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Black Sea Regional Analysis

Russian Grain Markets: 21-25 January 2019 Most domestic grain prices continued to grow as demand increased. Milling wheat prices also rose because processors boosted their purchase prices. Meanwhile, the average milling wheat export price jumped to $246/MT FOB Black Sea, and purchase prices at seaports grew to $221-223/MT CPT-Black Sea port. However, the average feed barley export and CPT-Black Sea port prices fell to $234/MT FOB and $209/MT, respectively. GEOGRAPHICALLY 3rd grade soft milling wheat prices grew in Central and Volga Valley (+$2.30/MT), Black Soil (+$2.50/MT), the South and Ural (+$1.09-1.29/MT), and Siberia (+$1.50/MT). 4th grade soft milling wheat prices increased in Central and Black Soil (+$3.00-3.60/MT), Volga Valle...

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