Contents tagged with Ukraine

7 June 2022

UN talks with Russia to resume Ukrainian grain shipments, by lifting blockades on ports, continue to pressure global grain prices. The market sees some glimmer of hope that more Ukrainian grain may be accessible onto the global market.

18 May 2022

In my article last week, I discussed how rapeseed for the next marketing year (2022/23), withstanding any extreme weather events, will likely be in better global supplies.

27 April 2022

Yesterday we held our AHDB Spring Grain Market Outlook webinar. If you missed this, don’t worry! Some key messages are summarised below. You can also watch the recording too, using the video link.

22 April 2022

With the war in Ukraine still raging, the freight trading agreements that Ukraine uses to export its commodities to the world has changed. What does this signify?

22 April 2022

Yesterday, UK feed wheat futures followed Paris wheat futures down after the bank holiday. This was due to profit-taking, considering prices are at historic highs.

19 April 2022

With tight global supply and continued conflict in Ukraine, US crop conditions and weather outlook continues to set the tone.

13 April 2022

Potential milk production outcomes for 2022/23

11 April 2022

Global supply and demand remains finely balanced this season, with price volatility continuing.

7 April 2022

The month of March has brought change and volatility to the vegetable oil and oilseed complex.

1 April 2022

Yesterday, the USDA released two awaited pieces of data. These were the quarterly stocks report and the prospective plantings data for 2022/23.

31 March 2022

Volatility continues in global grain prices, following peace talks between Russia and Ukraine. Key US data on prospective planting is due out today at 5pm (BST), as well as March stocks for US grains and oilseeds. This data is key for understanding market direction.

25 March 2022

Season to date (Jul-Jan), the UK has exported 261Kt of wheat (including durum). This is up 61% from the same period in 2020/21. Anecdotally there have been reports that UK wheat is competitive.