ADMISI London Wheat Report for 14 November

London Wheat Report

London Wheat Report - Chart 14 November 2022

Source: FutureSource 

Happy Monday!

G20 to kick the week off. Biden met President Xi for the first time since Biden took office. Lots of chatter about not letting business competition turn into conflict and no desire to have another Cold War scenario. Biden did warn China that the US would enhance security presence if Beijing couldn’t put a leash onto North Korea’s weapons programme. Ukrainian troops are in Kherson and Zelensky went to visit today.

Black Sea gains corridor news will be the primary focal point this week with the current arrangement due to expire on 19th November, Saturday this week. Russia has said that UN talks were progressive and trade anticipates that it will roll over. US railroad unions have kicked the can down the road regarding the strike action and ‘no we will not accept a 24% payrise’ malarky to next month. Yet again, insanity seems to continue here.

Mixed day on the wheat markets with Chicago finding some support while Matif and London were trading lower. Crop progress report out of France put a bearish tone onto wheat with wheat and barley conditions being 97-99% good. Saudi’s SAGO slammed in a stonker of a tender with over 1Mmt purchased at an average price of $382.56 overnight with mixed origin showing EU, North and South America, Black Sea and Aussie although trader are reporting that supposedly US wheat was not part of it. More tbc as the details emerge. Iraq also booked in 150kt of Aussie, Canadian and Lithuanian wheat. Aussie wheat news is sort of all over the shop depending on who’s wire you read. Quality is definitely something to keep an eye on in the land down under. Matif Dec-22 settled down €3.25 on Friday at €324/t.

London wheat had a busy day, trading a total of 679 lots across all months. Busy day on Europe’s top feed wheat contract 😉  May-23 trading a total of 602 lots today. We even saw Nov-24 trading today.

French corn harvest has concluded over the weekend, which is 28 days ahead of last year. Ethanol margins still seem to be mentioned as US corn exports are certainly not near their market potential. US weekly corn exports jump 108% to 484kt in the week ending 10th Nov according to the USDA. Soybeans were off again today, what China intend to do COVID measures wise continues on the headlines. Matif Feb-23 rapeseed settled down €10.25 on Friday at €626/t.

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