Markets

Beer market at sea as COVID, barley tariffs turn tides

Flat beer markets and China’s tariffs on Australian barley are exerting their might on global barley values, which appear to be holding up despite more bearish than bullish factors. Nuanced malt trade could be key…Read More

Liz Wells, May 29, 2020

Daily Market Wire 29 May 2020

Wheat led corn firmer and oilseeds settled lower as politics troubled Canada’s canola trade prospects. Australian nearby markets weakened. New crop remained practically unchanged amid sufficiently moist southern conditions…Read More

Lachstock Consulting, May 29, 2020

Feedgrain Focus: Prices mixed in thin trade

Feedgrain values have been mostly steady in the past week in limited trade as the market processes patchy conditions in Queensland against good to excellent crop prospects in southern Australia…Read More

Guest Author, May 28, 2020

Daily Market Wire 28 May 2020

Grains and oilseeds markets overnight saw mixed, small moves. Australian bids were lower while offers remained steady. Canada’s top court ruled on the long-running case of Huawei phone company executive facing extradition…Read More

Lachstock Consulting, May 28, 2020

Australia comes to terms with China’s exit from barley market

As the Australian industry considers its options in relation to China’s tariff on barley, seed companies are taking the long-term view, and opportunity knocks for maltsters…Read More

Liz Wells, May 27, 2020

Post-COVID South East Asian grain market to swing back to noodles, biscuits

With COVID-19 flattening the consumption outlook for grain in SE Asia, demand is expected to shift from premium products to lower-end alternatives, with Australian grain exports into the region set to shift accordingly…Read More

Grain Central, May 27, 2020

Daily Market Wire 27 May 2020

Oilseeds 1pc firmer. Wheat was mixed. China industry reports growth. Rain arriving in Russia, forecast for Australia’s southern latitudes, falling on ripening southern US wheat. Australia’s bids likely lower on firming dollar…Read More

Lachstock Consulting, May 27, 2020

Daily Market Wire 26 May 2020

Wheat in Europe trended firmer. US took a long weekend. Canola prices eased a little. Australia’s new crop pricing firmed slightly yesterday. More rain is forecast for WA and SA/Vic this week…Read More

Lachstock Consulting, May 26, 2020

Daily Market Wire 25 May 2020

Wheat markets settled lower 1-2 per cent on northern hemisphere rain. WA had weekend rain and other states scattered showers. New crop Australian wheat, barley and canola markets settled either side of neutral…Read More

Lachstock Consulting, May 25, 2020

Feedgrain Focus: Barley firms after China announcement

Grain markets ploughed through the damage of tariffs while drivers, as complex as the poultry sector shrunken by COVID-19 and inconsistent moisture across Australia’s grainbelt, saw domestic new crop markets edge higher…Read More

Liz and Henry Wells, May 21, 2020

Daily Market Wire 22 May 2020

Wheat closed mostly higher in overnight trading, while oilseeds and corn values fell as markets ingest varying crop conditions ahead of the US Memorial Day weekend. ..Read More

Lachstock Consulting, May 22, 2020

Daily Market Wire 21 May 2020

Wheat markets rallied 2-3pc. Russia’s wheat crop is downgraded and northern hemisphere conditions elsewhere are mixed. Traders in Australia building a book on the improving outlook in the east…Read More

Lachstock Consulting, May 21, 2020

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