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Grain Market Outlook 2020

Click here to register for the live webinar on Tuesday 13th October at 10:30am.

2020 has been a year of challenges for the arable sector, from a sharply lower planted area to the impacts of a global pandemic. As we move forward into 2021, a longer-term view on the volatility of domestic and global grain markets is needed now more than ever.  This year the Grain Market Outlook Conference comes to you online, ensuring you don't miss out on critical market information.

On Tuesday 13 October our expert market analysts will host a live webinar presenting the annual market outlook. The session will cover what to look out for in global and domestic grain and oilseed markets during 2020/21. In the lead up to this, our analysts will provide sector updates from 1 October on all of the main crops, these updates will start to appear here from Thursday onwards.

Latest News

28 September 2020

Last week, Paris wheat prices (Dec-20) remained strong, closing at €192.25/t on Friday, a slight discount on the previous Friday at €194.50/t.

25 September 2020

Harvesting in England is drawing to a close and in Scotland there is about 10% of the wheat and spring barley area left to harvest.

24 September 2020

The final balance sheets for the 2019/20 season were published today, which include a ‘residual’ for wheat, barley, maize and oats. While a certain amount of imbalance is to be expected, the 2019/20 final balance sheets shows a substantial residual for all cereals, driven largely by wheat.

23 September 2020

The maize harvest in Ukraine is underway, though question marks for achievable production figures have developed in recent weeks. Below average soil moisture levels have been a common occurrence this season not just for Ukraine but for the Black Sea region as a whole.

22 September 2020

The London Nov-20 wheat futures contract has rallied in recent weeks to levels not seen since October 2018.

21 September 2020

Global wheat prices have remained strong over the last week, with both Chicago and Paris wheat futures making strong gains towards the end of the trading week


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