Russian wheat prices up substantially
Prices for Russian wheat rose steadily last week. Export quotes for wheat with protein 12.5% strengthened by 2.5% to $245/t FOB
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Russian wheat tumbled on higher supply from farmers amid approaching new crop and record-high on-farm stocks.
Why Russian wheat is not competitive today
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Russia’s wheat prices higher, the market talks about low stocks
12.5% wheat prices in Russian deep-sea ports rose by $4 to $274/mt. The Black Sea follows the rest of the world where prices continue to rise reflecting the tightness of 2020/21 global grain S&D.
Global grain market higher supported by weather
The rally in grains continues. After a very strong week, corn and wheat are sharply higher on Monday again, gaining 3-4%. The market is supported by weather issues all over the globe.
Black Sea wheat higher; Russia-Ukraine tensions remain on the agenda
12.5% Russian wheat prices in deep-sea ports rose $3 to $247/mt FOB last week. This is the first increase in prices after the sell-off which started in early March.
Black Sea wheat moved lower again but global benchmarks are on the rise
12.5% wheat prices in Russian deep-sea ports dropped $4 to $244/mt. The market was under pressure of weak demand which can increase short-term thanks to higher global benchmarks.
Black Sea wheat sharply lower on new crop prospects, Russian farmers hope that the tax will be lifted in 2021
Last week, 12.5% wheat prices in deep-sea ports dropped $21 to $253/mt. Traders continued to report extremely low demand, global benchmarks moved lower.
Black Sea wheat prices lower on weak demand and good weather
Russian wheat prices in deep-sea ports dropped $9 to $274/mt (12.5%, FOB) on lack of demand and weaker global benchmarks
Black Sea wheat prices lower on improving weather
Weather improves in the Northern Hemisphere pushing Black Sea wheat prices lower