史上最高：小麦＝9.24/bushel（08.6.26） トウモロコシ＝7.7325/bushel（08.6.1） 大豆＝16.58/bushel（08.7.4）
China’s record purchase of corn a ‘wartershed moment’,Financial Times,21.2.12,p.10Prices surge to near eight-year high as demand from Beijing fuels grain market rally
配合飼料高騰 長期化に農家恐々 負担増へ先手置き換え急ぐ 食べ残し削減徹底 日本農業新聞 21.1.22
Large rise in agricultural commodities creates ‘recipe for unrest’ within fragile economiesA sharp rebound in food prices is stirring concerns over inflation and potential unrest in some developing countries.Stockpiling, logistical bottlenecks and dry weather have pushed wheat, soyabeans, rice, and corn markets higher. The Bloomberg Agricultural sub-index has jumped more than a third since its low point in June to a two-and-a-half-year high, while the UN Food and Agriculture
Food prices: bun fights,FT.com,20.12.29A “clean plate” campaign and social media censorship of exuberant eating videos this year reflect China’s growing fear of food shortages. Disruptions from the pandemic have been compounded by the country’s worst floods in decades. While global harvests remain plentiful, fear of a breakdown in supply chains has put an end to a decade of falling food prices.
Weather and ports' strike in Argentina boosting soy and cereals prices,Merco Press,20.12.23United States soybeans climbed to six-year highs this week as weather and export troubles in Argentina outweighed concerns of a new coronavirus strain hitting Britain. Corn and wheat futures traded near even as soybeans supported the grains complex.
Wheat down 3%; soy, corn also sag on pre-holiday slide,Reuters,20.11.25
CHICAGO, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Chicago wheat futures fell more than 3% on Wednesday and corn and soybean futures also slipped as traders booked profits after recent highs in all three markets, and ahead of Thursday's U.S. Thanksgiving holiday, analysts said.
Dry weather and government stockpiling have pushed soyabean prices to a four-year high, as a broad rebound in agricultural commodities creates unease about inflation.
Grains and soyabeans have been rising steadily since the middle of the year, buoyed by governments shoring up their reserves in anticipation of disruption from the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. China has been a particularly active buyer as the country steadily rebuilds its pig herds in the wake of the devastation caused by African swine fever.
This strong demand “suggests that some countries are concerned about food inflation,” said Andrew Rawlings, an analyst at Rabobank. Inflation is “creeping up in some places”, he added. Hot and dry conditions in southern Brazil and Argentina as a result of the La Niña weather pattern have knocked the supply of soyabeans, lifting prices traded in Chicago to $11.01 a bushel, up more than a third since their April low. “Any further weather issues in South America and this can give reason to see soya in the teens,” said Matt Ammerman at US commodity broker StoneX.
Corn prices have made a similar recovery since the spring to about $4.15 a bushel, helped by a harvest shortfall in Ukraine caused by dry weather.
Wheat, which has been in high demand from large buyers such as Egypt and Morocco amid a drought in north Africa, was trading at around $6.15.
China, which has sold large amounts of grain from its strategic reserves since May in an effort to dampen rising grain prices, needed to replenish its stockpiles, said Wayne Gordon, agricultural analyst at UBS in Singapore.
“They were getting close to very low levels,” he said.----------
The latest data from the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission showed that in the week that ended October 27, speculators held record net “long” positions in agricultural commodity futures and options.
But Michael Haigh, analyst at Société Générale said that most grains and oilseeds were overbought and susceptible to profit-taking
Global food prices continue rising in October,FAO,20.11.5
中国が米産農産品400億ドル輸入の大法螺 トランプの農民向け選挙戦略もこれまで 農業情報研究所 19.12.16
米中が第一段階合意、関税を猶予 ロイター 19.12.14
Chicago Le blé au plus haut depuis 2014(AFP),Agri Mutuel,20.10.16
Le cours du principal contrat de blé échangé à Chicago est monté vendredi à son plus haut en près de six ans sur fond d'inquiétudes autour des récoltes mondiales. Le maïs et le soja ont baissé.
« Un temps sec à travers la planète a réduit les perspectives de rendement dans des régions clefs pour la production de blé, notamment l’Argentine », note Jacquie Holland de Farm Futures Daily.« Des prévisions de sécheresse en Mer Noire et aux Etats-Unis sont également très présentes à l’esprit des courtiers », ajoute l’experte
SYDNEY, Oct 16 (Reuters) - U.S. wheat futures hit a near 6-year high on Friday, as dry weather in key global producing regions raised supply concerns, pushing the grain towards its third straight weekly gain of about 4.5%.
Iowa's estimated derecho crop losses increase by more than 50% in latest USDA report,Des Moines Register,20.10.9
The number of crop acres that Iowa farmers are unable to harvest after the devastating August derecho has grown to 850,000, a new U.S. Department of Agriculture report showed Friday.That's a more than 50% increase from September, when the USDA had set the estimated loss to the Aug.10 derecho at 550,000 acres. The storm flattened crops with winds up to 140 mph. The damage was compounded in late summer with a drought that, at its peak, encompassed much of the state. The drought is once again expanding after some September rainfall.
ラニーニャ意識、農産物が高値 異常気象で収量減観測も 投機筋がトウモロコシなど買い 過去には相場高騰も 日本経済新聞 20.9.18
11日発表の米国農務省：World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimatesが今年（2020/21年）の米国産大豆及びトウモロコシの生産見通しを先月発表の数字から大幅に引き下げた。これを受け、シカゴ大豆先物が17年5月以来初めてブッシェル10ドルを突破。トウモロコシも上昇基調がはっきりしてきた。
Iowa's farmers reeling from a double blow — first the derecho, now a drought,Des Moines Register,20.8.31
hurricane-force winds slammed through about half of Chad West's 4,500 acres of corn and soybeans Aug. 10. Now, the drought is burning up the rest of his crop, the central Iowa farmer said. トウモロコシ
West, 49, spent part of this week disking under 300 acres of corn that's considered a complete loss.
"You put so much time, money and effort into a crop, to give up and say, 'We're not going to harvest this' ... it's really disheartening," he said, adding that he anticipates he will need to disk under another 400 flattened acres of corn, too.The ever-widening drought now encompasses three-fifths of Iowa, the U.S. Drought Monitor's latest map showed Thursday. Nearly all of the rest of the state is considered abnormally dry, with only a few pockets of Iowa escaping both the drought and derecho
Futures File: Soybeans soar due to drought concerns,Des Moineｓ Register,20.8.28
Soybeans neared a one-year high on Friday, exceeding $9.47 per bushel. Prices are shooting higher on continued concerns that weather is too dry in much of the Midwest, especially Iowa and Illinois, the nation’s top two soybean-growing states.
Low rainfall in US Midwest drives corn prices higher,FT.com,20.8.26
Benchmark up almost 4% since start of week as sweltering heat hits crop conditions
Worries about a lack of rainfall this month in the US Midwest have lifted corn prices, with data from the US Department of Agriculture pointing to deteriorating crop conditions.
Benchmark corn prices are up almost 4 per cent since the start of the week at $3.39¼ a bushel, and have gained 9 per cent over the past two weeks
Prices had already received a boost after crops were damaged during a storm on August 10 that hit Iowa, a key corn-growing state. The latest concern, however, has been the low rainfall in the US corn belt throughou
CHICAGO, July 9 (Reuters) - U.S. wheat futures on Thursday leapt to their highest prices in more than two months at the Chicago Board of Trade, as the latest crop estimates in major exporting countries like Argentina, France and Russia raised questions about global supply.
Corn and soybean futures also strengthened, as weather forecasts predicted more heat and dryness in the U.S. Midwest crop belt later this month. Positioning helped support gains ahead of Friday’s monthly supply and demand outlook from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.Analysts expect the USDA will trim its estimate for U.S. wheat production in the latest cut to global harvest estimates from crop forecasters around the world. Production forecasts have also declined this week in exporters like Argentina, Russia and France.
The Ministry for Development of Economy, Trade and Agriculture of Ukraine signed the memorandum with grain market players for the current season for agreeing on the volumes of grain exports, not for limiting them, Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture Ihor Petrashko has said.
Ukraine exports record 57 mln tonnes of grain in 2019/20 agri-year,Inter-fax Ukraine,20.7.8According to the results of the agricultural year 2019/2020 (July-June), Ukraine exported 20.5 million tonnes of wheat and 30.3 million tonnes of corn, the Ministry for Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture has reported, citing data from the State Customs Service.
Futures File: Corn rockets higher,Des Moines Register,20.7.2
Corn prices put on a dazzling display this week, exploding to three-month highs on the heels of a USDA report.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture updated its estimates of this year’s planted acreage and shocked markets with a drastic cut of 5 million corn acres.
This news created fireworks across the grain markets, with December corn futures topping $3.60 per bushel. Wheat and soybeans went along for the ride, with Chicago wheat nearing $5.00 and November soybeans topping $9.00.
Despite the slashed corn acres, this year’s plantings will likely outpace 2019, and crop conditions are stellar so far, suggesting a bin-busting crop. If weather stays good, corn supplies could exceed expectations and send prices careening lower again.
他方、新型コロナによる”ロックダウン”の影響で自動車移動が激減、それに伴うガソリン→燃料エタノール需要の減少で、エタノール原料＝コーンは07年以来のどん底にまで落ち込んだままだ。コーンベルト農民は、おそらく立ち直ることができないほどに疲弊している（Midwest farmers face a crisis. Hundreds are dying by suicide.,Des Moines Register,20.3.10）。
Dow has worst point loss ever, soybeans lose 27¢ Monday,Successiful Farming,20.3.16
INDIANOLA, Iowa -- On Monday, the CME Group’s farm markets get weighed down by the continued coronavirus crisis.At the close, the May corn futures settled 11¢ lower at $3.54½. July corn futures ended 10¢ lower at $3.58
May soybean futures finished 27¢ lower at $8.21¾. July soybean futures closed 25½¢ lower at $8.30¾.
May wheat futures closed 8¢ lower at $4.98.May soymeal futures closed $3.20 per short ton lower at $296.30. May soy oil futures closed 0.79¢ lower at 25.58¢ per pound.
Uncertainty over China-US trade deal hits soyabean prices,FT.com,20.1.16
Commitments by Beijing to purchase more farm goods has been met with scepticismSoyabean markets slid after the US and China signed a long-awaited preliminary trade agreement, reflecting uncertainty about Beijing’s promises to purchase more farm goods. The oilseed has historically been the biggest US farm export to China, which uses it to make livestock feed and cooking oil. China’s government on Wednesday committed to imports of at least $80bn worth of US farm goods over the next two years, or an average of $40bn a year, the US Trade Representative’s office said. The list includes bulk commodities such as soyabeans and cotton as well as consumer products such as dietary supplements and wine. The agreement also allows China to make purchases “at market prices based on commercial considerations” and consider “market conditions” in timing them. The latter provision raised questions about the whether China would follow through between now and 2021, said Ken Morrison, an agricultural markets analyst based in St Louis.
US agrees limited trade deal with China,FT.com,19.10.12
Trump announces partial trade deal with
China, lifting hopes that tensions could ease,The Washingtron Post,19.10.12
Beijing eyes buying extra US farm products to ease tension,Financial Times,19.10.10,p.3
“China has fundamentally agreed to all of theUSDA’s demandes on beef,pork and lamb”
China offers to buy extra US goods to ease trade war,FT.com,19.10.9Proposal for increased agricultural purchases aimed at ‘reset’ ahead of Washington talks
Trump ethanol plan fails to cheer biofuel markets,FT.com,19.10.8
The US ethanol industry sounded elated last week when the Trump administration unveiled long-sought reforms to shore up biofuel demand, but the reaction in the markets has been less enthusiastic.
The price of compliance credits used in ethanol markets has fallen since Friday’s announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency, reflecting questions about the details and doubts it could drive greater sales, analysts said.
Most petrol sold in the US contains about 10 per cent ethanol. The commodity is of huge economic importance in Midwestern US states, where more than a third of the corn crop is sold to ethanol plants. These states, in turn, are crucial to Donald Trump’s re-election prospects in 2020.
Mr Trump’s EPA on Friday announced a plan to push ethanol demand to 15bn gallons a year — the level required by a congressional mandate — in 2020 after previously punching holes in the mandate by giving exemptions to dozens of oil refiners.
If successful, the plan would soften the impact of the exemptions on ethanol demand, pushing up the price of credits that oil refiners purchase to meet blending requirements. The credits are formally known as Renewable Identification Numbers, or Rins.
But after Friday’s announcement, the Rin credits “have been falling off a cliff”, said Denton Cinquegrana of Opis, a fuel price information service. Opis reported the average price of ethanol Rins was 20 cents a gallon on Monday, down 16 per cent from Thursday and close to the average price of 2019.The drop reflected “disappointment” in the proposal, said Bill Lapp of Advanced Economic Solutions, a consultancy. The price of ethanol swaps was $1.485 a gallon in Chicago on Monday, down 2.3 per cent from Thursday. Corn futures also settled at $3.87 a bushel, slightly lower than Thursday・・・・・・
中国、米国産農産物の新たな購入分への追加関税適用除外 新華社通信 19.9.13
China to exempt some US pork and soy imports from tariffs,FT.com,19.9.13
China said it would cancel additional tariffs on imports of soyabeans and pork that it intends to purchase from the US, in the latest of a series of goodwill gestures aimed at de-escalating a trade war between the world’s two largest economies.
China has encouraged companies to buy “a certain quantity” of pork and soyabeans from the US and they will be exempted from additional tariffs, state-run broadcaster CCTV reported, apparently referring to duties imposed since the start of the trade war.
It did not state the amounts that will be purchased. Soyabeans were the US' second-largest export to China ahead of the trade war, with $12bn sold to China in 2017. But exports plummeted last year as both sides raised tariffs on each others’ exports.・・・・・・
Le blé américain soutenu par la canicule en Europe,Agri Mutuel,19.6.25Les cours du blé américain ont fini en nette hausse lundi, aidés par des conditions météorologiques difficiles, entre la canicule en Europe et la persistance de pluies aux États-Unis. Les cours du maïs et du soja ont aussi progressé.
Heavy rainfall damps prospects for Midwestern farms,FT.com,19.6.7
Heavy rainfall damps prospects for Midwestern farms,FT.com,19.6.7
＜関連＞Food prices rise amid weak production outlook for maize,FAO,19.6.6
Corn prices jump to 3-year high amid extreme wet weather,FT.com,19.5.29
Corn prices popped to a 3-year high after a severe delay in plantings in the US midwest due to extreme wet weather.
CBOT corn was trading above $4.38 a bushel, the highest since June 2016. Corn prices have soared 24 per cent since the start of the month amid wet weather conditions.
According to the latest crop progress report from the US Department of Agriculture, only 58 per cent of corn fields had been sown by the end of last week. That is far lower than the 90 per cent planted on average in the past five years.
“The window for corn planting is gradually closing if the risk of yield shortfalls is not to increase significantly,” said analysts at Commerzbank.
There are growing concerns about soyabean planting, with just 29 per cent of fields planted, lagging far behind the five-year average figure of 66 per cent.Winter wheat is also suffering from the wet conditions, with 61 per cent of crops in good or excellent condition — down five percentage points from a week earlier, according to Commerzbank.
トウモロコシの作付け（播種）が進まない（5月現在、過去5年平均の半分ほど→Crop Progress USDA 5.21）うえに天候不順（4月の寒さと5月まで続いた異例の多雨）で収量減少も予想される。ためにトウモロコシ先物は過去2週間に急騰。トウモロコシ作付けの遅れは、代替作物である大豆の収穫を促す傾向が歴史的にある。よって大豆価格は将来下がるだろう。今夏の天候予想は明るくても、貿易戦争で痛めつけられた農家に明るい展望は開けない。US corn: grainy day,FT.com,19.5.28
US-China: farmers count cost of trade war ,FT,com,19.1.8
US-China tensions knock soyabeans to post-crisis low,FT.com,19.5.10
Soyabeans, a commodity sensitive to the state of Sino-US relations, have fallen below $8 a bushel for the first time since the financial crisis as uncertainty rises over trade talks between Washington and Beijing.
A sharp slide in the price of the oilseed came alongside a broader sell-off in financial markets on Thursday, with US stocks down about 1 per cent at midday and long-term US government interest rates tumbling below short-term rates,
in a sign investors were concerned about the economic outlook.The Trump administration’s plan to raise tariffs on more Chinese goods this week have undermined hopes of a deal and sparked the sell-off.
China has steadily grown to become the world’s largest importer of soyabeans, crushing them into meal to feed pigs and poultry. The US has historically sold the majority of its soyabean exports to China, a business worth $12bn a year.
China imposed a 25 per cent tariff on US soyabeans last July in retaliation for new US duties on its goods, targeting farmers in rural states where a majority voted for Donald Trump as president. The impediment halted US soyabean exports to China for months, until a resumption of trade talks in December led China to make about 13m tonnes of goodwill purchases.
An escalation of the trade war threatens to block those volumes, just as farmers hold record stocks of soyabeans
.“The unresolved trade issue with China is hanging over the market. That is the 800lb gorilla,” said Michael Cordonnier, president of Soybean & Corn Advisor, a consultancy in Illinois.
Soyabeans for May delivery fell as much as 2.3 per cent to $7.95¼ a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade, the lowest price for a near-month contract since December 2008.
All futures contracts fell, with soyabeans deliverable after the US harvest in November dropping to $8.30 a bushel.
Most farmers cannot break even at such prices. An Iowa State University analysis estimated costs per bushel for the most commonly planted soyabean varieties at between $8.86 and $9.21.--------
CHICAGO, May 10 (Xinhua) -- Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) agricultural futures settled lower for the third consecutive session over larger ending stock estimates and trade tensions.
The most active corn contract for July delivery was down 1.5 cents, or 0.42 percent, to 3.5175 U.S. dollars per bushel on Friday. July wheat was down 4.75 cents, or 1.11 percent, to 4.2475 dollars per bushel. July soybeans were down 3.5 cents, or 0.43 percent, to 8.0925 dollars per bushel.
The U.S. Agriculture Department (USDA) released on Friday its monthly supply and demand report, showing bearish estimates for the agricultural market.
The initial outlook for 2019/20 U.S. wheat is for larger supplies, higher domestic use, lower exports, and larger stocks. Meanwhile, higher world ending stocks and fierce competition in international market will pressure U.S. wheat further.
The U.S. feed-grain outlook for 2019/20 is for larger corn production and domestic use, lower exports, and greater ending stocks. U.S. corn exports are forecast to decline 25 million bushels in 2019/20, despite larger world corn trade.Although the 2019/20 outlook for U.S. soybeans is for higher supplies, crush, exports, and slightly lower ending stocks compared to 2018/19, the trade frictions between the United States and China still drag down CBOT soybean prices, said market watchers.
Oilseeds: World Markets and Trade(May 2019):USDA
配合飼料５００円上げ トウモロコシ価格が影響 全農 日本農業新聞 18.12.22
CBOT soybean futures fall as Chinese purchases miss forecast,Xinhua.18.12.22
CHICAGO, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) -- Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) soybean futures ended below 9 U.S. dollars per bushel for the first time in three weeks, as Chinese purchases missed traders' forecast.
Private exporters on Thursday reported to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) new export sales of 204,000 metric tons of soybeans for delivery to China, following 1.199 million metric tons to the same destination this week.
China bought 1.43 million metric tons of U.S. soybeans last week, according to the USDA. Traders had anticipated that China would buy more soybeans, market watchers said.
CBOT soybeans were also under pressure from abundant supply from South America, overshadowing support from renewed Chinese buying of U.S. supplies.
Wheat futures dropped sharply after Russia raised its grain export forecast and dampened speculation that tight supplies would prompt curbs on overseas shipments from the world's biggest wheat supplier.
Corn futures rose slightly higher after hitting a three-week low in the previous session.At the end of the session, the most active corn contract for March delivery went up 3.25 cents, or 0.87 percent to close at 3.785 dollars per bushel. March wheat delivery was down 9.5 cents, or 1.81 percent to close at 5.14 dollars per bushel. March soybean delivery was down 8.5 cents, or 0.94 percent to close at 8.9775 dollars per bushel.
大豆、底入れ後も上値重く 米中「休戦」に不透明感 日本経済新聞 18.12.14米中貿易戦争のあおりで春夏に急落した大豆相場が底入れした。シカゴ先物（期近）は1ブッシェル9.1ドル前後と9月の安値より1割高い。中国が米国産の農産物輸入を増やす姿勢を示し、投機筋が買い意欲を強めた。ただ米中貿易がどこまで回復するか不透明なうえ、主産国の米国やブラジルの供給は潤沢。上値の重い展開を予想する声は多い。
US soyabean futures rise on hopes for China exports,FT.com,18.12.3
The tentative truce in the trade war between Washington and Beijing sparked a rise in the price of US soyabeans, reflecting hopes that exports may soon resume to China.
January-delivered soyabean futures opened up 3.2 per cent early Monday at $9.2375 a bushel, the highest price since June, before giving up some gains on the Chicago Board of Trade.Soyabean futures fell more than 1 per cent on the Dalian Commodity Exchange in China.China, the world’s largest consumer of soyabeans, increased tariffs on US-grown supplies by 25 percentage points in July in response to duties on its goods imposed by US President Donald Trump.---------
Soyabeans bounce back on hopes of US-China trade truce,FT.com,18.11.28
Soyabean prices bounced back on Tuesday as traders continued to weigh the prospect of the US and China reaching a trade war truce at the G20 summit later this week.Prices for the foodstuff fell on Monday by the most in five weeks and to their lowest since early November after US President Donald Trump said in an interview he would push through plans for new tariffs on $267bn of tariffs on Chinese imports if he and Xi Jinping, his counterpart in Beijing, could not agree a deal on trade.
関税合戦、中国に痛手 米国産大豆激減、養豚業から悲鳴 朝日新聞 18.11.28
US farmers turn to Iran to plug hole in soyabean sales,FT.com,18.10.26
Islamic republic’s imports have surged as tariffs decimate US sales to China
Drought turns up the heat on wheat producers,FT.com,18.7.31
Euronext milling benchmark at a 4-year high as analysts downgrade output estimates
The wheat market is feeling the heat, with key global producers sweating over a drought that has curbed output. After several years of bumper harvests, the wheat market is poised to tighten sharply as Russia, Australia and EU countries contend with scorching temperatures.In Australia, the state of New South Wales has announced a A$500m aid package for struggling farmers, while Germany’s farming association has called for €1bn in financial assistance from federal and state authorities
Soyabean prices drop to lowest since 2008,FT.com,18.5.12
Soyabean prices are getting crushed, dropping to their
lowest since the financial crisis as the trade war between the US and China ratchets
up.Late on Tuesday, the Trump administration started the process of imposing
tariffs on a further $200bn of imports from China, which would add to levies
on $34bn of goods that were put in place at the start of July.China has
already said it would target US soyabeans, of which it is the biggest buyer,
for retaliatory tariffs, making the crop one of the key battlegrounds for the
two large economies.
大豆、この年の最低レベルに→ 穀物・大豆等先物（期近）価格の長期推移。米国農民はトウモロコシより儲かると空前の大豆作付に走っているが（US farmers plant more soya than corn for first time since 1983,FT.com,18.6.30）、米中貿易戦争を契機とするこの暴落は想定外だろう。
Trump may use New Deal-era agency to aid farmers,FT.com,18.7.2
Soy Growers in Middle of Tariff Feud with China Stand to Suffer Most,Am,eican Soybean Association,18.6.19
Futures for other agricultural commodities were also lower on Monday morning. Corn for December delivery was down 1.4 per cent, while wheat for September delivery was off 1.5 per cent. Cotton for December delivery dropped 2.4 per cent.
Tariffs threat ‘already hurting US soyabean sales’,FT.com,18.5.3
Boss of trading group Bunge says China is buying instead from Brazil and Canada
Chinese buyers have halted purchases of this year’s coming US soyabean crop, according to the head of the world’s biggest oilseed processor, a sign that a possible trade war is already reshaping buying patterns to the detriment of American farmers.
Soren Schroder, chief executive of Bunge, said in an interview that he saw the US making “very little if any” sales of soyabeans to China, the top importer of the foodstuff
.“Whatever Chinese business is taking place is directed away from the US to Brazil and Canada,” he said.
Soyabeans avoid longest losing streak this year,FT.com,18.4.5
Argentina imports 120.000 tons of soy-beans from United States,Merco Press,18.4.12
Russian grain rise boosts new wheat contract,FT.com,18.4.4
The rise of the Black Sea region as a leading
grain exporter has boosted traders’ interest in a new
wheat futures contract — one of the few agricultural
commodities derivatives to gain traction on the international markets of
late. CME Group’s Black Sea wheat futures contract
that debuted in November last year has attracted wheat traders buying and
selling the grain from Russia and Ukraine, while also catching the attention
of hedge funds.
US farmers to plant less corn, soyabeans in 2018,FT.com,18.3.30
1トンあたり約1100円値上げ−ＪＡ全農 4〜6月期の配合飼料価格 農業協同組合新聞 18.3.26
Grain prices sink on threat of Chinese food import tariffs,FT.com,18.3.23
Grain and soyabean prices drop on US tariff concerns,FT.com,13.3.12
Soyabean and soya meal prices jumped on worries about drought in Argentina, a key producer and exporter, as rains last week fell short of expectations.
Dry weather is forecast for the next 5 days, and soyabean prices gained 2 per cent in Chicago’s CBOT above $10 a bushel for the first time in two months, while soya meal rallied 4 per cent to $358.2 a short ton, the highest since July 2016. Argentina is the world’s largest soya meal exporter, accounting for almost half the international market.
“Meal appears to be making a massive breakout of a trading range that has been in place for eighteen months,” said Michael McDougall at ED&F Man Capital Markets.
Grain markets were momentarily jolted out of a months-long torpor by a suite of grain reports from Washington.
Corn and wheat futures dropped, and soyabeans jumped, after the US Department of Agriculture issued data on grain stocks, crop production and seedings of winter wheat.
of grain are ample in many parts of the world, pressuring prices and draining
volatility from the market.
トウモロコシ相場、二毛作で高まる南米の存在感 日本経済新聞 18.1.9
配合飼料価格1ｔあたり1500円値上げ−ＪＡ全農 農業協同組合新聞 17.12.25
配合飼料供給価格 1ｔあたり400円値下げ−ＪＡ全農 農業協同組合新聞 17.9.25
Corn, wheat, soyabean prices fall after USDA forecasts,FT.com,17.8.11
Futures prices for a wide range of grains fell sharply on Thursday in the US as positive forecasts from the US Department of Agriculture drove investors off bets that yields for crops including wheat, corn and soybeans would come up short.→ USDA-NASS
Soybeans and Spring Wheat Surge After USDA Report,Bloomberg,17.7.1