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11 Jun 2024 | Sam Balf
The European Union’s weekly wheat exports totaled 269,440 tonnes in the week to Sunday June 9, according to initial data from the European Commission released on Tuesday June 11.
11 Jun 2024 | Marcela Caetano
Brazilian soybean exports totaled 3.6 million tonnes in the first week of June, while in the whole month last year, the country sent abroad 13.7 million tonnes, customs data showed late on Monday June 10.
11 Jun 2024 | Sam Balf
In its first production forecast for the new 2024 marketing year, France’s farm ministry Agreste estimated winter barley production in the country to be around 8.6 million tonnes, down by 10.7% from 2023 but up by 2.6% from the five-year average.
11 Jun 2024 | Sam Balf
In its third forecast for the 2024 crop, trade association Coceral pegged the total grain crop in the EU27 (the EU’s 27 members) and the UK at 296 million tonnes, slightly above the previous forecast of 295.5 million tonnes and up from the 292.8 million tonnes harvested in 2023.
10 Jun 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
US corn and soybean planting advanced at a slower pace compared to last year in the week to Sunday June 9, while spring wheat and barley exceeded the pace of 2023, the USDA’s weekly crop progress report showed on Monday June 10.
10 Jun 2024
US corn futures gained support on Monday June 10 due to tactical buying following declines late last week. Support was limited by a higher US dollar, market expectations of a good report this week on US harvest pace, and the fastest second corn crop harvest pace reported in Brazil.
10 Jun 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.
10 Jun 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
Industry participants polled by Fastmarkets ahead of the USDA’s monthly supply and demand update on Wednesday June 12 project the agency will move down US and global ending stocks for both the new and old corn crop, while US production is expected to be unchanged, compared with May estimates.
10 Jun 2024 | Jocelyn Garcia
Weekly export inspection volumes of US corn were down by 5% to 1.34 million tonnes in the week to June 6 from the 1.42 million tonnes recorded in the previous week, data from the USDA showed on Monday June 10.
10 Jun 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
Harvesting of the second corn crop (safrinha) reached 10.4% completion in the center-south of Brazil on Thursday June 6, the highest level on record, according to local consultancy Agrural.
7 Jun 2024 | Mark Shenk
Investors in the US corn and soybean markets, as well as two of three wheat contracts, amassed shorts, boosting their net short positions in the week to Tuesday June 4, data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) showed late on Friday June 7.
7 Jun 2024 | Agricensus staff
Fastmarkets’ weekly recap of the main movements in global cash markets.
7 Jun 2024 | Eduardo Tinti
The pace of soybean exports from Brazil lost momentum in May month on month and year on year, while soymeal shipments remained robust, according to official customs data.
7 Jun 2024
US corn futures fell on Friday June 7 due to profit-taking following nearly double-digit gains the day before.
7 Jun 2024 | Masha Belikova
The Russian government has increased the wheat export tax, leaving the corn and barley tariff at zero for June 12-18 period, the country's Ministry of Agriculture reported on its website on Friday June 7.
7 Jun 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.
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.
7 Jun 2024 | Yana Sukharska
The Food Price Index calculated by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) inched up by 1.1 points in May from April because increases in the price indices for cereal products slightly offset decreases in vegetable oils, the FAO said on Friday June 7.
7 Jun 2024 | Yana Sukharska
Grain volumes declared for export out of Ukraine totaled 1.1 million tonnes during the week to Friday June 6, according to data from the country’s State Customs Service.
7 Jun 2024 | Yana Sukharska
French soft wheat growing conditions slightly improved in the week to Monday June 3, but remained much lower overall compared with previous year, while planting of the corn crop rose to 90%, according to a weekly crop report from French farm agency FranceAgriMer on Friday June 7.
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