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Mise à jour 21/04

Semaine 16/2017 

En France, le commerce des oeufs calibrés s'est correctement tenu jusqu'à Pâques mais celui de l'industrie a commencé a décliné bien avant. Ailleurs en Europe, ces 2 marchés ont montré un aspect baissier avant Pâques, hormis en Espagne pour l'industrie qui a conservé un marché ferme.
La tendance après Pâques en France montre des échanges fluides, qu'on n'est pas forcément habitué à voir à cette période. Il semble avant tout que l'industrie est aux achats.
En Europe, on observe une production relativement abondante en oeufs calibrés un peu partout avec des cours en baisse et inférieurs aux prix français et là aussi, on constate des industriels qui ont des besoins d'approvisionnement. Ainsi, le production fait le choix de faire des concessions tarifaires pour fournir l'industrie.
 







Mise à jour 04/04

Semaine 13-14/2017   

Le constat de la semaine dernière est confirmé : le sommet a été atteint et on note désormais une baisse des prix. les industriels, que ce soit en France ou ailleurs en Europe, vident actuellement leurs stocks et n'ont plus de besoins. Par ailleurs, ils savent qu'ils auront des prix inférieurs dans moins de 2 semaines.

La production est d'avantage disponible en oeufs calibrés. D'ailleurs les petits oeufs sont présents aux quatre coins de l'Europe. Il reste à espérer que les ventes des centres de conditionnement se tiennent jusque Pâques.







Mise à jour 27/03

Semaine 11-12/2017   

Le commerce a été équilibré les 2 semaines passées avec une offre légèrement inférieure à la demande pour l'oeuf de consommation. Côté industrie, la demande était d'avantage présente et les prix ont continué de grimper.

Il est envisageable que les cours est atteint leur sommet car on constate une stabilité de la cotation française. Par ailleurs, la production propose à des nouveaux des oeufs, notamment du calibre M. De nombreuses mises en place ont été effectuées et la situation est déjà incertaine pour l'après Pâques.

Niveau European, situation identique avec un retour des offres d'oeufs calibrés. Mais, très peu de possibilité de ventes sur les pays tiers car des pays comme l'Ukraine propose des tarifs inférieurs. 

 








Mise à jour 14/03

Semaine 10/2017  

On constate toujours un commerce très fluide en France avec une bonne demande et une production inférieure, certainement dûe aux réformes des lots de poules positifs en salmonelle fin 2016.

Industriels comme centres de conditionnement sont acheteurs, les cotations sont en augmentation.  

En Espagne, même situation avec un marché très ferme depuis une dizaine de jours. 

Dans les pays de l'est, changement de situation avec une production plus abondante et des prix qui se stabilisent désormais.  









Mise à jour 06/03

Semaine 09/2017 

Le marché français est resté relativement actif la semaine passée. Les centres de conditionnement ainsi que les industriels sont aux achats. Les prix sont en hausse et demeurent plus élevés que les prix pratiqués ailleurs en Europe. A noter le très faible écart de prix entre le calibre M et le calibre L.

Par contre, on note depuis une semaine un grand nombre d'offres de petits oeufs des pays de l'Est et les prix ont commencé a diminuer depuis peu...

 








Mise à jour 27/02

Semaine 08/2017

Depuis 3 semaines, le commerce est meilleur et les échanges sont fluides. La situation est identique en Europe. Les pays de l'est ont des prix identiques aux nôtres, seule l'Espagne a des prix inférieurs mais qui ont aussi tendance à remonter.

Les industriels sont aux achats et les ventes d'ovoproduits sont meilleures avec des prix en hausse que ce soit pour le blanc, le jaune ou l'entier.

Par contre, l'export en pays tiers reste difficile car l'Europe est concurrencée par les USA et Ukraine.  







Mise à jour 23/01

Semaine 03/2017    

Le commerce reste compliqué pour cette 3ème semaine. Le marché continue de s'alourdir et les prix baissent. En effet, la demande est mauvaise que se soit en oeufs consommation ou oeufs pour l'industrie. Les centres de conditionnement dégagent des oeufs vers l'industrie et les industriels ont eux mêmes des stocks chargés, avec une revente en ovoproduits difficile.

Même les oeufs alternatifs comme le plein air ont plus de difficultés à s'écouler. La situation est la même dans la plupart des pays européens et bien que certains espèrent avoir un effet positif de la grippe aviaire en Corée, pour le moment aucun signe ne va dans ce sens.

Dans ce contexte, le marché risque de continuer à se dégrader. 







Mise à jour 13/01

Semaine 01-02 /2017   

Nous venons de passer 2 semaines dignes d'un mois de Janvier, avec un commerce difficile, au ralenti, avec peu de transactions et par conséquent, une production qui s'alourdit au fil des jours. 

Bien que certains opérateurs pensaient le contraire à la mi-décembre au vu de la fluidité du marché à ce moment là, nous n'avons pas échapper à cette morosité du commerce de début d'année. D'ailleurs à notre niveau, à la même période nous présagions déjà cette tendance. 

Toujours pas de signes très positifs car la consommation est faible et niveau industrie, les besoins des industriels se tournent vers l'alternatif. Les nombreux et récents articles des médias vont aussi dans le sens des oeufs alternatifs. Ces derniers sont eux-mêmes d'avantage offerts.

Dans ce contexte, il est toujours difficile d'exporter les oeufs français car malgré les baisses, la différence persiste avec les autres cotations européennes, l'écart est moins important mais toujours présent. Par ailleurs, la France est pénalisée par son statut de grippe aviaire pour l'export pays tiers. 






Mise à jour 30/12

Semaine 52- 2016  

La semaine a été calme voir très calme par rapport à ce que la production a connu les semaines précédentes. On parle désormais de stocks qui se constituent et déjà des oeufs calibrés n'ayant pas trouvé preneur partent à l'industrie. On peut très vite passer d'un extrème à l'autre dans ce marché de l'oeuf. En industrie, les prix réellement pratiqués sont bien en dessous de ce qu'on peut voir écrit sur la cotation, à savoir que ces prix sont déjà d'actualité depuis début décembre dans certains pays en Europe comme l'Allemagne, Belgique, Espagne .... 
Les oeufs calibrés ont connu une baisse de tarif cette semaine mais encore un écart important subsiste par rapport à ce qui se pratique sur le marché européen.
Dans un tel contexte, des pays comme l'Espagne ont déjà pris les devant pour exporter sur les pays tiers bien que la concurrence soit déjà rude avec les autres continents.
On constate aussi un peu plus d'offres en oeufs alternatifs. 
 








Mise à jour 23/12

Semaine 51- 2016  

En industrie cette semaine quelques achats ont été effectués à des prix inférieurs à la cotation française. Bien qu'elle soit restée stable sans augmentation cette semaine, les prix sont toujours nettement plus élevés qu'ailleurs en Europe.

Le marché sera calme pour la dernière semaine de l'année avec peu de transactions. Les vacances se terminant de suite après la St Sylvestre, on peut espérer un retour de l'activité sans trop d'alourdissement de la production.

 







Mise à jour 16/12

Semaine 50 - 2016  

Nos perceptions se confirment désormais en France avec un retour au calme et moins de transactions effectuées bien que la production est toujours peu abondante. Les semaines à venir verront quelques commandes de dernière minute. La cotation reste toujours la plus élevée en France avec des différences de parfois 2 € au 100 oeufs avec d'autres cotations en Europe.

Niveau industrie, on est désormais tourné vers 2017 et le peu d'échanges effectués s'est fait à la baisse.

Les différents cas de grippe aviaire ont aussi un effect néfaste sur le commerce d'oeufs, notamment pour les pays tiers car des interdictions d'importations ont été mises en places au niveau des pays tiers. 







Mise à jour 02/12

Semaine 48 - 2016  

En cette fin de semaine, il nous semble que nous avons désormais atteint le pic de cette fermeté présente depuis plusieurs semaines sur un aspect de marché global en Europe. 

En effet, niveau industrie, depuis environ 2 semaines, les industriels modèrent leurs achats et peuvent se le permettre car ils ont du stock. Ainsi, seuls quelques industriels ayant réellement des besoins ou ayant des demandes spécifiques paient le prix fort du marché. Le marché de l'industrie est calme et il est très peu probable qu'il y ait désormais un changement de situation à cette période de l'année.

En ce qui concerne l'oeuf de consommation, les problèmes sanitaires en France, Pologne, Allemagne ont crée un manque d'oeufs sur le marché européen et les prix ont flambés mais aux prix actuels, les clients deviennent très réticents et se montrent moins présents aux achats ces jours-ci.

La France a toujours la cotation la plus élevée et il est donc très difficile d'exporter de la marchandise au départ de la France.






Mise à jour 08/11

Semaine 44/45 - 2016  

Nous reprenons nos perceptions avec un marché particulièrement actif depuis plusieurs semaines. Et le mois de Novembre suivra certainement cette tendance car le marché est toujours ferme à cette période. C'est toujours en France que les prix sont les plus élevés mais la différence tend à se réduire quand on considère les prix pratiqués en Espagne ou en Pologne. Cette semaine, face à une faible activité en ovoproduits, les industriels sont peu aux achats mais la marchandise est elle aussi peu offerte. La fermeté se trouve d'avantage sur l'oeuf de consommation.











Mise à jour 23/09

Semaine 38 - 2016   

Le marché français reste assez difficile à cerner. D'un côté, des oeufs calibrés sont présents sur le marché et ne trouvent pas forcément acquéreurs. Parallèlement, l'offre en oeufs tout venant est très limitée .... Les industriels sont aux achats mais au même niveau de tarif que la semaine passée.

Ailleurs en Europe, peu d'échange intra-européens car chaque pays semble autosuffisant. En Pologne et en Espagne, les oeufs calibrés sont inférieurs aux prix pratiqués en France et Allemagne et la cotation allemande est restée stable cette semaine.

 








Mise à jour 14/09

Semaine 36/37 - 2016   

Depuis la fin de semaine dernière, on ressent dès à présent un ralentissement du marché et les offres en oeufs calibrés sont à nouveau présentes. On constate beaucoup de petits oeufs qui trouvent difficilement preneurs. Ainsi, les prix sont en stagnation. Les offres pour l'industrie ne sont pas encore très présentes mais devraient l'être dans les jours à venir.

Dans les autres pays européens, les prix stagnent aussi. L'activité n'est pas vraiment dynamique pour un mois de Septembre. 








Mise à jour 05/09

Semaine 35/36 - 2016   

Des cours en hausse et de la fermeté sont constatés sur le marché français en oeufs calibrés ou à l'industrie. Une très bonne activité des centres de conditionnement a fait que très peu d'oeufs étaient disponibles sur le marché la semaine passée, il y a un bel et bien un effet rentrée.

Ailleurs en Europe, les cours sont aussi en légère hausse mais le commerce n'est pas forcément très dynamique. Les anglais sont complètement absents depuis le Brexit.

En ce qui concernes les oeufs alternatifs, la production semble s'être intensifiée dans plusieurs pays et cela se ressent au niveau européen. En effet, des oeufs Bio, plein air ou sol sont désormais offerts plus facilement.  










Mise à jour 26/08

Semaine 34 - 2016  

En France, le marché a été particulièrement ferme tout au long de la semaine et les prix continuent d'augmenter. La production a très peu de marchandise disponible en oeufs calibrés, oeufs pour le calibrage ou oeufs pour l'industrie.

L'industrie ne semble pourtant pas forcément aux achats cette semaine en France. Ailleurs, dans les autres pays, les industriels achètent mais à des prix semblables aux semaines passées et ne sont pas prêts à augmenter leurs tarifs.

On constate aussi des hausse tarifaires en Allemagne et en Espagne au niveau de la production. En Pologne, les prix ont déjà augmenté il y a quelques semaines et sont désormais stables.

 










Mise à jour 22/08

Semaine 33-34 - 2016  

 

 

 

 

Le marché est resté chargé en oeufs au lendemain du 15/08, puis, au fil des jours, nous avons senti le commerce repartir en France pour les oeufs de consommation. La demande est présente et le marché se raffermit.

Côté industrie, la demande reste toujours très calme et les industriels ne sont pas prêts à payer des prix plus élevés.

Ailleurs en Europe, la production est relativement abondante et le commerce tourne au ralenti. Les anglais ne sont pas aux achats et disent avoir des stocks remplis.

 










Mise à jour 12/08

Semaine 32 - 2016  

Nous sommes dans un changement de situation du marché, en toute logique à la mi-Aout.

Mais cette situation n'est pas encore très nette. Si on considère les oeufs calibrés, leur commerce repart et notamment avec le jour férié. Ce constat se fait en France comme à l'étranger avec des cotations en hausse.

Pour ce qui est de l'oeuf pour l'industrie, l'activité des industriels est toujours au ralentie et les stocks sont pleins, donc le tarif peine à se redresser. Cependant, le prix plancher a été atteint.

Le marche de l'oeuf alternatif semble moins dynamique qu'il n'a été depuis la mi-Juillet. 










Mise à jour 28/07

Semaine 30 - 2016  

Nous sommes toujours dans un contexte de dégagement d'oeufs code 3 vers l'export industrie et face à cet alourdissement de l'offre, les industriels achètent à des prix inférieurs de jour en jour.

Les oeufs non marqués français sont toujours pénalisés par rapport aux oeufs marqués que préfèrent l'ensemble des clients étrangers. Certains industriels d'ailleurs n'acceptent désormais que des oeufs marqués et ne veulent pas entendre parler de dérogation.

La production est abondante sur l'ensemble de l'Europe et cette situation devrait persister encore une dizaine de jours. 







Mise à jour 21/07

Semaine 29 - 2016  

Le commerce au ralenti s'intensifie désormais sur le marché français avec les congés d'été. Hormis dans les zones touristiques, on trouve aisément de la production cage calibré ou non et les prix sont en baisse.

Côté industrie, jusqu'à la semaine dernière la France était le pays payant le prix le plus élevé pour se fournir en oeufs mais les industriels français ne sont désormais quasiment plus aux achats ou alors au mêmes prix que les industriels européens, voir même à des prix inférieurs. Dans ce contexte, nous exportons les oeufs français.








Mise à jour 13/07

 

Semaine 27/28 - 2016 

Le marché reste calme côté industrie. Les stocks semblent toujours remplis.

En oeuf calibré, Le jour férié complique les livraisons mais dans l'ensemble, la demande est bonne. On remarque cependant que le Petit est très présent dans les pays de l'Est.

Le marché du Plein Air est ferme. Il est très compliqué de trouver du code 1 calibré ou TV pour le calibrage. 






Mise à jour : 29/06/2016

Semaine 25/26 - 2016   

Selon notre perception, la semaine passée (comme les précédentes d'ailleurs) est restée très calme dans les échanges d'oeufs avec une offre toujours supérieure à la demande, hormis en oeufs plein air. Etonnement, la cotation française a continué son ascension à l'inverse des cotations étrangères qui stagnent ou baissent. Dans ce contexte, sortir des oeufs de France est très compliqué car les grossistes, centres de conditionnement ou industriels peuvent se fournir à coût nettement inférieur.

Par ailleurs, l'export vers le Maroc n'aura pas eu de répercutions sur le marché hormis de la spéculation car les quantités importées ont été moins importantes que prévues et l'essentiel a été réalisé par les espagnols, l'équivalent de 7 conteneurs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 








Mise à jour : 15/06/2016

Semaine 23/24 - 2016   

Le marché semble toujours dynamique en France si on se fie aux cotations qui continuent d'augmenter.

Dans ce contexte, aucune opération d'export de France n'est envisageable car les prix ailleurs sont inférieurs.

Les industriels en dehors de la France achètent sur les mêmes bases de prix que la semaine passée voir à des prix en baisse pour ceux qui ont déjà rempli leurs stocks.

A notre niveau, nous constatons que l'offre en oeufs cage est bien présente voir excédentaire chez certains. En effet, certaines offres trouvent difficilement preneurs et ces oeufs se trouvent ainsi disponibles pour les industriels.

Côté code 1, le marché est réellement dynamique et la production manque pour satisfaire les besoins.  

Au niveau des pays tiers, alors qu'il y a un an l'Europe commençait ses ventes d'oeufs aux USA, ils sont de retour sur le marché mondial avec des offres défiants toute concurrence. 







Mise à jour : 09/06/2016

Semaine 22/23 - 2016  

La France semble faire figure d'exception dans le marché européen du fait de son marché particulièrement dynamique avec une offre qui peine à couvrir les besoins, que ce soit pour les centres de conditionnement ou les industries.

Ailleurs, un marché très calme avec une offre relativement abondante et une demande restreinte. Les industriels des pays voisins ont suffisamment de stock et préfèrent éviter d'être sur le marché spot face à une qualité d'oeufs jugée médiocre, avec de nombreuses réclamations dues à des oeufs stockés trop longtemps et dans de mauvaises conditions à cette période de l'année avec la chaleur. Les prix sont stables voir en baisse. 

Dans cette situation, les oeufs français sont difficilement exportables chez nos voisins européens.  







Update : 02/06/2016

Week 21/22 - 2016 

In France, slaughtering have helped to make a more balanced market now with a lower offer. A small increase of prices is noticed, even if buyers are not really back to business yet. Indeed, they seem they have enough eggs contracted and buy few quantity of extra eggs on the spot market, whether in France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands ....

In Spain, the market is firmer thanks to the sale of eggs in Morocco for Ramadan, and only this country could sell in Morocco apparently.

In the rest of Europe, quotations are stable or going up depending on the countries but in general, offers are more higher than demands. Concerning third countries, with the competition from Brazil, Ukraine, it is difficult to be placed, except from Poland where prices of graded eggs remain very low.








Update: 25/05/2016

Week 20-2016 :  

We confirm that the floor prices were achieved and there is even rates rise. In France, we have moved from a situation of a too full of eggs to a near shortage in just one week!

We see our level indeed a small recovery in demand for egg industry without talking firmness because many buyers do not want to pay to benefit as prices known past weeks, stocks always filled throughout Europe.

Consumption side, a quiet market with an offer that largely meets the needs. 









Update: 17/05/2016

Week 18-19-2016 :  

2 weeks have not been good for production with low prices that we had not seen for several years. The situation is still very complicated for caged eggs with a high production, a low consumption and media who continue their lobbying strongly to the disadvantage of this mode of production.

So, one solution is slightly early slaughter but also fridge or selling cheap ...

In mid May, school holidays are over,  as bank holidays, we the hope of a more fluid trade surfaced with the wish that the floor prices were achieved. 










Update: 02/05/2016

Week 17-2016 : 

No improvement seen last week and even a situation that continues to deteriorate. Inventories grow everywhere and some lack space to store where fridge/cold stores openings.

This week, we found almost a holiday in every European country throughout the week which has a particularly damaging as trade and exchange.

On the export with third countries, competition from the United States is back.








Update: 22/04/2016

Week 16-2016 :

Still a critical situation for the caged egg industry. Buyers have well-filled stocks and therefore buy few quantities. The price level of industry is pretty much the same in all European countries now so only few deals are done, buyers have indeed plenty to provide with the production of their own country.

Even if quotation of eggs graded declines in France, it is still above the prices on the European market.

Free range prices are also going down due to a lower consumption.  









Update: 04/15/2016

Week 15-2016:

We are still on a downward trend with a lot of price pressure facing a sluggish market. France is an exception compared to the rest of Europe. Indeed, the German quotations continue to fall for every € 0.45 / 100 when prices in Poland are reaching levels not seen since 2011.

The industry prices also decreased and approached prices in 2013. Demand is bad, even at low prices industrials are not buying.

The dynamic sale of alternative eggs, mainly code 1, decreased the last ten days and we find more offers on the market, either for industry or consumption. 








Update : 08/04/2016

Week 14 - 2016 :

More and more eggs available throughout Europe. The situation is worrying whether graded eggs or eggs for the industry. German quotation continues to drop: S = 4.15; M = 5.30; L = 5.85

Demand for ungraded free range is good but it slows down a bit for industry. 








Update : 05/04/2016

Week 13/14 - 2016

The farms are full and the prices continue to fall. European quotation are far below ours (Germany: S = 4.35; M = 5.75; L = 6.30) In reality, sellers are willing to lower their prices even more to sell their goods ...

The course of the pound still slows business with the UK.  









Update : 21/03/2016

Week 11 / 12-2016

While the French quotation graded eggs still rising in France on 18/03, the quotations in Europe are mostly downward, with a significantly lower level for certain: S: 4.60 / 100 (weser ems) when it coast € 6.55 / 100 in France.

Regarding eggs code 3 for the industry, the market is extremely quiet because manufacturers are largely covered by their existing contracts so no purchases to be made on the spot market and according to some, at least until this summer.

In terms of third countries, it is very difficult to "export to Europe to compete with low prices.

The European market is likely to be clogged for after Easter. 







Week 10 / 11-2016

No request of caged eggs from processors, either in France or abroad. Slightly better for codes 1 & 2.

For some people, the market seems dynamic, but from our side, it is very quiet. The offer is wide throughout Europe, stocks are still full. Easter is in less than two weeks...  









Update : 07/03/2016

Week 09

Less than three weeks of Easter now, trade is relatively disappointing overall. Industrial buying little or just what they need for adequate inventory caged eggs and they are expecting a market slowdown following Easter. Free range and barn eggs are still asked, which remains the big trend for a while. Prices cage industry are down ... except in France although the availability is very present.

Consumption of eggs, the French market is balanced without additional from the packing centers needs, except for organic and free range demand. The ratings are stable in Europe but we note that some countries such as Poland are full of graded eggs.

About export in third countries, Europe is competing with Ukraine or Brazil. 









Update : 25/02/2016

Week 08

On the industry side, trade is still quiet. However, the prices are growing up a bit, probably due to the slaughters. Demand of codes 2 & 3 is better.

Concerning eggs for consumption, the market is more dynamic, especially in S. We can however see a slow down of orders from GB, due to the fall of the GBP. 










Update: 17/02/2016

Week 05/06 - 2016 

Since last week, the market is a little better for caged eggs. On the benefit of exchanges were made, sales are more fluid thanks to a significant recovery in consumption. Thus, the rates increase slowly or remain stable.

Industry across Europe doing some shopping in code 3 eggs but are still more interested in the eggs free range and barn. 

The price level industry are homogeneous in Europe, but eggs for consumption are higher in France, although the rating is less than 2015. The United Kingdom is back as the purchases but is tempted to order in Spain or Poland due to the lower prices. 









Update: 02/02/2016

Week 04/05 - 2016

Even if the market looks better than the past few weeks, the demand for cage industry is still weak in Europe.

Abroad, the S size is easier to find than in previous weeks. M and L are widely available but the Spanish and Polish prices remain much lower than ours.








Update : 26/01/2016 

Week 03/04 - 2016 

The cage egg market still is not to the advantage of production, or so little exchange at ever lower prices either for industry or consumer. Some packaging centers, however, noticed a better consumer level last week, certainly due to the end of the month and Candlemas.

For export, the French graded eggs are not at all competitive, because we are seeing price <€ 1.35 / 100 M for the European market. However, as noted in previous weeks, the French egg industry is exported outside France.

The market for alternative eggs stands,barn and free range eggs are sought by industry, but some are more demanding since these eggs must be approved KAT. Consumption of these alternative eggs is a bit as challenging as the past month. 









Update : 14/01/2016 

Week 01/02 - 2016

Trade remains very difficult early this year, there is a bit of egg stocks everywhere, including the L-class in France and eggs end of lay, following the delay of slaugthering of hens. There is also a slight increase of available production for free range eggs.

Faced with this offer, there is insufficient demand with low power consumption. Packing centers already have enough production, as industrial buying low and cheap.

This finding is the same throughout Europe, except that the French prices of eggs graded, although decreasing, remain above the prices recorded in other countries. Instead, the industry rates seem lower in France and Spain. Level third countries, eggs of our continent are not sufficiently competitive with eggs from Brazil, Turkey or India. 









Update : 30/12/2015 

Week 52/53 - 2015

This last week of the year is bad, as most of the last few weeks of each year! But what seems more worrying is that this trend will certainly continue at least throughout the entire month of January, if not benefit in terms of cage and barn eggs. Organic and free range productions have a brighter future. Prices may fluctuate slightly but to a lesser extent compared to other productions.

The French quotation for egg consumption is slightly above the German but above quotation about 1.50 € / 100 eggs compared to prices in markets like Spain and Poland.

The industrial market is virtually stopped for this week. Purchases quietly resume next week but buyers already know and already they have in front of them more than abundant production cage and there is already talk of prices below € 0.70 / kg. 

 








Update : 22/12/2015

Week 51/52 - 2015

On the consumption side, trade is correct for cage eggs thanks to last minute orders. 

The difficulty comes especially from transport. It is very complicated to find available trucks at that time of year.

For industry, activity is slowed. There are few/no buyers. The deals which are done are at prices under the French quotation.

 

Ovotrade wishes you a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year ! 









Update : 14/12/2015

Week 50/51 - 2015  

We can now consider that the industry market is closed for the year 2015, some even think that this is so until February 2016. We note, however, still some last minute orders free range eggs. The price of barn and cage are steadily declining.

It seems that there are different opinions in terms of consumption, some see an increase in orders and others stagnate see declines. At our level, there are none with respect to the cage eggs, but still a high demand for eggs code 0 and 1. As to the production, we judge fairly abundant throughout Europe, and especially for the period.

 









Update : 08/12/2015

Week 49/50 - 2015 

No change on the egg market that we are already the second week of December.

The few cases of bird flu in France (one also in Germany) does not help the current situation. Some third countries forbid the import of poultry products from France. The question is whether the US will thus stop the French egg containers (if they had still ongoing?).

Some slaughterhouses are complete and delaying slaughter provided on December and January which causes a nesting end surplus eggs for the industry to market. Now, manufacturers are sufficiently covered by their contracts in progress. They do not wish to anticipate purchases of January because they know already that production will be abundant with prices down.

A balance is noted for consumer egg code 3.

At the European export to third countries, Europe is currently challenged by Ukraine, Turkey and Brazil. 











Update : 30/11/2015

Week 48/49 - 2015 

The situation of the egg market is particularly disappointing for the period. At our level, we have much more outstanding offers that requests for eggs code 3, especially as industrial are not buying it certainly until the end of the year.
This finding is the same in most countries in Europe.
Only the free range egg remains in high demand, the barns has great difficulty to flow.
The reform of the hens market is very bad, the price is between 0 and 5 cents per kilo in all europeans countries. Some countries like Belgium have had their cotation of decline in trading week this summer to reach this level. In fact, the resale of finished products is complicated since last summer and around the stocks were built up. 
 











 Update : 23/11/2015

Week 47/48 - 2015 

Industrials are not really buyers of cage and barn. It seems that they even slow down their purchases of Free Range.

For graded eggs, following the events in Paris, the trade remains disrupted. We can think that the situation should unfortunately be the same in Belgium.

Therefore, there many graded eggs throughout Europe. Hoping that the start of the month and Christmas and new Year holidays.









Update : 17/11/2015

Week 46/47 - 2015  

In general, throughout Europe, there is a lot of eggs industry code 3 and 2 for sale but very few sales because although the prices are correct, the industrial stocks are still very busy. Indeed, the sale of egg products remains difficult, especially for albumin, but also the whole.

Regarding consumption, the market is correct and balanced. However, very few graded eggs exit from the EU for the large export because we are in competition with eggs from Brazil or India or just local production in third countries.

It is also important to note that slaughterhouses that export old hens on Africa in particular, this summer have difficulty in selling stocks due to border closures, resulting in highly loaded fridges. This may have an impact on the egg market. 

 











Update : 10/11/2015

Week 45/46 - 2015 

Prices slowly continue their increase in France for consumption or for industry. The market seems to be in equilibrium, without mention firmness for this time of year. Processors are buying in small quantities code 3 and 2 but still remains very takers code 1. The same applies to packaging centers that find the goods code 3 and 2 but more difficult to source eggs outdoors.

Our neighbors, we hear that the Spanish market with a particularly abundant production now so they export at low prices, including UK. In eastern countries, consumption is good now and prices are rising. Germany / Netherlands, as France, are buying eggs for processing but sparingly, except the free range. 











Update : 03/11/2015

Week 44/45 - 2015 

Since last Thursday, we find that the French quotation is rising since early September while she was stagnant / declining. This trend seems logical at this time of the year. However, at European level, the situation is different and the offer is still greater than demand. Very few manufacturers are purchasing and sales consumption eggs are at lower prices of about € 1 to those in France. Thus, it is desirable that the current trend enjoyed by France is spreading to other European countries ...

 










Update : 28/10/2015

Week 43/44 - 2015

Still very quiet for code 3. Many L size available, M is more requested than the previous weeks. In industry, still no sign of recovery.

The Free range and Organic market is still dynamic! 

 







Update : 19/10/2015

Week 42/43 - 2015  

French production seems to rise against a consumption sufficient enough to absorb it. Industry side, inventories are slow to drain. Thus, the current market situation is not very encouraging.

In other European countries, the same trend is observed and the prices are lower than French prices. The Spanish, who had the same price level last month in France, have quickly reached much lower price.

The period of egg purchases by the US seems remote ... Although some Baltic countries like Lithuania and Latvia continue to do some containers.

There is also a slight decrease in demand on the free range eggs with the end of many current promotions practiced in September.

 











Update : 14/10/2015

Week 41/42 - 2015  

The situation remains the same, low demand for consumption and processors are still not buyer of standard eggs. However, in recent days, it seems that the countries of Eastern Europe have fewer eggs.

Free Range and Organic are still hard to find.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 










Update: 07/10/2015

Week 40/41 - 2015 

No real change since last week, trading is very quiet overall. Export is difficult because the French prices do not pass or it must make concessions because buyers already have offers. The breakers are buying in small quantities egg cage and are much more interested in free range or organic eggs. 










 

Update: 29/09/2015

Week 40 - 2015 

The market continues to be full of eggs and markets, even export, are low. Every European country is self-sufficient or surplus resulting in sharply lower prices. The size M is widely available in France, L a little less.

Still no return to industrial purchases except for some buyers who have specific needs.

Status quo for the dynamism of alternative egg. 









Update: 22/09/2015

Week 39- 2015 

It is noted this week that the trend persisted into the European market, offers exceeds demand, is now present in France. So many clearances are to be made but the difficulty lies in the fact that the export competition with much lower prices is present at graded eggs. Furthermore, the industrial position is the same for many weeks with stocks always provided code 3.

The current market situation shows no positive signs for the last quarter 2015 and sales of eggs in the US no longer seem relevant.

On the contrary, the code 0 and 1 market is still strong. 












Update: 14/09/2015

Week 37/38 - 2015

Although prices have increased throughout the week, we believe the relatively quiet business with benefits that requests for proposals regarding the production code 3. There is some sales to packaging centers and export for consumption but trade almost nonexistent for the industry.

In contrast, the market for alternative egg, ie the code 0 and code 1 is particularly active whether for packaging or industry.

At European level, we note eggs are easily offered and prices are lower than the prices currently available in France. 












Update: 07/09/2015

Week 36 - 2015

Business was pretty quiet for a week back to school. In terms of production, it appears that M-class is always offered and size L is a bit more rare. Industry level, very few transaction is currently performing because manufacturers have for most stocks, and what at European level.

 












 

Update: 31/08/2015

Week 35/36 - 2015

The demand is very good for free range, whether in egg consumption or for industry. Organic is also wanted.

For code 3, sales to the UK are good but the market remains relatively calm in the rest of Europe. Breakers have still not returned to purchases, either in France or abroad. 













Update : 25/08

Week 34/35 - 2015 

In table eggs, there is a return of orders, including export regarding us, but it is primarily the L size is less available and sought advantage.

Egg industry, always very quiet market because manufacturers have well-filled stocks currently.

In Europe, price level, it appears that prices in Spain are significantly higher than prices elsewhere, certainly due to the large number of containers which starts every week for the US.













Update : 11/08

Week 32/33 - 2015 

There is a relatively stable market for egg now, not back in demand at the moment but it should not be long in coming days. Thus, production flows normally with a little more class availability eggs M size.

The industry is recovering slowly procurement across Europe.

It seems that after Latvia, Poland can now export containers in the USA. 














Update : 11/08

Week 32/33 - 2015  

Quiet weeks in France and Europe. The breakers are not purchasing, offer much higher than demand. Only free range is asked.

Concerning eggs for consumption, the market is still full of S and M. 











 

Updated : 22/07/2015

Week 29/30 - 2015 

Trade on the egg market remains very quiet in all countries in Europe as usually at this time. We find that the offer is superior to current needs either in graded eggs or eggs for industry.

We believe that production will be abundant class M eggs from the month of August following the many offers small eggs present throughout the month of July.

France is currently the country where the price of eggs seems is highest.

Regarding exports to the USA, many containers left from Spain and Portugal in the past weeks. Now other European countries such as Latvia also have the license and export to US egg containers.









Updated : 13/07/2015

Week 28/29 - 2015  

Trade is relatively quiet in France since last week, with stronger demand in vacation areas. Thus, the offer seems slightly higher than demand overall. In this context, the prices of eggs that meet Code 2 Code 3 eggs, the free range meanwhile is particularly requested.

Processors have sharply reduced their purchases in France and further advantage abroad. Thus, prices are trading at lower rates.

The European market is still heavier in small eggs.










Updated : 29/06/2015

Week 26/27 - 2015  

We have the answer to our question last week: the peak was reached. Indeed, the drop in demand is very clear and offers cage eggs are present throughout Europe, especially in Eastern countries. In France, we note a heavy market of small eggs.

The Spanish market still seemed to be quite firm last week, probably after the twenty containers exported to the USA.









 Updated : 23/06/2015

Week 25/26 - 2015  

We noticed more offers in the European market early last week, especially the availability of eggs to be carried on the next day of purchase. But the rest of the week, we have always found the firmness in the market of the industry, particularly in France and in Spain.

At the beginning of week 26, we do not necessarily see more merchandise available but much less demand from the industry and now to lower prices. Have we reached the top as well?  








 Updated : 12/06/2015

Week 24 - 2015  

The week was marked by still as firmly on the egg market and prices rising day by day. Very few offers we see in the French market and producers now seem to delay the slaughter planned this summer.

We believe that it is primarily in demand from industrial which pull up the prices of eggs for consumption because demand is stable at this level. The Egg Code 3 is particularly sought after by manufacturers of egg products throughout Europe.

To date, it seems that only the Netherlands has a license to export eggs in the US, not France, which therefore can not export of shell eggs in the US, or egg products. As for controls in third countries, making sending containers on Third Countries for a year, we still do not see an increase in the current demand for these countries.

For a week, the US authorities would have been no additional cases of avian influenza and prices in supermarkets have started to decline.









Updated : 01/06/2015

Week 22/23 - 2015 

Since last week, we see a surge in prices either industry or consumer prices. This increase is variable depending on the country. There is one year, prices were similar to current prices.

The reason seems always the concern related to avian influenza in the USA. we believe that the impact can be achieved in third countries such as Africa, which provided in part by America. Note that to date we have not seen the increase in orders from that country. Powder Manufacturers can also view their orders up to serve regular customers from the USA. 







Updated : 19/05/2015

Week 20/21 - 2015

Since last week, it seems to be questions about the stability of the egg market in France. It is the same for the rest of the country. Thus, industry level, the listing price would be the lowest level to 0,70 € / kg.

This stability can be explained by a flow of trade in eggs for consumption. One can also think that the bird flu now in the US with 33 million slaughtered poultry can affect the European market now. 






Updated : 12/05/2015

Week 19/20 - 2015

We note that no major change, the offer still dominates much demand and buyers are in small numbers because they have complete stock. Only the free range, and barn eggs but to a lesser extent, may tempt to make purchases.

Facing this same situation across Europe, some countries now expect their sales until the end of May to see early June.

The question is whether the situation with bird flu in the US have a "favorable" impact on the European market. (see our articles in the "News" tab) 







Updated : 27/04/2015

Week 17/18 - 2015

Still a lot of offers of graded eggs throughout Europe. England also slowed purchases due to increased of production. The processing market stays quiet.

Weeks 18 and 19, each country has different holidays, which should not facilitate trading... 








Updated : 20/04/2015

Week 16/17-2015

We note that the French quote continued to increase during the last week for table eggs and for the industry. We find indeed a very measured supply of production due to an increase of reforms in recent weeks it seems.

However, France appears to be the exception as elsewhere, the trade is very morose and producing too abundant. The exchanges are to falling prices.

In the beginning of the week, it seems a slight return of deals in France is timely. 


Updated : 14/04/2015

Week 15/16-2015

Last week was more than adequate for an "after Easter" with a good demand for French packing stations which were supplied again.

Industry side, there is a stable demand in France and a decline elsewhere. Same situation for for the overseas demand for table eggs, very few exchanges and the market is heavy, particularly in eastern countries that are new sellers. A decline in production had seen in those countries since last autumn but the poultry houses seem full now.

Thus, outside of France, the transactions are to sharply lower prices.  


07/04/2015

Week 14 

 

Last week was more than adequate for an "after Easter" with a good demand for French fitness centers which were supplied again.

Industry side, there is a stable demand in France and a decline elsewhere. Ditto for the overseas demand for table eggs, very few exchanges and the market is heavy, particularly in eastern countries that are new sellers. A decline in production had seen in those countries since last fall but the buildings appear to have been met.

Thus, outside of France, the transactions are to sharply lower prices.


07/04/2015

Week 14

The Easter weekend has allowed some operators to empty because sales were correct. a rather positive sign because a week before Easter, the market was very crowded cage eggs.

It seems that many small eggs are still available across Europe and sell at lower prices.

Side industry, demand is very hesitant and also aims prices down.

Everything will now depend on consumption, we should see more clearly in a few days.


25/03/2015

Week 12

Many M and L on the market. GB is still buying but less than the past few weeks. Concerning industry, market is bad in France, and abroad. The few deals made are at prices decreasing days after days.

Code 0, not available since months, begins to reappear... 


17/03/2015

Week 11 

Although we expected a renewed activity, the situation is completely different. The production gets heavier by the day and it shows in almost all European countries except the United Kingdom continues to be purchases at the moment.

We believe that so far, the correct trade egg code 3 was supported by a good level of consumption, because very few transaction to the industry that is most fond of alternative production. Today, consumption seems surprisingly packed and the market collapses.

We even see that alternative production, including code 2 is again quite present and also, to a lesser extent, free range.


09/03/2015

Week 10 

No big change compared to the previous week. price stabilization is always a little note with more disposable goods. The demand is not very active, it certainly will benefit when the 3 zones are resumed, especially now before Easter. We therefore expect a more active trade in the coming days.

Status quo for alternative eggs always a great success.


27/02/2015

Week 09

We note this week more merchandise available for the egg code 3 and therefore stabilize prices justified.

The situation is similar for the code 2, was missing until now, production is more present in the market across Europe. Code 1 is always popular and rising prices in neighboring merely confirm.

Demand industry is calm throughout Europe. 


20/02/2015

Week 08 

The tendency of the French market is correct. There is a good demand overall, especially for the size M. This leads us to think that consumption takes place. The French market for the industry is to purchases but in alternative eggs, it is the same for the breakers outside France, Code 3 eggs has very little success.

So, in other countries, depending on consumer needs eggs, producing little quickly be clogged. 


WEEK 6 

 

WESER EMS: Enriched 
White Eggs
XL 12,05 0,00
L 6,95 -0,05
M 6,70 0,00
S 5,25 0,00

Brown Eggs 
XL 12,05 -0,05
L 6,78 -0,02
M 6,20 0,00
S 4,94 +0,04

WESER-EMS- Barn
white eggs
XL 14,48 +0,03
L 7,75 +0,10
M 7,73 +0,08
S 5,48 +0,13

brown eggs 
XL 14,65 -0,03
L 7,70 +0,05
M 7,50 +0,07
S 5,25 +0,15

 


16/12/2014 

Week 50

Except last minute orders, graded egg market is quiet. Our  European neighbours have more offers !

For industry, the market is much quieter, prices decrease day after day ...  they are now buy below one Euro.


03/12/2014

Week 48 

The market is still very good for graded eggs, mainly for M size. For free range, demand is also firm ; Organic is still required, but offer is very weak.

Concerning industry, even if demand seems less dynamic, because of the lack of offers, deals are made at prices above the Euro. 


 24/11/2014 

Week 47

Firmness began in late October and continues logically increasing. Various reasons:

- Usually at this time the market is always better before the end of the year

- Slightly higher consumption in Europe and many promotions in stores

- Production appears stable in France

- Drop-off production of the countries of the East countries this summer

- Purchases of third countries (... to a lesser extent because of the eggs from Morocco in particular are cheaper for these countries).

The eggs from cages again seem to have the odds advantage that the eggs code 2, where similar prices. Furthermore, the egg code 1, which was no great success in the past weeks, seems again requested. As for the egg organic still conspicuously absent for several months, the demand far exceeds supply. 


05/11/2014 

Week 44

Like other operators, we found less dynamism of the demand for several days. However, when a need arises, it is not always satisfied because the production is far from abundant.

S size is not offered across Europe. A context that causes an increase of prices, whether for consumption or for industry.

The market of alternative eggs seems better, mainly for code 2. 


28/10/2014 

Week 40

Last week was characterized by firmness in the market for eggs. This French production is generally absorbed as a whole and the few remaining available output is sold to the industry. Rates rose to as trade, it is the same in other countries. Eggs cages are affected primarily by the active trade as alternative to eggs, there is much less enthusiasm and offers many eggs present in free range and barn eggs, especially among our Belgian, Dutch neighbours.

The current market dynamics is logic in this period and is expected to continue in November.


07/10/2014 

Week 40

Concerning graded eggs, offer is more than sufficient to cover the needs, in France and abroad, especially for M and L size.

Same for on the processing market. Industrials are now buyers at prices much less below than last week. 

Demand for free range and organic is better.


30/09/2014 

Week 38

The French market was heavier in graded eggs because sales are low. Offers of ungraded eggs are also present. Faced with little needs for French buyers (packing centers or industries), we have successfully exported trying to maintain the current price level. Note that the problem of unmarked eggs for export is still there:

1: all buyers do not accept these veterinary agreements

2 administrations are becoming more demanding and restrictive issuing this document for exemption

The solution is marking the eggs directly to livestock by investing in a printer, as is already done our Spanish neighbours, Polish, Dutch, Belgian ...

Alternative eggs, including free range eggs that were particularly in demand earlier this month are now widely available ... and least desirable.


23/09/2014 

Week 38

Concerning graded eggs, M and L sizes are more offered ; demand is slowing down, particularly in the countries of Eastern Europe, very active for the last 15 days.

On the industry side, for the majority of Europe, demand is still firm and it is difficult to get offers.


15/09/2014

Week 37

Market was still firm all over the week either for consumption eggs or industry. At our level, we see a strong demand from Eastern European countries, namely Hungary, Czech Republic, Romania and Croatia. Prices have climbed to logically as exchanges.

But, we are led to believe that this improvement in trade resulted from the end of holidays. Indeed, in tourist areas, supply is again present and what makes the market into balance. Everything will now depend on the consumption of days to come, the industry demand and also countries of the East.


08/09/2014

Week 36


 

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