Tuesday, February 6, 2024
China Corn: Tepid demand slashes prices by 6% in four weeks (week ended Feb 5, 2024)
Sales of corn were slow as feed producers limited production while livestock markets continued to underperform. Pre-Chinese New stimulation was unexpectedly weak this year due to China's economic downturn. Consequently, corn market weakened ...
Thursday, December 7, 2023
China Corn: Prices slide on higher supply (week ended Dec 4, 2023)
Higher availability dragged down corn prices over the week, mitigating the increase over the past three weeks.
Tuesday, September 5, 2023
China Corn: Prices merely 2% from 2022's annual high (week ended Sep 4, 2023)
With supply tight, corn prices continued to climb for the fifth consecutive week, despite at a slow pace. Corn prices were highest compared with the same period over the past years,
Wednesday, July 19, 2023
China Corn: Prices surge 5% in seven weeks (week ended Jul 18, 2023)
Corn prices continued to rise slowly but steadily, even as feed demand was not especially strong. With supply tight, corn prices have surged substantially by 5.2% over the past seven weeks.
Tuesday, December 13, 2022
China Corn: Cautious mood, higher supply soften prices (week ended Dec 12, 2022)
After rising over 3% in six weeks, corn prices softened lately as more farmers were enticed to release inventories with prices higher. Buyers were cautious with purchases as the economic outlook of China remained uncertain.
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
China Corn: Concerns over wheat harvest strengthen demand (week ended May 16, 2022)
As supplies of corn remained tight while the upcoming wheat harvest remained uncertain, corn prices strengthened of late. There were reports that Chinese farmers were selling green wheat to feed producers who offered good prices, hence prom ...
Tuesday, March 8, 2022
Russo-Ukrainian war: Impact on China corn market
At a time when global grain and oil prices have reached 10-year highs, the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis is disrupting the global grain market.
Monday, August 2, 2021
China Corn: Market soft as buyers stay cautious (week ended Aug 2, 2021)
Prices of corn were slow amid slow trade as market participants turned cautious as floods and typhoons disrupted agriculture in the country. Traders who had limited stocks attempted to hold prices stable.
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
China Corn: Prices 6% below March peak (week ended Jun 28, 2021)
Demand for corn was weak as feed producers limited production while the hog prices tumbled to two year lows. Meanwhile, corn exported surged a whopping 74% between October 2020 and April 2021, compared with the same period in the previous c ...
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
China Corn: Market stable but lacks momentum (week ended May 17, 2021)
Limited availability underpinned prices of corn. Nonetheless, as traders attempted to clear inventories in preparation for the stocking of newly harvested wheat, prices stayed flat over the week.
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
China Corn: Market stays firm on limited supply (week ended May 3, 2021)
Corn sellers, who had limited stocks to offer, stood firm on prices amid low inventory pressure. Demand was stable before the May Day holidays as feed producers increased stockpiles. However, deep processors, who were making limited profits ...
Monday, April 26, 2021
China Corn: Tightened availability underpins prices (week ended Apr 26, 2021)
Corn availability tightened, prompting traders to lift prices. Farmers, who were more concerned with the spring planting, withheld releases while prices fell below expectations.
Monday, April 19, 2021
China Corn: Price rebound ends five week tumble (week ended Apr 19, 2021)
Corn prices rebounded slightly after tumbling 6.5% in five weeks. Demand remained flat while supplies tightened as traders held back releases with corn prices falling below expectations.
Monday, April 12, 2021
China Corn: Increased availability sinks prices (week ended Apr 12, 2021)
Demand for corn was slow as the livestock sectors stayed weak. Meanwhile, traders in the northeast region eagerly released stocks before the Qingming Festival holidays, hence increasing the downward pressure of corn market.
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
China Corn: Prices dip further (week ended Mar 26, 2021)
Buyers were not keen to stock inventories while the prices of corn continued to slide with more high moisture grains were released in the market. Traders cut prices in a bid to release excess stocks.

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