Articles By Masha Belikova

13 hours ago | Masha Belikova
Algeria’s Inter-professional Office of Cereals (OAIC) has purchased at least 780,000 tonnes of optional origin milling wheat in its tender closed on Wednesday July 17, sources said.
Dry bulk freight rates for Panamax-sized vessels rose slightly in the week to Wednesday July 10, with ship supply in the Atlantic beginning to be taken up by more cargoes.
17 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
South Korean flour millers’ association KOFMIA purchased around 40,000 tonnes of US-origin milling wheat in its tender for October 1-15 loading, trade sources told Fastmarkets on Wednesday July 17.
17 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Thai Feed Mill Association (TFMA) has skipped the purchase in its tender for 175,200 tonnes of optional origin feed wheat for second half of September shipment, considering the offered prices too high, sources told Fastmarkets on Wednesday July 17.
12 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Russian government has marginally increased the wheat export tax for the week of July 17-23, but left corn and barley taxes at zero, an official update from the agriculture ministry showed on Friday July 12.
12 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
The new-crop corn buying prices have gone up during the week ending Friday July 12 in Romania, with concerns arising for the upcoming corn output because of the hot and dry weather, trade sources have told Fastmarkets.
12 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
Western Australian wheat output is expected to increase by 20% year on year in the 2024/25 marketing year, according to the latest monthly report from the Grain Industry of Western Australia (GIWA), released on Friday July 12.
The Russian grain crop harvest progressed by another 7.5 percentage points through the week ended Wednesday July 10, including a wheat harvest that is 21.5% completed, and yields again declined, according to data seen by Fastmarkets on Thursday July 11.
11 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova, Regina Koh
South Korean feed importer Major Feedmilll Group (MFG) concluded its feed wheat tender on Thursday July 11, picking up one cargo of around 68,000 tonnes for October arrival, sources told Fastmarkets.
11 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
South Korean feed importer Korea Feed Association (KFA) has passed on a tender for November 11 arrival of 50,000-68,000 tonnes of corn, which closed on Thursday July 11. A rival Korean buyer, however, continued negotiations for feed wheat purchases, sources told Fastmarkets.
Dry bulk freight rates for Panamax-sized vessels eased in the week to Wednesday July 10, with demand insufficient to employ the supply of vessels, although there were some signs of a recovery.
10 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
Spanish warehouses are full of imported grain due to continuing sluggish demand, with buyers holding back in anticipation of being able to purchase better local crops, sources told Fastmarkets on Wednesday July 10.
The first results have been obtained since the wheat harvest started in Russia, and so far yields have been better than expected, which has led local analysts to revise upward their forecasts for wheat production in the 2024/25 marketing year.
Russia set a new wheat export record in the 2023/24 marketing year, which ended on June 30, with the country increasing supplies to several countries in Asia, while the underlying structure of key Russian exporters has changed, Fastmarkets research shows.
8 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
Algeria’s state grain importer has announced a fresh tender for a nominal 50,000 tonnes of optional origin milling wheat delivered into small ports, according to an official invitation document seen over the weekend.
5 Jul 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Russian wheat export tax continued to decline for the week through July 10-16, while corn and barley remain at zero, an official update from the agriculture ministry showed on Friday July 5.
Australian barley exports in May exceeded the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences’ (Abares) forecast, while rapeseed exports increased and wheat exports dropped on decreased volumes to China, according to monthly data from Abares.
Dry bulk freight rates for Panamax-sized vessels were broadly stable in the week to Wednesday July 3 after several weeks of rises, with increased ship supply and slower exports continuing to weigh on rates.
Major Feedmill Group (MFG) of South Korea has continued corn and meal purchases in private deals on Wednesday July 3 for November-December arrivals, trade sources have told Fastmarkets.
The start of the Black Sea region’s new wheat marketing year from Monday July 1 offers an opportunity to look back on the previous marketing year and to focus on Ukraine’s experience and the effect that the self-declared humanitarian corridor has had on the country’s agricultural exports.
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