Market report week 28
|BMD CPO||Juin.2094||1951||1976||Juillet.1986||2002||Aout .1920||1916|
|RBD Olein FOB||527,5||Juin 505||507,5||Juillet 512,5||507,5||Aout 497,5||492,5|
|CPO CIF R‘dam||527,5||Juin 495||492,5||Juillet.505||490||Aout507,5||487,5|
|c&f Rott spot|
|Coconut Oil Cif||660||665||640||655||645||Aout /Sept 650||645|
|CBT oil Soya Oil USD Spot||2752||2650||2701||2738||2761||2824||2831|
|MATIF Rape seed||Mai .370||360,75||Aout 365,75||367,75||369,25||364,25||370,25|
|EU Rape oil||Juin.Juillet . 730||720||Juillet 730||733||736||Aout /Octobre.726||735|
|EU Soya Oil||Juin.660||645||660||Juillet 660||655||Aout/Octobre 639||Aout .657|
|EU Sun Oil en USD||Mai.Juin 705||Juin 715||Juillet /Sept 730||730||735||Aout/Septembre.747,5||Juilet Sept .760|
|Fish Oils en USD Anchovy Sardine .|
|human consumption FOB Peru||–||–||2300||2300||2300||2300||2300|
|human consumption FOB Morocco||–||–||2500||2500||2500||2500||2500|
|Aqua peru FOB||1750||1900||1950||1900||1900||1900||1900|
|Omega 3 Feed pet food FOB Peru||–||–||2250||2250||2250||2250||2250|
|Omega 3 Feed pet food FOB Morocco||–||–||2150||2150||2150||2150||2150|
|Salmon South America C&F European Port||1200||1200||1100||1100||1100||1150||1150|
|Salmon European production||1050||1050||1050||1050||1050||–||–|
|Fish oils blend .Technical grade C&F European port 5% FFA||1000||1000||950||950||950||1000||1000|
|Mixed vegetable acid oils|
|45 lino EUROS/MT C&F European port||560||560||560||560||560||560||560|
|Animal Fat ex France cat 3||460||460||460||580||580||530||530|
Malaysian palm oil futures climbed on Monday to their highest in more than a week, tracking strength in U.S. grains on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and related edible oils on China’s Dalian Commodity Exchange. »Palm prices are tracking the Dalian and U.S. grains markets, as the weather forecasts seem bad in the United States, » said a Kuala Lumpur-based trader.
EURO VEG OILS
Palm oil on the European vegetable oils market edged up on Friday, tracking steadier Malaysian palm oil futures, which were underpinned by short covering. EU rapeoil was mostly offered between one euro per tonne up and two euros down, partly following the easier trend in Chicago soyoil, but underpinned by technical buying. Lauric oils were mostly quoted between $10 a tonne down and $20 a tonne up with only a few sellers around and buying interest only for deferred palmkernel oil. The spread between coconut oil and the cheaper palmkernel oil was $112.50 a tonne for August/September shipment.
Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures closed higher on Friday, supported by forecasts for potentially stressful hot weather in the U.S. Midwest crop belt next week, traders said.The U.S. soybean crop is developing later than normal following widespread spring planting delays, a factor which left the crop more vulnerable to weather stress.
At this stage, the spawning process has not yet started and IMARPE expect that the fishing season can last until the end of July (even possibly with some improvement as the current 10-day ban in the two Northern and Southern areas are lifted). On the other hand, it seems that most of the larger producers are getting closer to exhausting their quotas. Market has remained quiet this week amid a limited production and ongoing uncertainty about the completion of the quota but could so gradually see more activity as the available profiles are known towards the end of the season.