Contents tagged with Grain Market Daily

29 June 2022

Domestic gains yesterday followed global markets upwards on fresh demand, China easing COVID-19 restrictions, and fresh worries on US maize and soyabeans crops.

28 June 2022

Yesterday’s market report showed global grain and oilseed prices saw pressure over the last week.

24 June 2022

This month’s IGC (International Grains Council) grain market report was released yesterday.

23 June 2022

Global grain prices backed off again yesterday, with tightness concerns easing a touch from certain key exporters. So, what is behind this?

22 June 2022

Huge volatility continues in global grain markets and continues to filter down into domestic prices. UK wheat futures (Nov-22) have fallen in three consecutive sessions, closing at £294.35/t yesterday and down £16.95/t since last Thursday.

21 June 2022

Estimated wheat and barley yields for harvest 2022 have been cut for the third month in a row by the European Commission in its latest crop monitoring report.

17 June 2022

Rapeseed area in Britain has declined significantly over the last few years.

16 June 2022

With the strong potential of increased domestic availability for the 2022/23 marketing year, could UK feed wheat futures be at a greater discount to Paris milling wheat futures? Or are there other factors that could change this?

15 June 2022

Despite the cereal supply and demand situation remaining tight, gains have been somewhat capped on the back of rising global inflation rates.

14 June 2022

In line with the May supply and demand estimates, a change in trade dynamics and market volatility since the outbreak of war between Russia and Ukraine, appears to have impacted on UK grain import and export trade. In this article I will explore the key areas.

10 June 2022

With grains and oilseeds markets continuingly volatile amidst supply concerns, the latest USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report, released tonight, will be awaited.

9 June 2022

Throughout this marketing year, delivered premiums in the North on average have been at their highest in comparison to the previous few years.

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