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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.

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Friday 10 August 2018 -- WEEKLY No. 32

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

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  • In the current trade war the USA is losing more than China in respect to soybeans....
  • World exports of soybeans increased by 6.6 Mn T to 47.3 Mn T in May/July 2018, with 2.0 Mn T of this increase on account of China....
  • Recovering supplies have exerted strong pressure on coconut oil prices so far this year. World output seen rising by 0.4 Mn T in 2018...
  • The corn oil trade volume is plunging by about 20% in 2017/18, curbed by shrinking consumption for energy and food in several countries....
  • Favourable rainfall in the second half of July improved sunseed production prospects in the Black Sea region. ..
  • Canola production prospects in Canada deteriorated. Large exports of 1.0 Mn T in June...
  • Malaysian palm oil production of 1.50 Mn T in July implies a yield of only 78% of the latest 10-year average...
  • Brazilian soybean exports are seen declining to 10.7 Mn T in Sept/Dec 2018 (vs. 11.3 Mn T a year ago)...
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Friday 3 August 2018 -- WEEKLY No. 31

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

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  • China will face a very tight supply situation in soybeans in Oct/March 2018/19 and will have to resume purchases of US soybeans – probably up to 15 Mn T...
  • Brazilian soybean plantings will probably increase by 1.2-1.5 Mn ha for next year. Larger area also in Argentina...
  • In India kharif crop prospects are deteriorating on forecasts of below-normal rainfall in the next few weeks...
  • World exports of soybeans increased steeply by 6.2 Mn T from a year earlier to 46.9 Mn in May/July 2018...
  • We consider palm oil prices undervalued. Supporting factors are to be seen in rising demand for palm oil for food and biofuels...
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Friday 27 July 2018 -- WEEKLY No. 30

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

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  • In Jan/Dec 2018 Argentina will be the second-largest soybean importer in the world (after China), taking at least 5.1 Mn T and thus surpassing Mexico, Japan, Germany and the Netherlands...
  • While Brazil ships most of its remaining soybean export supplies to China and Argentina, the rest of the world is shifting to US soybeans. Increasing US soybean exports in the next 6 months will contribute to a narrowing of the price discount vis-a-vis Brazilian soybeans...
  • EU-28 oilseed output has been revised downward to 32.2 Mn T for 2018/19, 2.8 Mn T below a year earlier, mainly on account of rapeseed...
  • Favourable weather and crop prospects in many parts of the US, Canada and India. But there are some trouble spots...
  • South American farmers intend to raise soybean sowings for the crops to be harvested in early 2019...
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Friday 20 July 2018 -- WEEKLY No. 29

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

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  • A steep increase in US soya meal exports will also be required in July/Dec 2018 to satisfy global demand. US market share jumped from 17% to 21% in Jan/June...
  • India's veg. oil consumption may shrink to less than 0.4 Mn T in 2017/18. With rising domestic output this is seen curbing imports by 0.7 Mn T, mainly to the detriment of palm oil...
  • Argentine farmers intend to substantially increase sunflowerseed production in 2018/19...
  • In Sept/June 2017/18 G-5 soybean disposals increased by 5.3 Mn T, with a growth of 13.6 Mn T in Brazil and 1.6 Mn T in Paraguay...
  • Strong domestic demand and low US soybean prices promoted a boost in Mexican soybean imports to a new high of 1.35 Mn T in Apr/June 2018 (up 22%)...
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