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Weekly Overview: Weak First Quarter Expected on Global Pork Market

  • 10 Feb 10:23

Weekly Overview: Weak First Quarter Expected on Global Pork Market A new report from Rabobank states that the global pork market is expected to remain weak in the first quarter of 2016, followed by some - partly seasonal - improvement leading into the second quarter. TheGlobal Pork Quarterly Q1 reportsuggests that sufficient supply and modest demand development mean the Rabobank five-nation hog price index will bottom out in the coming months, at the lowest point since 2006, after a stronger-than-expected drop at the end of 2015. “Recent positive demand and price developments in importing countries will start to support prices in exporting countries during Q1,” says Albert Vernooij, analyst. Read more...

Global Pork Market to Remain Weak in Early 2016

  • 3 Feb 14:44

Global Pork Market to Remain Weak in Early 2016 The global pork market is expected to remain weak in the first quarter of 2016, followed by some -partly seasonal - improvement leading into the second quarter. Sufficient supply and modest demand development mean the Rabobank five-nation hog price index will bottom out in the coming months, at the lowest point since 2006, after a stronger-than-expected drop at the end of 2015, according to the Rabobank Global Pork Quarterly Q1 report. “Recent positive demand and price developments in importing countries will start to support prices in exporting countries during Q1,” says Albert Vernooij, analyst Animal Protein at Rabobank. Regional. Read more...

Rabobank: global pork market will remain weak

  • 1 Feb 12:49

Rabobank: global pork market will remain weak The global pork market will remain weak in the first quarter of 2016, followed by some-partly seasonal-improvement leading into the year’s second quarter. This fairly negative message was the key in thePork Quarterly Q1 2016by Rabobank, titled 'Little room for upside'. The report explains, "Sufficient supply and modest demand development mean the Rabobank five-nation hog price index will bottom out in the coming months, at the lowest point since 2006, after a stronger-than-expected drop at the end of 2015." Nevertheless, the bank sees light at the end of the tunnel. Albert Vernooij, animal protein analyst at Rabobank, said: "Recent. Read more...