Wednesday, July 8, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Weak trends prevail (week ended Jul 6, 2020)
Sales of hog feed were weak as farmers limited inventories while the African Swine Fever spread in some parts of China. Sluggish lysine demand compelled traders and producers to lower prices while supplies remained plentiful.
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Market lacks supportive factors (week ended Jun 29, 2020)
Low demand for hog feed, resulting from limited hog inventories, curtailed the sales of lysine. Traders cut prices modestly in a bid to stimulate buying interest.
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Market lacks supportive factors (week ended Jun 22, 2020)
Hog feed demand remained sluggish, hence decimating the sales of lysine together with weak soymeal prices. Producers who were keen to clear piling inventories negotiated prices, albeit slightly despite high output expenses.
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Weak trend prevails (week ended Jun 15, 2020)
With hog feed production low and soymeal market staying weak, feed producers were not eager to place order for lysine. Supply remained abundant although several producers halted operation for routine plant maintenance.
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: China Lysine: Prices stable but lack momentum (week ended Jun 8, 2020)
Producers were reluctant to negotiate lysine prices as the costs of production stayed high due to low availability of corn. Nonetheless, a handful of traders were willing to cut prices marginally on a case-by-case basis to move sales.
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Producers stand firm (week ended Jun 1, 2020)
Lysine availability decreased as a producer halted operation for routine maintenance. With the costs of production high, producers were tempted to lift prices over the week although demand stayed slow.
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Low ingredient availability limits production (week ended May 11, 2020)
Lysine production remained tight as several producers halted operation. One producer is expected to resume production in late May while another would start operation earliest in June. Meanwhile, corn availability stayed limited as the gover ...
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Buyers stay prudent (week ended Apr 30, 2020)
Lysine demand was limited as feed producers limited buying as soymeal market showed no signs of stabilising. Flat demand, together with ample supplies, exerted pressure on the prices of 70-percent lysine. Nonetheless, prices of 98.5-percent ...
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Low ingredient availability limits production (week ended Apr 27, 2020)
Supplies of lysine tightened as corn availability dwindled in China. Producers with limited stocks offer, for instance CJ, halted prices releases prompting feed producers to increase purchases.
Thursday, April 23, 2020
China Lysine: Prices stay firm (week ended Apr 20, 2020)
Lysine producers continued to limit output while the costs of corm were high amid dwindling availability. Consequently. prices stayed firm over the week even as the demand for hog feed and hence lysine was slow with hog population low.
Thursday, April 16, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Market lacks momentum (week ended Apr 13, 2020)
Supplies of lysine tightened as producers limited output with ingredients costs high and the prospects of global demand remained uncertain due to the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, strengthened soymeal prices encouraged the sages of ...
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Market stays firm despite slow demand (week ended Apr 6, 2020)
Rising costs of corn prompted producers to stand firm on lysine prices despite slow demand from the animal sector. Several producers halted p0roduction or withheld price releases as the availability of raw ingredients were tight.
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Increased output exerts pressure on market (week ended Mar 30, 2020)
Production of lysine increased as the deliveries of raw ingredients fully recovered. With hog feed consumption slow and the outlook of livestock bleak, feed producers withheld buying as fears of supply shortages subsided.
Tuesday, March 24, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Buyers limit lysine purchases (week ended Mar 23, 2020)
Prices of lysine remained firm in China, as producers limited production while the sales of animal feed were slow. Meanwhile, producers cut export price in a bid to stimulate demand while the global spreading of the Wuhan virus curtailed sa ...
Thursday, March 19, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Output shrinks amid ample supply, cautious demand (week ended Mar 16, 2020)
As the availability of lysine were ample with deliveries returning to normal levels, prices remained unchanged. Feed producers held back purchases in view of weak hog feed demand due to low animal population. Meanwhile, Shandong CJ has halt ...

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