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22 April 2022 3 min reading

NEWS

Global grain stocks to lower sharply in 2022/23

International Grains Council (IGC) has shared its first 2022/23 supply and demand projections for all commodities. Noting the projections are especially tentative given the conflict in the Black Sea region, IGC cut total global grain production by 12 million tons, trade by 9 million tons and carryover stocks by 26 million tons from its 2021/22 forecast.

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25 February 2022 2 min reading

NEWS

Russian offensive against Ukraine pushes grain prices up

The Russian offensive into Ukraine has increased the supply risk for grain markets. Ukraine stopped activities in its ports after Russia launched a military operation. Russia has also suspended the movement of commercial ships in the Sea of Azov until further notice. Prices for grains rose amid concern that the conflict could hit exports from the Black Sea to world markets.

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12 April 2018 5 min reading

INTERVIEW

“Black Sea basin provides us logistical advantages in wheat trade”

“Turkish flour industry is in a position to fulfill all the demands of buyers across the world. Cur...

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14 December 2017 2 min reading

NEWS

Olam To Build A Grain Terminal In Ukraine

Ukrainian First Vice-Prime Minister Stepan Kubiv said that Olam, global agri-business company, plan...

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14 December 2017 2 min reading

NEWS

CME Announces New Black Sea Grain Futures With Platts

CME Group, the world’s leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, announced the launch of Bl...

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