Daily Market Wire – August 17, 2021

ASX wheat September contract up A$4/t to A$350/t; Chicago wheat December contract up US0.75c/bu to 775c/bu; Kansas wheat December contract down 5.75c/bu to 749.25c; Minneapolis wheat December contract down 2.5c/bu to 927c; MATIF wheat December contract down €2.75/t to €251.50/t; … Read More

MOSCOW – Aug 16, 2021

Russian wheat prices rose sharply last week. According to IKAR, indeed, #Russian wheat with 12.5% protein loading from Black Sea ports for supply in August was at $287 a tonne free on board (FOB), up $20 from the previous week. … Read More


Good morning Farmers Family. Today our Monday report, the “LAST WEEK MARKET COMMENT”, will not be released, due to the mid-August holiday celebrated yesterday. Stay tuned and don’t miss the latest news, thanks to our “Daily International Grain Market View” … Read More


All US grain prices were down this week as harvest accelerated in some states and welcome rain fell in the Northern Plains states. Corn futures were back down 10.56% in September this week. Wheat futures followed suit with the rest … Read More

Algiers – July 09, 2021

Algeria’s state grains agency OAIC, in today’s international tender, has purchased only 30,000 tonnes of millingwheat at $288 a tonne c&f. The origins are optional, while the shipment is to two ports only: Mostaganem and/or Tenes. The wheat was sought … Read More

Daily International Grain Market View

US grain prices fought through a choppy session yesterday with mixed results. Corn prices faded into the red on a round of technical selling due to the better weather forecasts. Chicago SRW and MGEX spring wheat contracts also finished the … Read More

Daily Market Wire – July 09, 2021

ASX wheat July contract unchanged at $291/t; Chicago wheat September contract down US4.25c/bu to 618c; Kansas wheat September contract up 3.5c/bu to 588c; Minneapolis wheat September contract down 3c/bu to 805c; MATIF wheat September contract down €0.25/t to €199.75/t; MATIF … Read More

ROME – July 8, 2021

According to the United Nations food agency FAO, world food prices fell in June for the first time in 12 months, pushed lower by declines in vegetableoils, cereals and dairy products. In deed, the Food and Agriculture Organization’s food price … Read More

WINNIPEG – Manitoba – Canada, July 8, 2021

Canadian grain handler Richardson International Limited said on this morning that it has agreed to buy Italgrani USA, North America’s largest durum miller, as it increases its food -processing operations. Italgrani’s assets include a mill in St. Louis, Missouri specializing … Read More

Daily International Grain Market View

US grain markets were mixed on Chicago yesterday. Corn prices traded 1%-1.5% lower. Soybean prices notched a 2% gain. Soybean oil prices tracked gains in the soybean complex, moving 0.7%. Minneapolis wheat prices rose $0.10-$0.14/bushel. Kansas prices added $0.02-$0.03/bushel. Chicago … Read More