Currency remains range bound; UK, Europe and US markets trend downwards; French production forecast down; US China lack of deal pushes markets lower; The lack of trade deal also puts pressure on soya prices; Exports to China pushed figures a little higher; Insect control can become hot topic in warmer months. You might want to consider playing some particular music?!
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Lack of clarity and direction. Brexit, US shutdown. UK and US Markets remain quiet and at low levels. Russian exports predicted to fall. Soya has a week of two halves with US and China discussions ongoing. Spinning ice has become a local attraction.
Slow trade in run up to Christmas with little activity. Low yields and Brexit uncertainty drive UK value. Russian supply rumours add to confusion. China and US political gaming drive Brazils good fortune. What would you do to protect your Christmas deliveries?
Wheat futures continue upwards trend; Brexit dominates the UK news; Currency volatility; Russia exporting more year on year; Russian future supply concerns; US soya deals with China begin; Will you be buying a Robot for Christmas?
Wheat futures experience volatility. Vivergo to shut down for maintenance. UK high prices are affecting demand. Brexit talks continue. Trade wars with USA, China and Russia. A multi-lingual parrot defies all help.
The rise in the price of UK November wheat futures has slowed. Wheat imports are at their highest. All eyes are on the USDA report. Soya bean trade has continued to slow.
UK Wheat futures continue to rise. Drought affects yields and supply globally. Tariffs continue to change the market dynamics. Did the original Iceman have a handle on his diet… it would seem so.
Wheat prices continue to rise with the effect of droughts creating supply pressure. Sterling has improved against the Euro. Soya prices remain stable with European demand strong. Finder keepers, but not always winners!
Wheat futures ended the week at £175. Farmers are not wanting to over sell. Quality is good, but yields are low. Soya price make steady gains. Fancy an ice cream sundae? At times they may be more expensive than you would expect!
Highs and lows as wheat is driven by currency, Brexit and Trump. Lower wheat crop yields, lower soya crops, China tariffs and weird ground drawings.
This week the US celebrated the 4th July, Independence (from the UK) Day, the same week that our Prime Minister was trying to reach consensus to agree on the UK’s independence from the EU.
UK May wheat futures have been trading weaker as the May contract comes to a close. The rail strikes in France caused some logistics delays. Delayed spring plantings gain pace in both Europe and the UK. Program your robot to build an Ikea chair or invest in a wearable chair?
London wheat continued to gain despite losses in both the EU and US. Torrential Easter weekend weather was no surprise. China and the US play tit-for-tat with tariffs, dramatically changing the supply network and trade flows. The contents of Heathrow Terminal 1 will be auctioned off in two weeks’ time.