Monthly Molasses Market Report – October

MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT   Date:              October 2014   Europe European beet molasses users are starting to see the benefits of favorable growing weather and an increase in planted acreage across Western and Eastern Europe as a larger sugar beet crop has a downward effect on the price of beet molasses.  However, the main beneficiaries […]

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Monthly Molasses Market Report – June 2014

MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT   Date:              June 2014   Europe Positive news on the beet molasses front. Excellent sewing conditions across Eastern and Western Europe have been followed by a period of perfect growing weather. In response to this; growers have expanded the acreage planted, however it is still too early to know by how […]

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Monthly Molasses Report – April 2014

MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT   Date:              April  2014   Europe Sewings of sugar beet across Europe have rolled out a month early due to favorable planting conditions on the tail end of a mild winter. This is good news as a longer growth period will result in a higher sugar quantity within the beet and […]

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Monthly Molasses Report – March 2014

MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT   Date:              March 2014   Europe Offtakes across Europe have been strong moving into the spring. Cane imports into Europe have followed suit as traders are lifting the remaining quantities from Central America. Political unrest and the resulting weakening Russian Ruble has led to a higher amount of Russian beet molasses […]

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Monthly Molasses Report – February 2014

MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT   Date:              February 2014   Europe Cane offtakes on the continent have increased during the early part of the year, however it is tough to distinguish whether this is due to an increase in feed demand or down to the high cost of beet molasses across the region meaning feed users […]

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Monthly Molasses Report – January 2014

MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT   Date:              January 2014   Europe As we enter the new year the first shipments of the new of crops from the US have started to land into Europe and will be followed by the first shipments from the Indian and Central American crops in the early part of February.  The […]

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Molasses Market Report – August 2013

MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT   Date:                   August 2013 Europe Shipments into Europe have been quiet due to low seasonal demand from the feed sector. Northern hemisphere old crops are over and monsoon season is now underway in cane growing areas such as Thailand, India and Pakistan. Only available spot cargo is from Indonesia and Australia […]

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Molasses Market Report – July 2013

             MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT   Date:                   July 2013 Europe The increasingly bearish grain markets and resulting decline in feed ration replacement costs, have led to feed producers becoming hesitant to commit to large quantities of molasses. This has resulted in very little activity in the European market over the […]

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Molasses Market Report – June 2013

MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT Date:                   June 2013 Europe Movement of cane molasses into Europe has slowed slightly through the latter period of May/early part of June. However, nearby supply/demand calculations suggests that the market will become increasingly tight in the coming months. A larger than expected crop from Mexico has had little impact on this […]

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Molasses Market Report – May 2013

 MONTHLY MOLASSES MARKET REPORT Date:                   May 2013   Europe Shipment activity has remained slow in to European ports as the effects of last winter’s bullish market are still in play. However April off takes across the whole of Europe remained at an unusually high level for this time of year, due to the cold weather […]

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