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Black Sea Grain and Oilseeds 2018/19

Black Sea Grain
and Oilseeds 2018/19

September 6, 2018, Moscow

IKAR in Mass and Industry Media


Weather concerns send EU wheat to new 10-month highs

Reuters, 28.05.18


PARIS, May 25 (Reuters) - European wheat prices hit new 10-month highs on Friday on persistent concerns that dry weather in major producing and exporting countries could cause damage to crops.

December milling wheat on Paris-based Euronext was 1 percent higher by 1450 GMT at 185.50 euros per tonne after touching 186.00 euros earlier in the day, a price unseen since July 21.

The contract gained 3.8 percent over the past week.

Concerns are rising of potential damage from dry weather in the Black Sea, notably Russia, where grain consultancy IKAR downgraded its forecast for Russian wheat exports to 34.3 million tonnes for the 2018/2019 season.

IKAR, one of the leading agriculture consultancies in Moscow, said it expected the wheat crop to stand at 69.5-77.5 million tonnes for the same period, down from 73-80 million tonnes in its previous forecast.

Dryness is expected to be fairly widespread across Ukraine and Southern Russia in the next week, Isaac Hankes, Weather Research Analyst at Thomson Reuters said on Friday.

In the United States forecasts for hot, dry conditions in the U.S. Plains wheat belt have also fueled concerns about drought-reduced crops in key production areas and sent prices rocketing.

On the French cash market wheat premiums rose 6.5 euros on the old crop and 5.5 euros on the new crop.

"The rise is linked to strong factors: concerns on winter wheat in the U.S., late (spring grain) sowings in the Black Sea, the fall of the euro. It should continue to hold firm," one broker said.

"France could have less competition next season on some markets," another said.

 Prices at 1557 GMT                                             
                              Last  Change    Pct     End    Ytd
                                             Move    2017    Pct
                                                            Move
 Paris wheat May            185.50    1.75   0.95  162.50  14.15
 Paris maize Jun            171.00    1.50   0.88  163.50   4.59
 Paris rape May             362.75   -0.25  -0.07  347.75   4.31
 CBOT wheat July            539.75    9.50   1.79  427.00  26.41
 CBOT corn July             405.50    1.25   0.31  350.75  15.61
 CBOT soy July             1042.25    6.50   0.63  951.75   9.51
 WTI crude oil               67.80   -2.91  -4.12   60.42  12.21
 Euro/dlr                     1.17   -0.01  -0.44               
 Most active contracts - Wheat, corn and soy US cents/bushel,
 Paris futures in euros per tonne


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