Interest from third countries continues to support prices with Ethiopia and Turkey, both said to be active in the market.
It is reported that some good-quality wheat and barley is being sold directly to processors, with the remaining on-farm supplies now on the market.
German stores are reportedly tidying up their stocks ahead of the end of May, when European intervention closes.
This is likely to lower maize prices in Spain over the coming weeks.
Portugal is importing Argentinean maize instead of French maize according to dealers.
Feed wheat suffered from a lack of demand. Only malting barley saw some interest from Eastern Europe, which helped to support prices.
Taken from HGCA weekly MI Bulletin
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