 45 Mn T in 2019, up 3.8 Mn T. Palm oil-based output may rise by 2.6 Mn T....
  • Declining Argentine biodiesel exports were more than offset by larger shipments from Indonesia & Malaysia in Jan/April....
  • Favourable harvest results point to a record Argentine groundnut crop of around 870 Thd T. Indian crop prospects uncertain owing to weak monsoon....
  • Drought and heat have curbed the olive oil production potential in Spain for 2019/20....
  • Strong import demand for palmkern meal from the EU, China, Pakistan, Turkey and a few other countries more than offset plummeting exports to New Zealand in early 2019....
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Friday 21 June 2019 -- WEEKLY No. 25

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).

  • World soybean crushings will decline in July/Sept 2019, mainly on account of China. Sunflowerseed crushings are seen rising by 5.9% in April/June and by 13.2% in July/Sept...
  • Rising meat exports are expected to propel Brazilian soya meal usage to a record 17.7 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2018/19, almost a tripling within 20 years...
  • In April/June 2019 Argentine and Brazilian corn exports will more than double from a year ago to about 14 Mn T...
  • Given large processing in May we raised EU rapeseed crushings to 23.55 Mn T in July/June 2018/19, down 0.6 Mn T on the year...
  • Lower than expected crushings and the uptrend of domestic demand reduced US soya oil stocks in May to the lowest level for this time of the year since 2005...
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