Sorghum Market Softens following China dropping anti-dumping probe on US importsRead More
Domestic values reach new highs while offshore markets remain volatile.
With drought conditions now present across much of the eastern growing areas in Australia, feed markets have responded accordingly.
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International markets have seen little change for Desi chickpeas over the past couple of weeks, with limited engagement from our biggest buyers at this point, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Desi chickpeas exported to India, Nil, for the first time since 2010.Read More
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The chickpea market remains uncertain with a lack of confidence in importers in Pakistan and Bangladesh export markets, and rumors of India imposing a complete ban on imports.
Importers are not bullish and are on stand-by mode for new crop business.
Grower Services, Emily Wilson represented the Special One Grain team at the GRDC Grains Research Update in Dubbo earlier in the month. She met with a number of industry bodies, including Claudia Vicary from AgSkilled.
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Wheat futures market has experienced significant fall, local markets showing stubbornness to move lower with offers remaining relatively unchanged.
Delivered Downs picking up greater interest for April to September deliveries as well as new season.
Sorghum continues to stay strong with harvest underway.
Special One Grain trader, Jacky Sung’s recent trip to Pakistan as part of a trade delegation highlighted that Pakistan is an important market for the Australian pulse farmers. This delegation was a joint effort by Austrade, Pakistan Pulses Importers Association (PPIA) and Karachi Wholesale and Grocers Association (KWGA). Jacky visited Karachi (the port of Pakistan) and Lahore (the capital of Punjab, a major pulse growing region), garnering plenty of information about the Pakistan pulses market.Read More
International desi chickpeas markets were generally unchanged during the past couple of weeks.
The market is trying to measure the effect of the on-going political interventions in India, and how this will impact long-term demand. Whilst Australia has been significantly affected by India’s changes to trade policy, the overall outlook is positive.Read More
Sorghum remains the most volatile of the feed grains this week, with several factors contributing to an increase in some track bids, but sales are slow, with production risk leaving many growers hesitant.
Wheat and barley remain largely unchanged.Read More
A rebound in chickpea prices is supported by news of the Pakistani government ceasing issuing import permits to a number of countries, supporting the opportunity for Australian origin pulses to substitute any excess Pakistani demand.
On the other side of the border, the Indian Rabi season continues to show record values.Read More
Sorghum markets are responding to the ongoing heat wave and have rallied over the past week.
Consumption requirements - domestic and export - in conjunction with a large plant, show a tendency for a surplus this season.Read More
We begin 2018 with positive vibes, fuelled by New Year’s resolutions, but it has been a slow start with much of the trade more concerned with the demolition of the English cricket team!
Globally, weather concerns in the US are cause for concern, creating a lot of chatter, not to mention India’s new 30% import duty on chickpeas. While back home, the Australian harvest is largely complete. Cash selling was active to finish 2017 and has begun to increase again as growers turn their attention back to marketing.Read More