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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

Tuesday May 17

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.

  • World palm oil imports declined by 11% from a year earlier in Jan/April and a further setback is expected in May, with details given in the FLASH…

  • In Indonesia smallholder farmers are protesting against sizable income losses as a result of the Indonesian palm oil export ban…
  • Brazilian soybean exports will again decline sharply on the year in May…
  • In Iran a steep increase in domestic prices will trigger reduced imports and consumption in coming months…

  • US plantings of corn and soybeans still running behind…

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Thursday May 12

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.

  • Palm oil is currently offered at larger than usual price discounts to soya oil in expectation of rising Indonesian export supplies, once the export ban is lifted…

  • Declining world import demand of soybeans and soya oil is confirmed in latest statistics analysed in the FLASH…
  • Global trade in soya meal, however, has remained on a relatively high level lately, with big year-on-year increases in Brazilian shipments confirmed…
  • Booming imports of soya oil in India expected in May…

  • Malaysian palm oil production is still below potential, due to harvest losses caused by labour shortage…

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Wednesday May 11

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.

  • Industry data suggest year-on-year reduction in Indonesian palm oil production in Jan/March 2022...

  • Brazilian exports of soya oil and meal will be record high in Jan/May this year.... Soybean disposals reached a new high in Jan/April and were 2.3 Mn T above a year earlier, despite the much smaller crop...
  • Argentine biodiesel production increased sharply to a 4-year high in Jan/April 2022, rising domestic soya oil usage...
  • Coconut oil exports of the Philippines and Indonesia increased by 38% from year ago in Jan/March, pressuring prices in the EU......

  • EU exports of rapeseed oil plummeted to only around 80 Thd T in the first 19 weeks of the year compared to....

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Tuesday May 10

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.

  • The Malaysian government is reportedly considering to reduce the export tax on crude palm oil by 2-4 percentage points to bring down prices on the world market and to alleviate the global edible oil shortage...

  • Malaysian palm oil stocks recovered to a 5-month high of 1.64 Mn T at the end of April and also exceeded ...
  • Indonesia palm oil exports were small at only 5.2 Mn T in Jan/March 2022, the lowest level in 10 years.... More details in the FLASH...
  • Field work in the US Midwest and Northern Plains is now expected to accelerate in the second week of May, making up for some of the delay....

  • Record-high prices prompted Canadian farmers to reduce their inventories to minimum levels, with total on-farm stocks reported at only 2.2 Mn T as of end-March ...

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