Executive Summary

Who will crack first: farmers or consumers?


A choppy week on the market with domestic old crop wheat delivered premiums starting to widen as farmer long ho read more >>

UK bucks firmer World wheat price trend


UK markets remain pressured by strengthening Sterling which has prevented domestic prices rallying in line with inte read more >>

UK markets broke lower this week.


Firmer Sterling and more forecasts of sharply higher European production in 2019 weighed on prices, but still a read more >>

Market start New Year with all eyes on Brexit


Markets remain trapped in a very narrow trading range with a lack of fundamental developments and apparent Brex read more >>

What will 2019 have in store for wheat price?


2019 is kicking off with domestic old crop wheat prices £35/tonne higher than 12 months ago… (/files/Wee read more >>

Will wheat prices continue higher?


Firming Black Sea wheat prices, US Fund buying and weaker Sterling pushed old crop values higher this week, wit read more >>

UK trade waiting for parliament


Markets continue to trade in a very narrow range with ongoing uncertainty around US/China relations and the upcoming read more >>

UK feed grain S&Ds overshadowed by G20


Defra/AHDB balance sheet puts the 2018/9 UK exportable wheat surplus at 800k tonnes with the barley surplus put read more >>

World stocks tighten up this season


The IGC again highlighted that stocks will tighten this season with the forecast of a 20% drop in stocks held b read more >>

Geopolitical issues influencing markets


Brexit grabbed the headlines again this week as the prospect of the proposed deal being rejected by parliament  read more >>

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