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Black Sea Regional Analysis

Russian Grain Markets: 27-31 July 2020 Wheat prices grew in the European part of the domestic Russian market and decreased in the Ural regions and Siberia. Milling rye prices decreased. Corn prices kept growing. Feed barley prices moved in different directions. Meanwhile, on the export market milling wheat average 2020 yield price decreased to $208/MT FOB Black Sea. The average purchase price grew to RUB 13,750-14,000/MT. 2020 feed barley average export price was stable at $189/MT FOB Black Sea, purchase price grew to RUB 11,300-1,400/MT CPT-port Black Sea. Feed corn average export price didn’t change and amounted to $184/MT FOB Black Sea.  GEOGRAPHICALLY 3rd grade soft milling wheat prices grew in the Central region (+RUB 285...

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