Market Wrap

Welcome rains Down Under, but are they enough?


Rains finally appearing across parts of Queensland & Northern New South Wales but more needed as the hot/dry sum read more >>

Global supply glut pressuring wheat


International wheat futures and physical markets continued their move lower this week. Market sentiment is weak read more >>

Will upcoming plantings go to plan?


No significant rainfall during February across Australia. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology suggests the nex read more >>

World wheat market falls...


World wheat futures have lost ground this week, as market sentiment shifted to too much supply, but internation read more >>

Australian weather on the radar


BOM (Bureau of Meteorology) shows a 50% chance of El Niño developing during the Autumn months and 80% chance of read more >>

Weather still an issue ahead of Australian plantings


Whilst the winter crop planting window is not yet open, soil moisture deficit’s, hot temperatures and disappoin read more >>

Australian drought to continue?


Temperatures are set to remain high around 35 degrees Celsius, but more recently have been average over 40. Ra read more >>

Hot & Dry weather persists across Australia


If forecasts are correct, January rainfall is expected to total less than 25% of what is considered normal read more >>

Ongoing dryness concerns in Australia


Sorghum rallied strongly on Monday with the forecast hot weather causing concern around the yield impacts  read more >>

Grain prices start 2019 on a brighter note


International wheat markets were slightly firmer this week and again traded both sides of the recent range. US  read more >>

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