Friday, August 18, 2023
China Lysine: Market strengthens further (week ended Aug 13, 2023)
Soaring soymeal costs stimulated the demand for soymeal. With production limited, lysine producers stood firm on prices.
Wednesday, January 18, 2023
China Lysine: Prices stable to lower (week ended Jan 16, 2023)
Weak prices of soymeal continued to curtail the sales of lysine in China. Producers who were keen to clear stocks before the festive holidays negotiated prices slightly.
Thursday, October 13, 2022
China Lysine: Market stays firm amid high soymeal costs (week ended Oct 10, 2022)
Despite limited sales after the long holidays, lysine producers stood firm on prices. Usages of lysine remained high with the costs of soymeal at record high levels.
Wednesday, September 21, 2022
China Lysine: Market stays firm on strengthened demand (week ended Sep 19, 2022)
Soaring costs of soymeal, which increased almost 20% over the past two months, stimulated the sales of lysine. With the costs of corn high, lysine producers stood firm on prices.
Thursday, September 8, 2022
China Lysine: Market shows signs of stabilising (week ended Sep 5, 2022)
Slow feed sales put a lid on the prices of lysine. However, with prices almost 10% lower compared with a year ago, producers stood firm on lysine prices.
Wednesday, March 9, 2022
China's road to becoming the world's top lysine producer
China ventured into lysine production in 1990, and this was led by Guangxi Guiyuan and Fujian Quanzhou Daquan.
Friday, February 11, 2022
Modest rise in China 2021 lysine and threonine exports
According to customs statistics, from January to December 2021, China's export volume of lysine and lysine salts and esters was 826,300 tonnes, an increase of 6% year-on-year.
Wednesday, August 11, 2021
China Lysine: Prices rebound amid increased sales (week ended Aug 9, 2021)
Feed producers were more eager to stock lysine inventories as the pandemic situation in China worsened. As lysine producers limited output prices stabilised amid strengthened demand.
Thursday, May 27, 2021
China Lysine: Market stays stable as producers stand firm (week ended May 24, 2021)
Demand for lysine remained slow while feed producers stayed cautious. Producers were reluctant to cut prices, which have dropped considerably.
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
China Lysine: 70 percent lysine prices stabilise (week ended May 17, 2021)
As hog feed demand stays sluggish, feed producers limited the purchases of lysine. Producers of 98.5 percent lysine continued to cut prices to entice buyers. Nonetheless, prices of 70 percent lysine rebounded slightly as several producers h ...
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
China Lysine: Substantial price dip (week ended May 10, 2021)
A weak hog market, coupled with slow lysine usages, prompted feed producers to withhold purchases. Lysine producers were compelled to cut prices despite decreased output.
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
China Lysine: Slow usages, weak hog market curtails sales (week ended Apr 12, 2021)
As hog prices plummeted further while the costs of soymeal remained low, feed producers withheld purchases of lysine. Lysine producers held prices low while the costs of corn moved lower in a bid to stimulate sales.
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
China Lysine: Market under pressure (week ended Apr 5, 2021)
Lysine sales were limited with the demand for hog feed sluggish and soymeal prices tumbling. With the costs of corn lower, producers were willing to negotiate prices slightly on a case by case basis.
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
China Lysine: Producers lift prices amid corn shortages (week ended Feb 22, 2021)
Buyers were eagerly purchasing corn during the Chinese New Year period amid fears that the supply shortages would result in production difficulties. With output limited and the costs of corn set to soar further, lysine producers lifted expo ...
Tuesday, January 5, 2021
China Lysine: Prices firm amid high costs, sales limited (week ended Jan 4, 2020)
Lysine producers held prices firm while the costs of corn surged to new highs. However, as most feed producers have stocked inventories to last until February or March, sales slowed lately, hence putting a lid on the prices. Nevertheless, e ...

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