According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, AUSTRALIA exported 2,684,884 tonnes of #wheat in February. This is up 12% from 2,401,367t shipped in January. February exports, had Indonesia as the major destinations with 419,730t, followed by Vietnam on 327,566t, The … Read More
Grains prices were mixed but mostly higher, yesterday on Chicago. In spite some disappointing export data reported by USDA, indeed, market-friendly supply and demand fundamentals are still in good place. China in particular weighed down the US statistics by canceling … Read More
ASX wheat May contract up $2.50/t to $288.50/t; Chicago wheat May contract up US5.75c/bu to 653.75c; Kansas wheat May contract up 4.25c/bu to 607.75c; Minneapolis wheat May contract up 2.25c/bu to 663.25c; MATIF wheat May contract down €1.25/t to €219.50/t … Read More
Il mais a Chicago sfora i 6$ per staio prima di ripiegare parzialmente Grano e soia continuano imperterriti a ritagliare delle posizioni Stamattina a Chicago i prezzi del mais, poco prima della pubblicazione del rapporto settimanale sulle vendite all’esportazione rilasciato … Read More
According to the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, herewith, the Outstanding Durum Wheat Export Sales Report, for the period April 02-08, 2021.
According to the US Department of Agriculture, for the period April 02-08, 2021 about soybean net sales of 90,400MT for 20/21 were down noticeably from the previous week and down 14% from the prior 4-week average. Increases primarily for Indonesia (75,900MT, … Read More
According to the US Department of Agriculture, for the period April 02-08, 2021 about corn sales of 327,700 MT for 20/21 were down 57% from the previous week and 81% from the prior 4-week average. Increases primarily for Japan (178,000MT, including … Read More
According to the US Department of Agriculture, for the period April 02-08, 2021 about wheat, netsales reductions of 56,600 metric tons (MT) for 20/21–a MY low–were down noticeably from the previous week and from the prior 4-week average. Increases for … Read More
Corn prices rise above the $6 per bushel level for the first time in 8 years on strong Chinese demand and smaller than expected planting intentions in the U.S..