I cereali provano a riprendersi grazie agli “acquisti tecnici”​ dei fondi

I fondi, dopo le recenti vendite di venerdì, rinnovano l’interesse per soia e mais. Sul grano, invece, stiamo assistendo a molteplici dinamiche contrastanti tra di loro. Il peggioramento delle condizioni del raccolto del grano invernale in Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska e … Read More

Chinese economy continues its post-pandemic rebound

According to CHINA’s General Administration of Customs, Chinese economy continues its post-pandemic rebound. Exports grew for the seventh consecutive month in December, rising 18.1 per cent on the same month in 2019, but down slightly from the 21.1pc growth recorded … Read More

STOCKHOLM, January 26, 2021

According to the Board of Agriculture, Sweden will cull around 1.3 million chickens after bird flu was found on a farm in the southwest of the country.

We are pleased to share with you “The Wheat”, the weekly international wheat market report.

The Wheat 26-01

Daily International Grains Market View

Following Friday’s sharp bearish correction, corn, soybeans and wheat all trended significantly higher to start this week. Euronext had started its session in the red, before giving itself a clear bullish start in the second half of the day, in … Read More

Daily Market Wire-Jan. 26, 2021

Chicago wheat March contract up US14 cents per bushel to 648.5c; Kansas wheat March contract up 14c/bu to 627.25c; Minneapolis wheat March contract up 13.5c/bu to 626c; MATIF wheat March contract up €3.25/t to €226.50/t; Corn March contract up 11c/bu to 511.5c; Soybeans March contract up … Read More


I cereali stanno registrando un discreto rimbalzo, dopo il crollo di venerdì scorso, in cui i mercati avevano subito una significativa correzione sia a Chicago che a Parigi Il rapporto settimanale dell’Agenzia Statunitense sulle ispezioni alle esportazioni dei cereali ha … Read More

Dhaka – January 25, 2021

Bangladesh suspends wheat tender.


MOSCOW, Jan 25, 2021 Russian wheat export prices fell last week. Russian wheat with 12.5% protein loading from Black Sea ports for supply before mid-February was at $296 a tonne free on board (FOB) at the end of last week, … Read More

While boxes delay, bulk-exports reach peak levels

Canberra – January 25, 2021 Australia is testing for the first time successfully its export capacity increasing the bulk-exports. In fact, mobile shiploaders are providing additional clout to south-eastern Australia’s export capacity, and are this year expected to jointly load more … Read More