Market report week 49

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26/07/2019 02/09/2019 13/09/2019 27/09/2019 11/10/2019 15/11/2019 22/11/2019 29/11/2019 09/12/2019
EUROS/USD 1,1123 1,099 1,1072 1,0938 1.1027 1,1067 1,1029 1,1011 1,1063
Brent close 62,52 60,88 66,03 62,05 60,04 63,32 64,58 65,90 66,47
NYMEX 56,05 55,12 54,81 56 54,81 57,59 57,73 58,17 59,25
BMD CPO Sept.2032 Oct.2222 2190. 2104. Nov.2149 Dec.2520 fev.2020 2748 2773 2858
RBD Olein FOB Sept .525 Oct.542,5 537,5 522,5 Nov.535 Dec.637,5 655 655 700
CPO CIF R‘dam Sept.520 Oct.572,5 565 522 Nov.555 Dec.657,5 710 697,5 747,5
PFAD USD/MT 462,5 550 547,5 550 560 625 635 670
c&f Rott spot
Coconut Oil Cif Sept.Oct 740 Oct.Nov 745 715 Nov Dec .700 710 dec Janv.820 925 Janv.Fev   915 Feb.Mars1015
CBT  oil Soya Oil  USD  Spot 2847 2864 2929 2862 2983 3043 3088 3037 3101
MATIF Rape seed Aout.379,75 381,5 Nov.383,5 385,75 383,75 Mai0. 386,5 384,75 384,5 391,5
EU Rape oil 772 Nov.Dec 805 Nov Janv .808 801 803 Dec.820 Dec.Janv .818 Janv.810 815
EU Soya Oil Sept.685 Nov.698 680 705 Nov.Janv.692 Dec.700 Janv.2020.690 692 Mars.720
EU Sun Oil  en USD 755 750 747,5 Nov Dec  750 Janv Mars.715 755 765 760 775
Others
Fish Oils  en USD Anchovy Sardine .
human consumption FOB Peru 2350 2350 2350 2350 2350 _ _
human consumption FOB Morocco 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 _ _
Aqua peru  FOB 1850 1850 1850 1850 1850 _ _ 1900
Omega 3 Feed pet food FOB Peru 2150 2150 2150 2150 2150 2150 2050 2050 2050
Omega 3 Feed pet food FOB Morocco 200 2200 2200 2200 2200 2200 _ _ 2070
Salmon South America  C&F European Port 1150 1150 1150 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050
Salmon   European production 1080 1080 1080 1080 1080 1070
Fish oils blend .Technical grade C&F European port 5% FFA 1100 1100 1100 1090 1090 1090 1090 1090 1090
Mixed vegetable acid oils
45 lino EUROS/MT C&F European port 560 560 560 560 560 560 560 560 560
European production 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550 550
Animal Fat ex France  cat 3 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530
5% FFA
Crude Glycerine
Feed 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270 270
technical 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180
PALM
Malaysian palm oil futures rallied for a fifth straight session on Monday and hit a near 2-year high, on fears of a sharp fall in supply.
The benchmark palm oil contract on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange was up 1.2% at 2,893 ringgit ($693.76) per tonne by midday, the highest price since Feb. 16, 2017.
A Reuters poll on Thursday forecast Malaysian palm oil production would show a 10% monthly fall in November, but traders said they now expect it to fall as much as 13%, driving prices higher.
Dry weather and lower fertiliser use, a move adopted by some growers to save costs, have affected output this year at top producers Indonesia and Malaysia, and will continue to be a factor in the coming years, industry analyst James Fry said last month.
EURO VEG OILS
Palm oil on the European vegetable oils market rose sharply on Friday as the Malaysian palm oil futures market continued its bullish run on the back of concerns about the outlook for increasing demand in 2020 against expectations of reduced production.
 EU rapeoil was mostly offered between seven and 15 euros per tonne up from Thursday, following stronger Chicago soyoil and underpinned by firmer rapeseed futures.
 Lauric oils were quoted between $10 and $45 a tonne higher, tracking the firmer trend in palm oil and underpinned by improved buying interest. The spread between coconut oil and the cheaper palmkernel oil was $80 for February/March shipment.
SOYA
The most-active soybean contract reached its highest price since Nov. 26.
The market was considered to be oversold after the contract neared a three-month low on Monday, traders said.
Traders are monitoring trade talks because China, the world’s biggest soybean importer, slashed purchases from the United States after imposing retaliatory tariffs on U.S. soy last year.
PERU
The catch so far this week started decent on Monday and Tuesday with average around 40.000 mt per day, while Wednesday and Thursday were dramatically lower at average around 8000 mt (taking the preliminary total in the North/Central area to 833.344 mt against the 2,786 mill mt quota),- the reduction is explained by the arrival of a warm Kelvin wave (together with a weak anticyclone not pushing the warmer waters back) which leads the fish to either migrate closer to shore inside 5 miles or to go deeper and out of reach for the fishermen. The current poor fishing is expected to continue for about a week and leading producers are now concerned that maybe only around 80% of the quota will be caught.
The market has remained quiet on both sides.
Bruno GEAY