Grain Market Outlook Conference 2020

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Tuesday, 13 October 2020

10:30am - 11:30am

Grain Market Outlook returns for 2020 in digital format

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.

What's in store during Grain Market Outlook Week (13-16 October)

Join our analysts online on 13 October

Annual market outlook webinar

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.

Grain Market Daily - 14 October

A follow up to the webinar to explain the details in our wheat markets analysis with AHDB Analysts Alex Cook and James Webster

Grain Market Daily - 15 October

A follow up to the webinar to explain the details in our barley markets analysis with AHDB Analyst Helen Plant

Grain Market Daily - 16 October

A follow up to the webinar to explain the details in our oilseed rape markets analysis with AHDB Analyst Vikki Campbell and Anthony Speight

Grain Market Outlook Podcast - 16 October

Guests include:

  • Robert Johansson – Chief Economist, USDA to discuss how the US is using data to improve market awareness and what the big global drivers are
  • Andrey Sizov, SovEcon, discussing the important aspects of the Russian wheat market and impact on global prices
  • Andrew Whitelaw, Thomas Elder Markets, based in Australia and will discuss the outlook for Aussie barley and oilseed rape and how this affects the UK
  • Ben Buckner, Analyst at AgResource, will look at the details of the US maize and soybean markets and what the prospects are for South American crops



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