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CHINA, FEED ADDITIVES, AMINO ACID

China Lysine: Market shows signs of strengthening

Demand for soymeal remained stable but feed producers were cautious while the outlook of the hog sector was bleak. Nonetheless, a handful of traders and producers lifted price quotes in anticipation of stronger sales as soy supplies tighten with the US and China trade talk failed. Moreover, export sales are expected to increase with lysine demand in Europe strengthening.

Lysine market is projected to stay firm as production costs increase with rising corn prices. 

(Week ended May 13, 2019)

 

CHINA, LIVESTOCK, SWINE

Vietnam Swine: African swine fever continues to spread in Vietnam

Pig price in most provinces in southern regions continues to drop today due to the outbreak of African Swine fever. New cases were reported in Hau Giang after the outbreak in Dong Nai and Binh Phuoc. Hau Giang is the first province in the western region that announced African swine fever outbreak. The new outbreak announcement further push down the pig price in Vietnam. 

(15 May 2019)

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CHINA, FEED ADDITIVES, VITAMINS

China VE: Tight supply, improved demand perk up prices 

As the supply of vitamin E decreased lately, one major Chinese producer lifted prices. Demand improved amid concerns that the availability of vitamin E might stay tight in the coming weeks.

(Week ended May 13, 2019)

 

CHINA, FEED GRAINS, SOYMEAL

China Soymeal: Supply concerns lift prices

As the trade negotiation between the US and China failed, soymeal market strengthened amid concerns of import shortages and surging prices due to high tariffs. Traders lifted prices while feed producers increased stockpiles prudently. 

Should China cancel the orders of 7 million tonnes of soy from the US, hence resulting in soy scarcity, soymeal prices are expected to rise substantially.

(Week ended May 13, 2019)

 

VIETNAM, FEED ADDITIVES, MINERALS

Vietnam Minerals: Mineral prices continue to increase

Mineral market continues to increase this week due to the higher raw material cost and environment control in China. However, it is expected that the high price of mineral will not maintain for a long time because of the spreading of African swine fever in Vietnam. The market is expected to be more stable in the next few weeks.

(Week ended 12 May 2019)