Thursday, 08 July, 1999

  • Old-crop wheat prices moved higher on the delivered market as supplies continued to tighten.

  • New-crop business on the delivered market was fairly thin, although slightly busier than the previous week.

  • The milling wheat market remains very quiet, as millers await feedback on the harvest quality.

  • The export market was again reported as quiet, as the trade continued to monitor weather prospects.

    Domestic export prices were unchanged for new crop grain (small boats), despite a strong pound.

    Despite the lack of demand on the export market, tight supplies pushed nearby prices slightly higher.

    HGCA Taken from HGCA weekly MI Bulletin
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