Surveyor Export Tracking 2022
Amspec SGS
Tonnes % Change Tonnes % Change
Jan 10days 318,928 -41.38% 325,601 -40.62%
15days 492,883 -32.07% 456,274 -49.12%
20days 633,531 -36.41% 626,029 -43.08%
Full Month

MPOB 2021
Tonnes Change % Change
Nov Production 1,634,932 -90,905 -5.27%
Export 1,467,518 +49,650 +3.50%
Stockpile 1,816,879 -17,224 -0.94%
Dec Production 1,450,905 -184,027 -11.26%
Export 1,414,566 -52,952 -3.61%
Stockpile 1,583,040 -233,839 -12.87%

Date Closing as at 6pm Summary
Fri, 21 Jan, 2022 FCPO Mar22
5,323, +136

Soyoil Mar22
(Bloomberg) -- Palm oil climbed to a fresh record high on persisting concerns over supplies in top growers Indonesia and Malaysia and a rally in rival soybean oil. (Reuters) - Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Friday and were set for a fifth consecutive weekly climb, after hitting a record high of 5,231 ringgit ($1,249.94) during overnight trade. https://tmsnrt.rs/33UbPlS
Thu, 20 Jan, 2022 FCPO Apr21
5,190, +66

Soyoil Mar21
(Bloomberg) -- Palm oil finished at a new all-time high on stronger soybean oil prices, with top grower Indonesia’s move to focus on the domestic market to cool surging vegetable oil prices further boosting sentiment. (Reuters) - Malaysian palm oil futures hit an all-time high of 5,228 ringgit a tonne on Thursday, as traders shrugged off weak exports to focus on tight supply and news of Indonesia's plan to restrict exports of the edible oil.
Wed, 19 Jan, 2022 FCPO Apr21
5,125, +91

Soyoil Mar21
(Bloomberg) -- Palm oil futures jumped following a rally in crude oil and as traders assessed prospects for a surge in biodiesel demand. (Reuters) - Malaysian palm oil futures snapped two days of losses on Wednesday, lifted by a rally in crude futures and top producer Indonesia implementing new rules to control exports of the edible oil. https://tmsnrt.rs/3rs7O09
Tue, 18 Jan, 2022 Soyoil Mar21
Mon, 17 Jan, 2022 FCPO Apr21
5,034, +78

Soyoil Mar21
(Bloomberg) -- Palm oil futures closed at a new record high as persisting worries about weaker production in second-biggest grower Malaysia offset poor exports from the nation. (Reuters) - Malaysian palm oil futures rose more than 1% on Monday, as top producer Indonesia moved ahead with plans to test biofuel with higher palm content, while forecasts of weak output in the world's second-largest producer also lent support.