More Grain Market Daily
25 November 2020
Whilst rapeseed markets are enjoying the bullish sentiment in soya markets. Longer term, rapeseed markets have support from anticipated planted area declines.
24 November 2020
Heavy rain in October delayed planting across Europe, but dry weather in November has allowed many areas to catch up, according to the EU’s crop monitoring service.
20 November 2020
Over the course of this season the UK market wheat market has been understandably firm. Low production, coupled with global support from the maize market, has resulted in UK feed wheat prices (May-21) continuing to set contract highs. The support for physical premiums at the moment is seen for both feed wheat over futures and for milling wheat over feed wheat.
18 November 2020
As the Northern Hemisphere combinable harvests wrap up, weather will become the key focus point for 2021 harvest; particularly conditions in major producing regions such as the Black Sea region.
17 November 2020
Sunflower prices are rising and this could help to push UK rapeseed prices even higher.
13 November 2020
As one of the first outlined by the Department for International Trade (DIT), the UK-Ukraine continuity agreement facilitates trade after the 31 December 2020.
12 November 2020
Russia’s agriculture ministry will limit the amount of grain that can be exported from 15 February until 30 June 2021 to 15.0Mt, according to draft legislation.
11 November 2020
The latest USDA world supply and demand estimates (WASDE), released yesterday evening, provide further useful insight into where markets could be going.
10 November 2020
At 3.20pm today sterling was up considerably, almost entirely across the board (down against Indonesian rupiah and Hungarian forint), the gains extended to +0.85% against the US dollar, +0.74% against the Japanese yen and the euro.
10 November 2020
Both a reduced domestic supply and demand picture have impacted wheat usage this season, with greater reliance on imported supply.
6 November 2020
Global oilseed markets have seen a turnaround since Alex’s article last Wednesday, with multi-month and even multi-year highs being achieved on some futures contracts.
5 November 2020
The imposing of stricter lockdown measures that come into effect today will see the English hospitality sector limit the sale of alcohol to a takeaway only basis, with ‘eat-in’ meal occasions restricted until 2 December.