The ICIS Phosphates Fertilizers Report is published weekly in Europe. This reliable weekly price report contains price assessments for diammonium phosphate (DAP) in the US Gulf and north Africa, triple superphosphate (TSP) in north Africa and phosphate rock in Morocco. There is also a monthly price forecast and analysis publication, The Outlook: Phosphates, and more intelligence on phosphates can be found in the global coverage of the weekly publication The Market.
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Phosphate fertilizers: Market overview
Updated to Q2 2016
All eyes in the phosphates market are expected to be on India in the second quarter. Negotiations for phosphoric acid contract prices for the quarter are already under way and there are expectations of decreases on the back of low international phosphates prices and raw materials prices under pressure for the medium/long term. Also, producers will be keeping a close eye on Indian diammonium phosphate (DAP) demand, given the high stocks in the country and the predictions of a good monsoon season.
West of Suez, Nola DAP barge prices are expected to continue being under pressure as more Moroccan, Russian and Chinese material is expected to arrive at New Orleans. Activity in the coming weeks is expected to pick up for spring application and especially as the weather improves. The Brazilian monoammonium phosphate (MAP) market, which has been dormant for months, has started showing signs of slight recovery, with some buying activity and prices edging marginally upwards with volumes expected to arrive from Morocco and elsewhere in the second quarter.
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