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Monday, June 20, 2022
European Commission's grain forecast cut by over two million tonnes
The European Union's agricultural sector continues to be under considerable strain due to the increase in the cost of energy and other inputs, the European Commission said.
Monday, April 18, 2022
More uncertainty over availability of grains due to war in Ukraine, states European Commission report
The war in Ukraine has significantly affected global agricultural markets and this has created more uncertainty over the future availability of grains and oilseeds, adding further instability to already tense markets, according to the Europ ...
Saturday, January 25, 2014
BASF's NSP enzyme Natugrain TS approved by European Commission for fattening pigs
January 25, 2014 BASF's NSP enzyme Natugrain® TS approved by European Commission for fattening pigs BASF's Natugrain® TS enzyme product, which improves feed conversion in poultry and swine, was recently approved by the European Commission f ...
Friday, November 30, 2012
Grain prices in European part of Russia to stabilise soon
Grain prices in the European part of Russia will soon become steady. "Grain interventions allowed us to stabilise prices in the Asian part of Russia. The price growth in the European part has slowed significantly and we expect prices to sta ...
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Europe Market Review: Russia will not restrict grain exports
Russian President Vladimir Putin has categorically ruled that there are no on-going talks about Russia imposing export restrictions on grains, despite months of speculation and concerns over rising grain prices.
Friday, August 3, 2012
USDA lowers Europe's 2012 grain crop estimates
August 3, 2012 USDA lowers Europe's 2012 grain crop estimates   Prompted by contrasting weather conditions, USDA was forced to revise its expectations for Europe's 2012 grain crop downwards to 276 million tonnes, a seven million tonne-reduc ...
Friday, July 27, 2012
Drought, heat lower southeast Europe's grain output
Wheat yields in south eastern Europe have been cut and put at risk corn crops due to the extensive drought and scorching temperatures in the region, farmers and officials said on Thursday (July 26). In Black Sea producers Bulgaria and Roman ...
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
European grain prices up on US, Black Sea harvests concern
As concern grew over harvests from the US and the Black Sea Basin, European grain market prices rose on Monday (July 16). "The very tight global corn market will have trouble finding the same sort of substitution as last year via wheat mark ...
Friday, April 13, 2012
Eastern Europe's 2012 grain crops down
April 13, 2012 Eastern Europe's 2012 grain crops down The central and Eastern Europe's winter grain crops have been hit by a cold snap earlier this year followed by dry spring which resulted in the region's reaping fewer grains than a year ...
Monday, February 13, 2012
Grain crops in Eastern Europe hit with frost
February 13, 2012 Grain crops in Eastern Europe hit with frost Eastern Europe has been badly hit by freezing temperatures and a lack of snow cover, resulting in damaged winter sowings which could lower 2012 grain crops, said farmers and met ...
Saturday, November 26, 2011
Eastern Europe's 2012 grain yield may be cut by drought
November 26, 2011 Eastern Europe's 2012 grain yield may be cut by drought The 2012 wheat and barley harvest of eastern and central Europe may be slashed due to extensive drought and delayed sowings, and may also affect the rapeseed crop, fa ...
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Japan buys European grain as substitute to US grain
November 17, 2011 Japan buys European grain as substitute to US grain Japan made its biggest purchase of European grain in at least a decade, as a cheaper alternative to US supply. The country bought about 800,000 tonnes from Ukraine after ...
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Europe's grain prices plummet on EU debt crisis
August 10, 2011 Europe's grain prices plummet on EU debt crisis The EU debt crisis ignited a substantial sell off of all commodities as investors discarded riskier assets in favour of secure havens such as gold, thus, causing grain prices t ...
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Rain relieves West European grain crops
June 8, 2011 Rain relieves West European grain crops Although long-awaited showers finally reached French grain crops over the weekend and additional rain is expected this week in most major European producers, it will most probably be insu ...
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
GrainCorp appoints head of European office (Press Release)
March 8, 2011 GrainCorp appoints head of European office Press Release     GrainCorp has confirmed the appointment of Carsten Hojland as the head of the company's European grain trading office. GrainCorp Managing Director Alison Watkins sai ...

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