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Southeast Europe Regional Analysis

Milling Wheat The Black Sea market was mostly unchanged last week on limited activity was due to the holiday season in Europe. The Russian domestic wheat market was firm again with values reported $3-9/MT higher in the different regions. Russia’s average monthly exports are expected to fall below 2MMT from January to June, down from 3.2 MMT during the same period last year.  The market in Romania and Bulgaria was very quiet last week. The remaining surplus is estimated at about 1.2 MMT in Romania and about 0.9 MMT in Bulgaria. The region’s weather remained generally favorable for winter wheat development with seasonally mild temperatures and frequent precipitation. Some risk remains, however, as most of the region has no...

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