The drop in demand puts pressure on prices on sunflower

2018-05-16 12:12:18
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The drop in demand puts pressure on prices on sunflower

the Demand for sunflower seeds in Ukraine decreased slightly, with increased offers from manufacturers and the reduction of export demand for sunflower oil due to significant reserves of crude sunflower oil in the ports and a glut in the market.

 

Prices for sunflower oil fell $10/ton to 755-765 $/t FOB that reduces the margin of processors, who are forced to attract the necessary volumes to keep a high purchasing prices of the sunflower.

 

Since the beginning of the week the price of sunflower fell by 50-100 UAH/t to 12600-13000 UAH/t at the plant or 12500-12600 UAH/t FCA-farm.

 

Analysts of APK-inform reduced in comparison with the previous report, the rating of sunflower oil exports from Ukraine in 2017/18 MG 3% to 5.15 million tonnes, which is 12% less than the record exports 2016/17 MG 5.85 million tons.

 

During September-April 2017/18 MG sunflower oil exports amounted to 3.7 million tonnes, which is 8% less than the same period last season. Based on the updated forecast, the export potential of the current MG implemented on 70%, and over the next 4 months it is planned to export another 1.5 million tons of oil.

 

In Russia, the price of sunflower is going up thanks to the seasonal reduction of inventories of manufacturers. After the price at sunflower this week increased prices for unrefined sunflower oil.

 

During September-March 2017/18 MG produced almost 3 million tons of sunflower oil, which is 0.8% lower than in the same period last season. Export of vegetable oil within the specified period increased compared with the corresponding period last MG of 3% to a record 1.3 million tonnes. But in General, experts estimate the export of oil in 2017/18 MG in the range of 2 million tons.

 

exports of sunflower oil Kazakhstan for 7 months of the current MG sold in the world markets of 39.7 thousand tons, which is 7% higher than the total exports 2016/17 MG.