Contents tagged with Grain Market Outlook 2020

13 July 2021

Following the wheat and barley round ups yesterday and Wednesday, today we turn our attention to oilseeds.

13 July 2021

This marks the second of the three sector round-ups that are to be released this week following our Grain Market Outlook conference held virtually on Tuesday.

13 July 2021

The start of the 2020 wheat harvest campaign around the Black Sea was a disaster. Both Russia and Ukraine were reporting yields around 30% lower than a year ago after a prolonged dryness period in spring which damaged crops in the region substantially.

13 July 2021

This marks the first of the three sector round-ups that are to be released this week following our Grain Market Outlook conference held virtually yesterday. We hope you found the content useful and informative. Here, we examine three key sections including fundamentals that will affect future price direction for domestic wheat markets.

13 July 2021

Come and listen to this year’s Grain Market Outlook conference which is taking place by webinar at 10:30am this morning.

13 July 2021

Ahead of our Grain Market Outlook webinar next week (click here to register), we’re looking at the factors affecting the outlook for grains and oilseeds.

13 July 2021

Today we look at some of the factors affecting UK barley in 2020/21, ahead of our Grain Market Outlook 2020 webinar next week.

13 July 2021

Last week, we reviewed the global wheat markets, today, I take a look at the UK domestic picture.

13 July 2021

Last week, we reviewed the global wheat and maize markets, today, I turn our attention to oilseeds.

13 July 2021

In 2020/21 consumption of wheat and maize is seen rising. However, there are a number of key watch points, particularly in relation to coronavirus.

13 July 2021

This article marks the beginning of the GMO series and will take a look at the supply side for wheat and maize markets.

13 July 2021

Both old and new-crop UK wheat futures have risen since the rain began in September 2019.

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