The July WASDE report was meant to be an important one for grains, the USDA did not disappoint. Chinese imports of soybeans in 2018 are set to decline for the first time since 2003/04 following the import tariffs imposed by China in retaliation to US tariffs. Click here to read
Although the UK is geographically ‘isolated, the market forces driving prices remain the same as for the rest of the world: supply, demand, currency, politics…And at the moment, the least we can say is that the layer of uncertainty is getting thicker and thicker.
Cereals Nov-17 LIFFE Feed wheat edged higher for a second consecutive session, hitting its medium term resistance level of £142/T for the 4th time in the last 10 trading days. The Pound was lending support as it lost more than 1% against the US Dollar and 0.7% vs the single currency after a new poll showed that Conservatives have only a