Coming Up

Tweet TWEET

Philippines’ November Rice and Corn Stocks Inventory

Following is a table of the Philippines’ November rice and corn stocks inventory as published by the Bureau of Agricultural Statistics on its website.

===============================================================================
                              Nov.     Oct.    Sept.     Aug.     July     June
                              2011     2011     2011     2011     2011     2011
===============================================================================
                          ----------------------- YoY% ------------------------
Rice Stocks                 -15.3%   -13.0%   -23.2%   -10.2%    -5.0%    -7.8%
 Household                    3.1%     7.8%   -29.9%     3.2%    22.4%     2.2%
 Commercial                   2.9%    33.3%     0.0%    57.9%    43.8%    76.2%
 National Food Authority    -35.2%   -33.2%   -26.8%   -27.1%   -25.6%   -29.4%

Corn Stocks                 -20.9%   -25.1%   -21.0%   -45.9%    74.9%   114.9%
 Household                  -43.4%   -38.5%   -25.5%   -75.3%    -9.9%    28.2%
 Commercial                   7.7%     6.6%    -7.9%    22.9%   168.1%   219.3%
 National Food Authority    -98.2%   -98.4%   -99.4%   -99.7%   -99.7%   -99.9%

===============================================================================
                              Nov.     Oct.    Sept.     Aug.     July     June
                              2011     2011     2011     2011     2011     2011
===============================================================================
                          ----------------------- MoM% ------------------------
Rice Stocks                  17.2%    13.2%   -11.0%    -9.9%    -2.3%    -9.1%
 Household                   59.0%    53.7%   -15.6%   -22.0%    -9.9%   -26.6%
 Commercial                  10.9%    33.3%   -20.0%   -13.0%    -6.8%     5.7%
 National Food Authority     -7.1%    -8.6%    -6.1%    -2.0%     4.9%    -1.4%

Corn Stocks                 -24.3%    -5.2%    78.1%   -29.1%    -5.6%    13.7%
 Household                  -48.7%   -17.4%   273.2%     4.4%    -4.8%   -35.5%
 Commercial                   5.8%    15.8%    -6.3%   -37.7%    -5.8%    41.6%
 National Food Authority      0.0%   166.7%     0.0%     0.0%     0.0%   -90.0%

                          ----------------- ‘000 Metric Tons ------------------
Rice Stocks                3,210.0  2,740.0  2,420.0  2,720.0  3,020.0  3,090.0
 Household                 1,320.0    830.0    540.0    640.0    820.0    910.0
 Commercial                  710.0    640.0    480.0    600.0    690.0    740.0
 National Food Authority   1,180.0  1,270.0  1,390.0  1,480.0  1,510.0  1,440.0

===============================================================================
                              Nov.     Oct.    Sept.     Aug.     July     June
                              2011     2011     2011     2011     2011     2011
===============================================================================
                          ----------------- ‘000 Metric Tons ------------------
Corn Stocks                  200.9    265.2    279.6    157.0    221.3    234.5
 Household                    75.0    146.2    176.9     47.4     45.4     47.7
 Commercial                  125.8    118.9    102.7    109.6    175.9    186.8
 National Food Authority       0.1      0.1      0.0      0.0      0.0      0.0
===============================================================================
Note 1: Figures are preliminary and subject to revisions. Prior
        months figures are taken from previous press releases
        and may be revised.
Note 2: Corn stocks excludes those held by commercial livestock 
        and poultry producers and corn mixed in feed stocks
Note 3: Figures may not add up to total

Source: Bureau of Agricultural Statistics

To contact the reporter on this story: Michael J. Munoz in Hong Kong at mjmunoz@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Marco Babic at mbabic@bloomberg.net

Bloomberg reserves the right to remove comments but is under no obligation to do so, or to explain individual moderation decisions.

Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.