Friday, October 31, 2014

美國和南美洲再大豆油的大成功, 為何中國印度學不到????????????????????

Combined soybean inventories in the U.S., Braziland Argentina may total 51 million metric tons by Sept. 1, 5.1 million tons higher than the previous year and the fifth-largest supply for the date, the researcher said. Increasing supplies from the 2014-15 U.S. harvest may boost combined stockpiles in the countries to as much as 154 million tons by December, about 16.7 million tons higher than a year earlier.

“The growth of supplies will finally exceed that of demand, paving the way for a significant recovery of U.S. soybean stocks after three years of declines,” Hamburg-based Oil World said in an e-mailed report. “This is seen as an important factor for the magnitude of a likely further price decline.”

Soybean futures on the Chicago Board of Trade, the global benchmark, have dropped 17 percent in the past year amid prospects that U.S. farmers will harvest a record crop in the next few months following bumper output from South America in the past season. The U.S. crop may rise to a record 103.4 million tons in the 2014-15 season, 16 percent larger than the prior year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates.

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