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Cereals and oilseeds market analysis

Keeping up to date with all of the latest market information is crucial to developing a marketing strategy for grains and oilseeds. Here we have all of our latest analysis and insight to help guide you through market movements and provide a clear, impartial view on what it all means.

Grain Market Daily

2 April 2020

In times of uncertainty, markets can act in a very volatile and erratic manner to news stories. This is especially true when we consider the impact of political intervention in grain markets. Over the past fortnight, we have heard a number of stories, particularly from the Black Sea, surrounding export restrictions for wheat in Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan.

1 April 2020

The prospects for an increased planted area has further added to the bearish tone in US maize markets.

31 March 2020

Paris rapeseed futures rose yesterday as the coronavirus temporarily curbs Malaysian palm oil production, despite Brent crude oil futures falling to an 18 year low.

27 March 2020

The value of sterling has continued to rally since my last GMD (Wednesday). At yesterday’s close £1=$1.220 and £1=€1.106. Sterling has continued to gain strength today. Dollar weakness is likely a key driver of the recent strength, with US data released yesterday showing a record number of citizens claiming for unemployment support.

Weekly Market Report

30 March 2020

Global prices continue to be supported by increased levels of demand, though moves in currency markets limited some gains. Wheat markets see sentiment driven support from a proposed Russian grain export limit and an anticipated small US spring wheat area.

23 March 2020

This week's Market Report focuses on the impact of coronavirus and the subsequent currency volatility on grain and oilseed markets.

16 March 2020

The global fundamental picture is well supplied, although dryness in the Black Sea region will be monitored closely. The domestic market continues to move at, or close to, import parity.

9 March 2020

Global wheat markets continued to fall last week as the potential impact of a global coronavirus pandemic has further weighed on consumption outlooks.

Analyst Insight

2 April 2020

In times of uncertainty, markets can act in a very volatile and erratic manner to news stories. This is especially true when we consider the impact of political intervention in grain markets. Over the past fortnight, we have heard a number of stories, particularly from the Black Sea, surrounding export restrictions for wheat in Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan.

1 April 2020

With such a great importance placed on imports of soyameal for the UK livestock supply chain, there is a need for greater focus on the global logistics and trade flows.

26 March 2020

The value of the pound has continued to find a degree of support and recover slightly against the dollar, moving to £1 = $1.1885 yesterday and breaking above £1 = $1.1928 this morning.

19 March 2020

As vegetable oils compete for their market share, they have been pressured in line with crude oil going into the New Year. This has had a knock-on effect on domestic rapeseed prices, as last weeks delivered rapeseed price (Erith, May-20) reduced by £17.00, to be quoted at £318.50/t.