Barley
Market News

22 Jun 2018 | Rei Geyssens
Ukrainian wheat exports are expected to fall for a second consecutive season to 16.5 million mt, while barley exports...
22 Jun 2018 | Tom Houghton
Early signs of lower barley yields have emerged from Ukraine while wheat looks to be faring moderately better than...
22 Jun 2018 | Tom Houghton
Buyers largely sat out Friday’s latest round of selling as Russia’s state intervention fund sold just 2,700 mt of barley at...
21 Jun 2018 | Tom Houghton
Wheat exports from the EU continue to limp to the end of the marketing year with just 93,308 mt loaded in the week...
20 Jun 2018 | Tim Worledge
Free trade agreements dominate recent headlines for all the wrong reasons, but Australia’s grains industry has benefited...
19 Jun 2018 | Rei Geyssens
Australian wheat exports in the 2018/19 season are set to fall despite a rise in production as a dry autumn pushes up...
19 Jun 2018 | Rei Geyssens
The first 10,500 mt of winter wheat has been harvested in the southern regions of Mykolaiv, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia...
19 Jun 2018 | Tim Worledge
The weekly US crop progress report packed a surprise for corn and wheat participants late Monday, as the condition bucked...

Barley
Corporate News

9 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
A panamax vessel carrying a cargo of Russian barley crashed in Turkey, damaging property and potentially resulting in costly delays for the seller, market sources said Monday.
29 Mar 2018 | Tom Houghton
The agricultural trade on the Black Sea has become inadvertently caught up in the fallout of a banking scandal in Latvia and Estonia, with accounts summarily frozen, leading to losses and payment delays, market sources told Agricensus this week.
13 Mar 2018 | Tom Houghton
Critical bottlenecks remain across the European Union’s grain storage and logistics system despite an increase in storage capacity across the continent, according to a report published by the European Commission Monday.

Barley
Policy News

23 May 2018 | Tom Houghton
A flash crash and a massive sell-off saw the Turkish lira slide to its lowest levels on record, compounding difficulties which...
27 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
EU member states backed a European Commission proposal to ban the use of three neonicotinoid pesticides Friday, paving the way for a total ban on their use outside within six months, with potentially significant ramifications for EU crop yields.
27 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
Saudi Arabia is likely to scale back its barley imports by around 6% in the 2018/19 marketing year as government-led polices to cut water use have an impact on demand, the USDA’s local office in Riyadh said in a release published Friday.
24 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
Russia’s ministry of agriculture proposed to continue indefinitely its controversial logistics policy that helps farmers in remote parts of the country export wheat in the international market.
29 Mar 2018 | Tom Houghton
The agricultural trade on the Black Sea has become inadvertently caught up in the fallout of a banking scandal in Latvia and Estonia, with accounts summarily frozen, leading to losses and payment delays, market sources told Agricensus this week.
14 Mar 2018 | Tim Worledge
The US Congress could later this month close a loophole that has since January provided a tax advantage to farmer co-operatives over agribusinesses when they buy agricultural goods from farmers, according to two DC-based lobby groups.
13 Mar 2018 | Tom Houghton
Critical bottlenecks remain across the European Union’s grain storage and logistics system despite an increase in storage capacity across the continent, according to a report published by the European Commission Monday.
23 Feb 2018 | Tim Worledge
Pressure for a backdated solution to the Section 199A tax situation affecting the US agriculture sector is building as National Grain and Feed Association president Randy Gordon revealed that one ‘lone remaining issue’ is still to be addressed.