Due to high demand for grain from importers, prices on the food wheat market have been rising since last Thursday. Currency prices rose by an average of 5–7 USD/t. Hryvnia prices under the pressure of rising foreign exchange prices and the devaluation of the hryvnia rose by an average of 300 UAH/t. Today, the demand prices on the basis of CPT port delivery reach 200 USD/t and 6600 UAH/t depending on the port.
Rising prices for food wheat in ports, as well as a limited number of grain offers are forcing processors to raise purchase prices to maintain a stable supply of quality grain. Thus, the prices of processing enterprises have increased by at least 350 UAH/t since last Thursday and are in the range of 5600–6200 UAH/t.
- Further growth of prices on the foreign market will accordingly affect the formation of price trends in the Ukrainian market of food wheat.
High demand for feed wheat from feed and livestock enterprises continued to support prices amid limited supply. In addition, the situation on the national currency market contributed to further price increases.
Prices for demand for grain are in the range of 5100–5900 UAH/t, taking into account the cost of delivery.
Demand for feed wheat in ports also remains quite high, with prices in the range of 6000– 6650 UAH/t CPT port. The growth of foreign exchange prices since last Thursday averaged 5–7 USD/t. So, today currency prices are in the range of 180–194 USD/t.
- High demand will further strengthen prices.
Demand for feed barley remained at the same level, while prices have not changed significantly since last Thursday. Processing enterprises showed interest in purchasing grain, usually at prices not exceeding 4900 UAH/t, CPT enterprise.
In ports, demand prices did not exceed 5200 UAH/t. Currency prices in ports have increased by an average of 2 USD/t and are in the range of 156–162 USD/t (CPT port).
- The market will continue to grow slightly.
In the feed corn market, prices have been rising since last Thursday. This fact is due to high demand for grain, while the number of offers remains limited. In addition, rising prices in ports and grain markets also contribute to higher hryvnia prices. The devaluation of the hryvnia continues to affect prices accordingly.
Prices of processing enterprises reach 5300 UAH/t. Hryvnia prices in ports have increased to 5500–5600 UAH/t depending on the port.
Currency demand prices in ports have increased by an average of 5 USD/t and are in the range of 157–170 USD/ton.
- The low number of grain offers will support prices if processing demand for grain from processing and export companies is maintained.