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Flash

The 3-4 page FLASH is published daily from Tuesday to Friday and is circulated by e-mail. The report gives daily analyses, daily prices, forecasts and opinion on the pertinent market topics of today and tomorrow. It serves the world’s oilseed, oil and feed industries and other market participants with reliable and unbiased information.

SAMPLE

Wednesday 5 Aug

The following are the headlines of the respective FLASH report.

The full report (3-4 pages) is available either on a subscription basis (by e-mail) or can be purchased and downloaded individually.

  • Global soybean supplies look increasingly ample to burdensome in 2020/21. There are more and more indications of a sharp increase...
  • Global trade in palm oil increased sizably in June and apparently continued to rise in July...
  • ARGENTINA: In July exports of soybeans and soya oil exceeded expectations on account of large shipments to China, India and a few other countries...
  • GROUNDNUTS: The increase in world production may exceed current expectations in 2020/21, given unusually large plantings in...
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Tuesday 4 Aug

The following are the headlines of the respective FLASH report.

The full report (3-4 pages) is available either on a subscription basis (by e-mail) or can be purchased and downloaded individually.

  • US soybean prices are currently finding support despite improving crop ratings. The bulk of global demand will have to be satisfied with US soybeans from now until early next year...
  • Total US soya oil stocks declined in June to 1.03 Mn T at the end of the month. Domestic soya oil usage increased in June...
  • INDONESIA: Production of palm oil and palmkernels fell short of expectations and declined from a year earlier in Jan/June 2020...
  • Plantings of all kharif crops were reportedly 14% higher than a year ago as of July 31...
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Wednesday 29 July

Das Folgende sind die Überschriften des jeweiligen FLASH-Berichts.

Der vollständige Bericht (3-4 Seiten) ist entweder im Abonnement (per E-Mail) erhältlich oder kann einzeln erworben und heruntergeladen werden.

  • On July 28, Brazilian soya oil was offered for export more than 700 points above the nearby CBOT futures and more than US-$ 50 above Argentine export quotations....
  • A further expansion of sunflowerseed production is likely to keep Ukrainian oilseed crushings as well as export supplies of vegetable oils and oilmeals on an uptrend in the upcoming 2020/21 season, while a sizeable drop in rapeseed production may curb exports by 0.5-0.6 Mn T....
  • Chinese imports of 17 oils & fats returned to a year-on-year increase in Apr/June 2020, promoted by sizable arrivals of soft oils....
  • Indian imports of palm oil plunged by about 2 Mn T on the year in Jan/June 2020, with the bulk of the reduction in refined palm oil. Indian palm oil consumption suffered a setback and stocks were reduced to extremely low levels....
  • THAILAND: Feed requirements are increasingly satisfied by booming imports and processing of soybeans this season. Soybean imports were up 46% in April/June...
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Tuesday 28 July

The following are the headlines of the respective FLASH report.

The full report (3-4 pages) is available either on a subscription basis (by e-mail) or can be purchased and downloaded individually.

  • Profit-taking in palm oil so far this week did not come unexpected after prices had surged to multi-month highs on concerns that recovering export demand would coincide with insufficient production...
  • Indian soybean imports are seen doubling to a record 0.4 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2019/20 while exports will probably shrink to an 8-year low of at best 80 Thd T....
  • The significant uptrend in EU rapeseed oil exports in May and June will be reversed in July....
  • Canadian canola exports exceeded the year-ago volume by 8% last month, bringing the total since August to 9.2 Mn T (vs. 8.7 Mn T in Aug/Jun 2018/19). The EU emerged as the biggest destination at a record...
  • Favourable weather conditions continue to support the growth and development of spring crops in many parts of the US, boding well for large supplies in the upcoming 2020/21 season....
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