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Market comment - 2014

December 2014

December 2014

All over the world, grain markets have been trending upwards again for several weeks. Compared to the low prices in September, January wheat in Paris rose by 40 €/t to 190 €/t (44 €/t) and March wheat in Chicago by 44 t/t to 220 $/t (177 €/t). The maize market has also recuperated from the low autumn prices.

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November 2014

November 2014

Following the September low international grain markets have now turned around. Prices at international stock exchanges have been rising significantly since mid-September. Price movements proved particularly strong in the second week of November.

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October 2014

October 2014

Only cautious market movements were observed on the grain market in the Rye Belt last week. Both sellers and buyers are taking the back seat in their negotiations. According to reports, very few contracts on rye have been signed. The development of rye prices is following that of the wheat market but more weakly so.

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September 2014

September 2014

In the past month, the downward trend both in the international stock exchanges and in the regional markets has continued. Last month the Chicago wheat price dropped by 12 US-$/t to 185 US-$/t and the corn price declined by 10 US-$/t to 132 US-$/t. In the export ports in the Gulf of Mexico, only 201 US-$/t was paid for soft red winter and 164 US-$/t for corn. These low prices also affect grain prices in the Rye Belt.

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August 2014

August 2014

Due to the worldwide record crop grain prices around the globe have come under pressure. In Paris wheat dropped from 15 $/t to 174 $/t and corn from 22 €/t to 153 €/t. In Chicago wheat dropped from 55 $/t to 200 $/t and corn from 60 $/t to 140 €/t. For the second consecutive year supply exceeds demand.

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