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Graintab > 2022

Egypt reduces specification to increase wheat import options

After what has been a recent downward trend, markets received a slight lift today as crude oil pushed up 3%, lending support especially to…

Weekly Oilseed Outlook

Current market overview and short term outlook for Oilseeds. – Rapeseed – Sunflower – Soybeans – Weather Alerts Access all of CRM AgriCommodities’ independent analysis and insights with a subscription. Get research, data and opinions from our team of analysts and advisors to help you make better informed decisions with a unique perspective on markets. If you are already a member and require login details, please get in touch. Log In Subscribe

Hope for Ukraine grain corridor send prices tumbling

Making headlines today has been statements about food export corridors out of Ukraine. However, Russia is asking for export corridors in exchange of a…

French Wheat In Focus

Weather forecasts for the US have once again turned wetter with large volumes of rain for Kansas and the US…

Weekly Grain Outlook

Current market overview and short term outlook for wheat & corn. – Wheat – Corn – Weather Alerts Access all of CRM AgriCommodities’ independent analysis and insights with a subscription. Get research, data and opinions from our team of analysts and advisors to help you make better informed decisions with a unique perspective on markets. If you are already a member and require login details, please get in touch. Log In Subscribe

Palm Oil Export Ban Reversal

Indonesia will lift its palm oil export ban from Monday as the welfare of the palm oil industry is considered, and stocks build. The…

Market reversal, new crop confidence?

Sovecon has increased Russia’s estimated wheat crop by 1.2Mt to 88.6Mt—the USDA in the May WASDE estimated a noticeably more conservative 80Mt. Increasing confidence…

May Monthly Global Grain Outlook

Monthly market outlook and price forecasts for Global Grains Oilseeds. – Wheat – Corn – Soybeans – Rapeseed Access all of CRM AgriCommodities’ independent analysis and insights with a subscription. Get research, data and opinions from our team of analysts and advisors to help you make better informed decisions with a unique perspective on markets. If you are already a member and require login details, please get in touch. Log In Subscribe

Global Economic Outlook : May

Moderating global economic demand—particularly from China due to its zero Covid-19 mandate—is expected to weigh on purchases of wheat, corn and soybeans, while weaker global growth should see crude prices pullback, leading to potential pressure on the vegetable oil market. Access all of CRM AgriCommodities’ independent analysis and insights with a subscription. Get research, data and opinions from our team of analysts and advisors to help you make better informed decisions with a unique perspective on markets. If you are already a member and require login details, please get in touch. Log In Subscribe

US planting progress but wheat suffers

Wheat started the day under a degree of pressure following yesterday’s bullish push higher. Additional details have emerged regarding the Indian export ban, reportedly…

Highlight Article: UK Supply & Demand Outlook – Wheat, Corn and Barley

From a UK perspective, corn from Ukraine has become a fixture of UK grain imports. From 2018/19 to 2020/21, grain from Ukraine has represented just under 1Mt of the total season corn imports. With the outlook for imports from Ukraine next season diminished, the trend for increasing corn usage is likely to reverse. With less corn from Ukraine, demand will be pushed toward domestic wheat and barley. Access all of CRM AgriCommodities’ independent analysis and insights with a subscription. Get research, data and opinions from our team of analysts and advisors to help you make better informed decisions with a unique perspective on markets. If you are already a member and require login details, please get in touch. Log In Subscribe

India back in the spotlight

India has yet again dominated headlines in recent weeks as heat damage reduces production estimates. Having previously denied and rebuffed initial reports of possible…