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VSA Agri Monthly: June 2015

  • 30 Jun 15

The International Grains Council (IGC) recently trimmed its forecast for the 2015/16 wheat harvest by 4Mt to 711Mt, -1% YoY (USDA forecast: 722Mt). The IGC now expects global ending stocks to fall by 2.0Mt YoY to 196Mt, -2% YoY (USDA: 202Mt). The downgrade has been attributed to increased concerns about the weather in some wheat producing countries. In light of this situation, the benchmark US wheat contract touched US$5.86 a bushel in the futures market, its highest level for five months and an increase of almost 20% in the last two weeks. However, UK wheat pricing has remained subdued as high levels of on-farm stocks, and expectations of another large crop this year, prevent significant price appreciation at this point.

VSA Agri Monthly: May 2015

  • 28 May 15

After last year’s anticipated arrival, and subsequent no-show, it looks like the El Niño phenomenon may finally appear this year. Depending on its severity, this can bring wet conditions in the Americas with drought conditions in Australia and South-East Asia. This would benefit palm oil prices, although the physical impact on production would After last year’s anticipated arrival, and subsequent no-show, it looks like the El Niño phenomenon may finally appear this year. Depending on its severity, this can bring wet conditions in the Americas with drought conditions in Australia and South-East Asia. This would benefit palm oil prices, although the physical impact on production would be lagged. A more immediate impact is likely to be seen with West African cocoa. The benchmark US cocoa price has increased c10% this month as fears of an El Niño have increased, along with the concerns about the level of production in Ghana, the world’s second largest producer. At the start of the year, we forecast that the benchmark US cocoa contract would surpass its 2014 high of US$3,371/t. It is currently trading at US$3,150/t, just c7% shy of this level.be lagged.

VSA Agri Monthly: May 2015

  • 30 Apr 15

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