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Black Sea Regional Analysis

Russian Grain Markets: 8-12 June 2020 Corn prices on the domestic market mainly grew (as 2020 yield is still far away), barley prices mostly decreased (as market players were switching to 2020 prices), while wheat prices moved in different directions depending on the region (decreased in the European part of Russia and mainly grew in Asian part due to insufficient offer). Meanwhile, the export market milling wheat average 2020 yield price grew to $208/MT FOB Black Sea. The average purchase price for 2020 wheat decreased to RUB 12,700/MT. 2020 feed barley average export price amounted to $175/MT FOB Black Sea; purchase price decreased to RUB 10,300/MT CPT-port Black Sea. 2020 feed barley offer price was $175/MT FOB Black Sea. Feed corn ave...

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