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As the Indian export ban played out…

As the Indian export ban played out in real time on Monday’s opening, wheat markets went berserk. CBOT, KC and MGEX all finished lock limit up, front month Matif( finished +€21.75 at an all-time high of €438.25/mt and front month ASX finished +$8.00 at an all-time high of $483.00/mt. Many anecdotal reports of how the … Continue reading As the Indian export ban played out…

Double digit gains across the board for US wheat futures

Double digit gains across the board for US wheat futures with July CBOT +20.25c, KC +25.50c and MGEX once again leading the way due to delayed plantings +42.50c. The close put CBOT once again over $11/bu and KC over $12/bu and closer to the multi-year high of $12.59 set back in March. Matif has closed … Continue reading Double digit gains across the board for US wheat futures

Overnight grain volumes remain slow

There were no deliveries against the May canola futures contract yesterday, open interest is 557 contracts, yesterday’s open interest at 59 was a reporting error Even though and Indian Food Industry official denied the rumours of halting exports, the wheat market continued to rally due to extreme heat hurting India’s new crop production and the … Continue reading Overnight grain volumes remain slow