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March 27, 2018

At last, a degree of volatility has been injected into global grain markets (albeit short-lived). The early part of the month saw dry weather in the US push Chicago May’18 futures above $5 a bushel, with UK new crop values following suit, peaking at £148-£150/t ex farm...

March 27, 2018

Markets continue to consolidate, led by CBOT wheat, as better than expected showers bring relief to dry HRW areas this week.

  • Chinese retaliatory trade tariffs with the US include pork and ethanol, with no cereals mentioned directly. Impact believed to be marginal, t...

March 27, 2018

US markets move lower on better rain prospects for drought stricken US HRW areas.

  • Scottish Government Dec 1st plantings survey suggests winter cropping down 11% on last season. Winter wheat area estimated to be down 11% at 92.9kh, whilst winter barley estimated down...

March 27, 2018

CBOT/MATIF close lower on the week following mixed data from USDA.

  • US corn stocks decreased more than expected to 54.04mmt, down 5.71mmt (trade est. 58.5mmt).

  • US corn consumption placed at 319.93mmt, with exports placed at 56.52mmt on perceived reduction in Sou...

March 27, 2018

US/SA crop concerns help drive significant US fund buying through the week, before markets sell-off late on Friday. US futures close circa $13 up on the week.

  • DEFRA revise UK wheat production lower by 326tmt to 14.837mmt, though demand also reduced by 507tmt. Sugges...

March 27, 2018

EU markets close firmer this week due to fears of freezing conditions, whilst US markets consolidate somewhat following beneficial rains to parts of the Southern Plains.

  • US weekly export sales continue to suggest strong corn demand with 1.55mmt reported. Wheat sales...

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