Russian domestic wheat market is weakening as farmers are starting to sell
Ruble wheat prices are down on bigger supply and low demand from exporters and processors.
Russian 20/21 wheat export forecast upped on fast pace of shipments and bigger supply
Russian wheat export forecast upped on record shipments and expected bigger supply
SovEcon cut 2020/21 Russia’s wheat export estimate by 10%
SovEcon, a leading Black Sea agricultural markets consultancy, cut 2020/21 Russia’s wheat export estimate from 40.8 MMT to 36.3 MMT …
Slower Russian wheat exports to benefit the US
MOSCOW, Russia — In 2017/18, Russia exported a record-high 1.5 billion bushels (41 MMT) of wheat and became the largest …
Russia’s wheat exports declined 14% in 18/19, further decrease is expected in 2019/20
In the 2018/19 (July-June) season Russia exported 35.3 MMT of wheat which is 14% lower than a year ago. In …
Russian wheat traders face a tough start to the season
Russia’s traders face a tough start of the new export season. Farmers remain slow sellers, the ruble is strong and new crop outlook is deteriorating. July wheat exports are projected at 3.1 MMT, -18% YoY.
Russian wheat exports in April 2019 and outlook for 2019/20
2018/19 Russian wheat export campaign is almost over, exports are estimated at 34.9 mln t 2019/20 Exports are estimated at …
Russian FOB wheat prices were declining in April
Russian FOB wheat prices were declining in April. As of the end of the month, 12.5% wheat with the nearest delivery is traded around $218-219/mt. This is 3.5% lower than at the beginning of the month.
Russian wheat exports slow down
Russian wheat exports continue to slow down. In March 2019 the country exported 1.9 mmt of wheat (-16% MoM; -52% YoY).
Russian wheat FOB prices stabilize after a sharp sell-off
At the beginning of April, Russian wheat prices stabilize after a sharp sell-off in March. As of April 8, prices for 12.5% protein wheat (FOB deep sea ports) stood at $226/t.