Grain News, 09/30/2022

The wheat markets remain primarily shaped by the geopolitical framework. Since the beginning of the week, wheat prices have risen from 346.25 (December contract last Friday) to 352.25 euros/t. A similar, albeit not quite as clear development was evident at the CBoT. Matif Mais, on the other hand, has changed only slightly and was down 1 euro per tonne on Thursday's closing price. Tensions...

Expert Opinion: 

Grain markets remain geopolitical. It is therefore hardly possible to make reliable forecasts. The fundamental data point to falling prices, but the tensions in Ukraine and the further hardening of the fronts are giving prices a boost. The only thing that can be said with certainty is that the...