Articles By Johnny Huang

21 May 2018 | Johnny Huang
Chinese pig prices have reportedly rebounded in several regions across the country due to a decline in production...
18 May 2018 | Andy Allan, Johnny Huang
China has unexpectedly dropped an anti-dumping investigation into US imports of sorghum amid trade talks with the US...
17 May 2018 | Rei Geyssens, Johnny Huang
Chinese crushers are being forced to slow down their crush rates despite healthy crush margins as soyoil storage...
16 May 2018 | Andy Allan, Johnny Huang
China will increase soybean plantings by 8.5% this year while cutting back on other crops, as the country seeks to...
3 May 2018 | Andy Allan, Johnny Huang
Two northern provinces in China have said they will incentivise farmers to increase planting soybeans, but declined...
The latest in a series of auctions from China’s corn stocks has seen a further 3.3 million mt sold off from the four northern...
26 Apr 2018 | Rei Geyssens, Johnny Huang
Chinese forward buying of soybeans continued at a high pace with all requirements for May booked out, while 30% of June and half of July volume is outstanding, the China National Grain & Oil Information Centre (CNGOIC) said Thursday.
25 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge, Johnny Huang
China will continue to auction its corn stocks into May as the National Grain Trade Centre announced Wednesday a fourth consecutive clearance of up to 8 million mt.
23 Apr 2018 | Johnny Huang, Tim Worledge
China's Starch Industry Association anticipates that the country's corn consumption will increase by 15 million mt in 2018, with the increased demand likely to eat further into the country's substantial corn stocks.
19 Apr 2018 | Rei Geyssens, Johnny Huang
Decreasing margins for Chinese pig farmers have forced a reduction in soymeal content for animal feed in a bid to cut costs, the China National Grain & Oil Information Centre said Thursday.
18 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge, Johnny Huang
China is set to auction another 7 million mt from its national corn reserves, taking total stock releases across April to 20 million mt in a move that appears to have successfully capped domestic corn prices, the National Grain Trade Centre announced Wednesday.
12 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge, Johnny Huang
The first of two corn stock clearance auctions undertaken by China’s National Grain Trade Centre saw 3.33 million mt cleared out – over 90% of the volume that was set to be auctioned across four northern provinces, data from the centre confirmed Thursday.
12 Apr 2018 | Rei Geyssens, Johnny Huang
China will increase imports of rapeseed and rapemeal to compensate for the shortfall of 20 million mt in soybeans if China slaps taxes on US soybeans, the China National Grain & Oil Information Centre said Thursday.
10 Apr 2018 | Rei Geyssens, Johnny Huang
China’s domestic corn prices are set to stabilise while soybean prices rise despite an increase in acreage and yields, the Chinese Agricultural Department said in their monthly supply and demand update Tuesday.
China’s National Grain Trade Centre has announced it will be releasing 7 million mt of domestic corn stocks on April 12 and 13, according to an official announcement released earlier this week.
China is recalibrating its farmer subsidies to give soybean plantings an economic edge over corn in four of the country’s northern provinces, according to a joint statement from the ministry of agriculture and the ministry of finance published Tuesday.
29 Mar 2018 | Rei Geyssens, Johnny Huang
Domestic soymeal prices in China were supported by market uncertainty even as fears of soybeans being caught in a trade war started to fade, the China National Grain & Oil Information Centre said in a weekly report Thursday.
26 Mar 2018 | Tim Worledge, Johnny Huang
Timely ethanol import data from the Chinese government has underscored a potential snub on US exports, as China imported more US ethanol in February than at any other time in the last two years.
22 Mar 2018 | Rei Geyssens, Johnny Huang
Strong domestic demand and a slow pick-up in the pace of crushing have kept Chinese soybean meal stocks remain at three-year lows, the China National Grain & Oil Information Centre said Thursday.
Soymeal stocks in China stand at 720,000 mt, down 13% on this time last year, a weekly update from the China National Grains and Oil Information Centre showed Thursday.
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