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Black Sea Regional Analysis

Russian Grain Markets: 6-10 July 2020 Harvesting started in more regions, so the prices were mainly quoted for 2020 grain, and the general price development on the domestic market was negative (except for corn prices that slightly grew). Meanwhile, on the export market, milling wheat average 2020 yield price grew to $205/MT FOB Black Sea. The average purchase price grew to RUB 13,000/MT. 2020 feed barley average export price grew to $176/MT FOB Black Sea, purchase price to RUB 11,000/MT CPT-port Black Sea. Feed corn average export price remained at $182/MT FOB Black Sea.  GEOGRAPHICALLY 3rd grade soft milling wheat prices grew in the Southern region (+RUB 135/MT), decreased in the Volga Valley (-RUB 575/MT), Central and Siberia (-RU...

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SPREADS Oct. crush trades to 95.46c/bu while oilshare trades to 34.94%.   Corn spreads tighten a bit with Dec/Dec trading into 36 1/2c from 37 3/4c, and values that were as wide as 40c.  Sep/Dec corn trades into 11 1/2c from lows of 13c carry.  Sep/Nov bean trades into 2 1/2...

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