Over the past two days, demand prices were adjusted only by some processing enterprises, which was due to the need to replenish grain stocks. Thus, over the past two days, demand prices have increased by an average of 50 UAH/ton. In general, the range of prices of processing enterprises for grain today is 4950–5450 UAH/ton. Maximum demand prices are observed in the southern regions, where competition with export companies forces processors to maintain prices at a fairly high level. The price range is 5200–5700 UAH/ton.
Demand prices in ports, despite global trends, remain relatively stable, due to sufficient supply of grain by exporters. According to the data for the last day, grain prices in ports were announced in the range of 5400–5750 UAH/ton (CPT). Currency demand prices in ports were in the range of 175–183 USD/ton.
The supply of food wheat remains moderate.
- The supply of food wheat will remain low.
- Taking into account the trends in the world market, we expect slight price volatility.
In general, the market during the past day was characterized by moderate demand for grain. The demand price range remained relatively stable and amounted to 4950–5350 UAH/ton. As a rule, livestock enterprises showed interest in procurement. Demand prices were most often reviewed by companies that had previously declared minimum and close prices. In general, the range of purchase prices on their part remained relatively stable.
Offers of feed wheat came to the market in limited quantities.
Currency prices for grain by traders (CPT-deepwater ports) decreased by an average of 5 USD/ton and did not exceed 182 USD/ton. The devaluation of the hryvnia continued to support hryvnia prices.
- Currency demand prices will continue to decline given the general global trend.
Over the past two days, prices have not been significantly revised by processing companies, because most of them had the necessary grain stocks. In addition, the devaluation of the hryvnia continued to affect hryvnia prices. The range announced by the processing enterprises was 3950–4600 UAH/ton (CPT).
In ports, the activity of purchasing activity remained low. Demand prices most often did not exceed 4850 UAH/ton CPT. In turn, foreign exchange prices under the influence of external factors decreased by an average of 2–3 USD/ton and amounted to 150–152 USD/ton (CPT port).
- A further decline in global demand for grain will continue to affect the level of currency and hryvnia prices.
The limited supply of feed corn contributed to a further increase in hryvnia prices in the domestic market. Thus, during the reporting period, demand prices increased by an average of 50 UAH/ton and reached 5150 UAH/ton.
At the same time, lower prices on the foreign market and sufficient supply of grain by Ukrainian companies for export, contributed to lower currency prices in ports to 150–160 USD/ton. At the same time, the situation on the foreign exchange market provided support for hryvnia prices.
- Prices in ports will continue to decline.