After a speculative jump in wheat prices turned down

2019-11-28 12:26:16
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After a speculative jump in wheat prices turned down

After a sharp rise in prices for winter wheat in Chicago and Paris, the markets have resumed falling in the absence of fundamental factors supporting.

 

the Demand from buyers remains low. Only Jordan this week bought 60 thousand tons of wheat with protein 11%, and delivery in early April at a price 239,3 $/t CFR Aqaba, which is 1.5 $/t lower than at the previous auction.

 

In the EU on the background of active export demand increases the shortage of supply of wheat. On the physical market, the sales could save the national railway strike against pension reform, which will take place on 5 December.

 

  • March futures for milling wheat on MATIF fell by 0.5 €/t to 183 €/t or 201,43 $/t

 

the Market for U.S. wheat on Wednesday continued speculative fall. After updating prices Monday month high, investors held sales and recorded a profit. The promised snowfall in areas of growing hard winter wheat and rainfall in the growing areas of soft winter wheat will have a positive impact on the condition of crops.

 

due to the Thanksgiving Day celebration on Thursday, stock exchanges in USA will not work, and on Friday the trading will be not active.

 

March wheat futures in the U.S. fell:

1.47 $/t to 160,75 $/t for solid winter HRW wheat in Kansas city

1.29 $/t to 186,84 $/t on a firm spring HRS wheat in Minneapolis.

  • 1.56 $/t to 193,54 $/t for SRW soft winter-wheat in Chicago

 

On the physical market increases competition, so the prices on the black sea and European wheat remains at the same level. Sellers for increased sales need to lower the price.

 

the Russian wheat protein 12,5% offer for 210 $/MT FOB with December delivery, French with protein 11,5% - for 209 $/t FOB Rouen, German with protein 12,5% - for 212 $/t, FOB Hamburg. Bid prices of Ukrainian wheat with protein 11.5% of dropped to 205 $/ton FOB for shipments in January-February.

 

the Market expects an increase in supply of Russian wheat in February-March and a slight fall in prices.