Further Russian attacks have taken place in Odessa, whilst British Intelligence has issued a warning that the Russian navy are planning to blockade Ukrainian ports, a scenario which could cause wider spread disruption to Black Sea exports, reported CRM...
The Black Sea agri-commodities export corridor, which allowed Ukrainian grain and oilseeds to be shipped safely, is now set to expire, after Russia announced it is pausing its participation in the initiative.
Grain markets witnessed downward pressure at the end of last week, largely because of rain across key producing regions in the US, as well as easing tensions in the Black Sea region, finds an AHDB outlook.
Moscow’s signing up to a third extension of the Black Sea grain export deal, confirmed late Wednesday, keeps open the safe corridor for Ukraine’s grain shipments and removes doubts over access to Russia’s substantial exportable wheat supplies too, commented...
The EU needs to safeguard market access to essential supplies of feed grains and vegetable protein meals to its feed and livestock sectors, said FEFAC referring to the move by Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and Bulgaria to impose import restrictions on Ukrainian...
US investment companies, Argentem Creek Partners (ACP) and Innovatus Capital Partners, have issued notification that bankruptcy proceedings have commenced at Olimpex Coupe International in Lviv, Ukraine.
After a turbulent 2022, with significant geopolitical tensions and high input costs, Alexander Döring, secretary general, European Feed Manufacturers' Federation (FEFAC), looks at what might be in store for the industry in 2023.
Global grain markets were under pressure at the start of the week, likely due to ongoing concerns surrounding the global economic outlook, improved weather conditions in South America and some pressure on short term Brent crude oil futures contracts,...
The impacts of Russia’s invasion are going to change the dynamics of agriculture in Ukraine for years to come, and will inherently impact the global grains and oilseed market, according to insights gleaned from a recent webinar run by AHDB.
EU agricultural production continues to be impacted by the consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, by surging energy prices, increasing input costs and food inflation throughout the EU, according to an outlook released yesterday by the EU Commission.
Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) generated substantial profits in the first half of 2022, saying it capitalized on its diversified business portfolio and global network to manage global trade challenges and the fall-out from the war in Ukraine.
Demand for soybeans remains subdued and the dollar remains exceptionally strong, further dragging on demand levels, while the war in Ukraine continues to support global rapeseed values, finds a report from CRM Agri.
Ukraine exported 2.17 million tons of grains, legumes, oilseeds, and by-products in June, which is 470,000 tons or 25% more than in the previous month, according to the latest data from Ukraine’s ministry of agriculture.
Experts from the Copa and Cogeca working groups on the cereal and oilseeds markets estimated this week that cereal production in the EU-27 will reach 277m tons in the 2022 harvest, some 4.4% lower than the year prior.
The fall in crude oil markets at the end of last week has pressured vegetable oil and oilseed markets. After last week’s heatwave across the US, this week’s USDA crop progress report will be closely watched, say CRM Agri.