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10 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets’ weekly recap of the main movements in global cash markets.
10 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets commits to publishing on a daily basis the bids, offers, indicative levels or other cash trading indications...
10 May 2024 | Sam Balf
Milling wheat exports from the French port of Rouen totaled 89,440 tonnes in the week to Wednesday May 8, up by 41% week on week, according to data released by port operator Haropa.
10 May 2024 | Masha Belikova
Australian wheat and barley exports rose in March on increased volumes to China, while rapeseed exports declined, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows...
10 May 2024 | Anna Platonova
Volumes of Ukrainian grain exported in the week to Thursday May 9, totaled 1.3 million tonnes, unchanged from the preceding week, according to the State Customs Service of Ukraine.
10 May 2024 | Sharon Levrez
French soft wheat growing conditions improved slightly in the week to Monday May 6, while planting of the corn crop reached the half-way mark...
10 May 2024 | Masha Belikova
Wheat planting areas in Western Australia (WA) have fallen since the publication of the previous monthly report from the Grain Industry of Western Australia (GIWA)...
9 May 2024 | Anna Platonova
Ukraine’s Ministry of Agriculture has said that the sowing of spring grains in the country was continuing to develop successfully, demonstrating weekly progress for the seven days to Thursday May 9, by 16.3 percentage points.
9 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets commits to publishing on a daily basis the bids, offers, indicative levels or other cash trading indications...
9 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
More rains are forecast for Brazil’s southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul, potentially worsening the flood-related calamity state.
9 May 2024 | Masha Belikova
An additional grain export quota has been allocated to Russian exporters, with Aston taking the biggest share of the available quota...
8 May 2024 | Sharon Levrez
The Russian government has further reduced the export tax on wheat for the week of May 15-21, while setting the tax on corn and barley at zero...
7 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets commits to publishing on a daily basis the bids, offers, indicative levels or other cash trading indications on any basis and geography that relates to any of the vital markets that have strong ties with Ukraine.
7 May 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
Total stocks of major grains like wheat, corn, and soybeans in Canada were down compared with the same period in 2023, while canola and barley increased in the year to March 31, according to data released by the Canadian Grain Commission on on Tuesday May 7.
7 May 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Russian government has cut its existing grain export quotas for a number of exporters, including the second largest exporter trading house Rif, according to an official document from the agriculture ministry released on Monday May 6.
6 May 2024 | Mark Shenk
US corn and soybean planting advanced at a slower rate than expected in the week to Sunday April 5, trailing prior year levels, the USDA’s weekly crop progress report showed on Monday May 6.
6 May 2024 | Mark Shenk
The USDA’s attaché in Kazakhstan expects that the country’s wheat production will climb 3.69 million tonnes to 15.8 million tonnes in the 2024/25 marketing year with higher spring moisture supporting crop growth through the summer.
3 May 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets commits to publishing on a daily basis the bids, offers, indicative levels or other cash trading indications on any basis and geography that relates to any of the vital markets that have strong ties with Ukraine.
3 May 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Russian government has further reduced the export tax on wheat and barley, leaving the tax on corn at zero, for the period May 8-14, according to an official note from country’s agriculture ministry released on Friday May 3.
3 May 2024 | Yuriy Sirosh
The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization Food Price Index (FFPI) rose by 0.3 points in April after significant growth in March on the back of the increased prices of vegoils and cereals, the FAO said on Friday May 3.
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