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January 2020 Newsletter

January 2020 Newsletter

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The main feature this month is an analysis of the trends in the world use of grains for stock feed.

There are 15 GRAPHS included in this main analysis, these being:

World Stock Feed Use since 1991
World Stock Feed Use Trend to 2025
Major Stock Feeds as % of Total Feeds in 2019/20
Minor Stock Feeds as % of Total Feeds in 2019/20
Major Consuming Country Trends since 1991
Main Consumers Use per Person sine 1991
World Corn Feed Use Trend since 1991
World Soybean Meal Use Trend since 1991
Other Main Feed Users Trends since 1991
China's Main Feed Use Trends since 1991
EU Main Feed Use Trends since 2000
US Main Feed Use Trends since 1991
Brazil Main Feed Use Trends since 1991
Russia Main Feed Use Trends since 1991
India Main Feed Use Trends since 1991

ECONOMIC OVERVIEW analyses the facts that suggest that world agriculture will be able to feed the increasing world population, forecast to reach at least 11 billion by the year 2100.

An "Interesting Trend" on page 7 looks at the trends in China's pig meat production, consumption and imports accompanied by two graphs showing the dramatic drop in consumption as well as significant jump in imports resulting from the African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak..

The newsletter also brings you up to date with the latest developments in the price of the major agricultural commodities as well as comments on general trends in the world economy.
These updates all include up to date GRAPHS which cover price movements over the last 12 months unless otherwise stated.

These GRAPHS include:

Australian Bond & Bill Interest Rates
US$/A$ Rate (daily)
CRB Index (daily)
US KC Wheat Futures in A$/tonne terms
US Soybean Futures Price in US cents/bushel
US Corn Futures Prices in US cents/bushel
Wool Price Indices for EMI & Northern Indicators
US Cotton Futures Prices in US cents/lb and Aust cents/lb on a weekly basis
US Cattle Futures Prices for Feeder and Live Cattle

WORLD ECONOMIC INDICATORS brings you up to date with some of the major indications of and trends in the world's economic health.

This Newsletter provides an excellent overview of the recent trends in many areas of world agriculture.