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Black Sea Regional Analysis

  Russian Grain Markets: 14-18 October 2019 Domestic Russian grain prices (excluding corn) continue to grow due to active demand from both domestic buyers and foreign importers. Corn prices decreased due to a progressing harvest that resulted in growing offers. Milling wheat export prices grew sharply and amounted to $206/MT FOB Black Sea. Purchase prices grew to RUB 12,000-12,400/MT. Feed barley average export price grew to $184/MT FOB Black Sea while average purchase price remained at RUB 10,600/MT CPT-port Black Sea. Corn average export price remained at $166/MT FOB Black Sea.  GEOGRAPHICALLY 3rd grade soft milling wheat prices grew in all regions: Central and Black Soil (+RUB 100-140/MT), Southern (+RUB 200/MT), Volga Vall...

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