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MARKET ANALYSIS

Drowned hope

“Beijing announced that negotiations would not resume until Washington corrects its wrong actions, but Trump continued to talk about the possibility of an “early” conclusion of the deal. As part of his visit to Japan, the American leader said that the States were not ready to make a deal, but noted that a great agreement would be reached in the …

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Fresh crop and fresh trade war

“Trump’s Twitter provides fresh White House trading strategy. They deny trade talks and the US stocks get higher while Shanghai Composite crashing. The grain market is low… The market is also very sensitive to planting data updating. Rain, snow and cold weather in the USA has certainly slowed spring planting progress so far. EU and Black Sea Region were cold …

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Who runs the market?

“Last USDA reports didn’t include the US flooding impact but we get another reason to pay attention to the weather: snow storm in the USA, Asians sowers, low-temperature condition in Europe. And grain markets will be higher as hopes for a deal between the US and China has the market cautiously optimistic one more time, as China and EU also.” …

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Another chance for bears: For how long prices will decrease?

“In the last WASDE report, global wheat supplies are reduced, primarily on lower production forecasts for Kazakhstan and Iraq. Projected 2018/19 world trade is fractionally higher as larger EU and Brazil exports more than offset reductions for the US and Mexico. Global imports are raised for Algeria, Morocco, and the Philippines while decreased for Bangladesh, the EU, Mexico, and Venezuela. …

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“Turkish farmers are tending towards barley, wheat planting should be encouraged”

Gülfem Eren, Chairwoman of Grain Suppliers’ Association: “We observe that our farmers are tending towards to barley instead of wheat since the price rise is below the inflation rate. We also observe that wheat farmers use less certified seeds, fertilizers and pesticides. We have to support wheat farmers and encourage production in order to ensure food security.” We are hosting an …

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Global oats market expected to increase at a CAGR of 5.5% in terms of revenue over 2018-2028

According to the latest market report published by Future Market Insights, titled ‘Oats Market: Global Industry Analysis 2013-2017 and Opportunity Assessment 2018-2028’, the revenue generated from oats is estimated to be valued over US$ 4,897.6 Mn in 2018, which is projected to increase at a CAGR of 5.5% during the forecast period (2018-2028). The incorporation of oats in the food …

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Renewed Numbers – Old Story

“USDA increased world wheat production in February, mainly due to an increase in yield in Russia. World trade increased slightly due to increased imports to Iraq and Turkey. World production of coarse grains in 2018/19 is projected at 1.5 million tons lower. And world corn production is declining on US, Mexico, and South Africa somewhat offset the increased yield in …

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Grain market 2018/19 expectations

“World wheat consumption exceed production and harvesting area shorten. As it expecting, next year situation will be the same, ending stocks will fall as well as stock-to-use ratio and prices will rise. Corn market forecast isn’t so clear as a wheat. First of all it’s still incomprehensible would Ukraine able to export record crop or ending stocks will increase. Secondly …

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IGC REPORT: A CONTRACTION EXPECTED IN HARVEST OF ALL GRAINS BUT MAIZE

According to the monthly report released by the International Grain Council (IGC), due to the expected contraction in the production of almost all grains except for the maize, total wheat production is forecast to decrease to a three-year low at 2 billion 79 million tons. London-based International Grain Council’s (IGC) November report is released. According to the report, there will …

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IGC: Change in Chinese wheat raises grain estimations

According to the last report of IGC, the estimations about the total world grains production is updated upward with an amount of 9 million tons. The difference mainly arises from the increase in Chinese wheat production. London-based International Grains Council has released its monthly report. According to the report that contains the yearly statistics about grains production, consumption, trade and …

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