Articles By Yuriy Sirosh

18 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
The International Grains Council (IGC) has increased its world grain production forecast for the 2024/25 marketing year by 8 million tonnes to 2.321 billion tonnes in its latest monthly report, which became a new all-time high, due to better wheat yield prospects and higher US corn harvest estimates.
16 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
The Thai Feed Mill Association (TFMA) has issued a fresh tender for up to 175,200 tonnes of feed wheat for September-October and December shipment, sources told Fastmarkets on Tuesday July 16.
16 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Jordan’s state grain importer has booked 60,000 tonnes of milling wheat for shipment in the second half of August, trade sources told Fastmarkets on Tuesday July 16.
16 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Japan's Ministry of Agriculture has issued an international tender for the purchase of 115,208 tonnes of wheat from the US and Canada for loading in September, an official note published by the ministry showed on Tuesday July 16.
9 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Japan's Ministry of Agriculture has issued an international tender for the purchase of 107,330 tonnes of wheat from the US, Canada and Australia for loading in September-October, an official note published by the ministry showed on Tuesday July 9.
5 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Food Price Index was unchanged at 120.6 points in June, halting three months of growth, on the back of increased prices of vegoils, sugar and dairy products and decreased price of cereals, the FAO said on Friday July 5.
5 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Canada's grain and oilseeds export pace declined by 4% in the week ended Sunday June 30 and amounted to 910,100 tonnes, data from the Canadian Grain Commission released on Friday July 5 shows.
3 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Jordan’s state grain importer has booked 60,000 tonnes of feed barley for shipment in the second half of August, trade sources told Fastmarkets on Wednesday July 3.
2 Jul 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Japan's Ministry of Agriculture has issued an international tender for the purchase of 129,660 tonnes of wheat from the US, Canada and Australia for loading in September-October, an official note published by the ministry showed on Tuesday June 2.
21 Jun 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
The pace of Ukraine’s weekly grain exports was down by 5% week on week and amounted to 890,000 tonnes declared, with the new crop imminent, government data showed on Friday June 21.
21 Jun 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Taiwan’s Flour Milling Association (FMA) booked 104,150 tonnes of US-origin milling wheat in a regular tender that closed on Friday June 21, trade sources told Fastmarkets.
21 Jun 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Canada's grain and oilseeds exports rose by 1% in the week ended Sunday June 16 and amounted to 710,300 tonnes, data from the Canadian Grain Commission released on Friday June 21 shows.
The Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA), the trade lobby in state bodies, called on the Ukrainian government to suspend the minimum export price mechanism implementation amid concerns over potential negative effects, a note on the organization's website showed on Thursday June 20.
After more than two years of war, Ukrainian trade has start to feel sufficient confidence to return to forward trading because the country’s Black Sea ports have been showing stable trade flows for almost nine months. But there are still other factors limiting it, market sources told Fastmarkets in June 2024.
18 Jun 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Japan's agriculture ministry has issued an international tender to buy 84,667 tonnes of US, Canadian and Australian wheat for loading in August-September, according to an official note published by the ministry on Tuesday June 18.
11 Jun 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Jordan’s state grain importer has booked 60,000 tonnes of milling wheat for shipment in the second half of July after three months of rejecting provided offers, trade sources told Fastmarkets on Tuesday June 11.
11 Jun 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
Japan's agriculture ministry has issued an international tender to buy 109,126 tonnes of US, Canadian, and Australian wheat for loading in August-September, an official note published by the ministry showed on Tuesday June 11.
10 Jun 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
The Türkish Exporters Assembly (TIM) has warned Turkish authorities about the negative consequences of implementing a wheat import ban for local flour and pasta producers as well as exporters and asked it to reconsider the measure in a letter seen by Fastmarkets on Monday June 10.
There is less than a month left until the official start of the new 2024/25 season in Ukraine, and many questions and issues have been raised among the market participants worldwide about what to expect.
The Turkish government has announced measures to protect domestic agricultural producers, and will ban wheat imports between June 21 and October 15 this year, according to documents seen by Fastmarkets late on Thursday June 6.
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