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09/07/2019 - 
Export prices of maize increased in June. Price quotations of the benchmark US maize (No.2, Yellow, f.o.b.) continued to rise for the second consecutive month, averaging USD 196 per tonne, 14 percent up from May and the highest in the [...]
09/07/2019 - 
The benchmark US wheat (No.2 Hard Red Winter, f.o.b.) averaged USD 228 per tonne in June, more than 7 percent higher than in May but still nearly 6 percent down from the corresponding month last year. Besides the spill over [...]
09/07/2019 - 
The FAO All Rice Price Index (2002-04=100) averaged 222 points in June, holding steady for the fourth successive month. Although demand remained generally subdued in June across Asia, quotations of Indica rice followed mixed trends in the major origin countries. [...]
09/07/2019 - 
The benchmark US wheat (No.2 Hard Red Winter, f.o.b.) averaged USD 228 per tonne in June, more than 7 percent higher than in May but still nearly 6 percent down from the corresponding month last year. Besides the spill over [...]
04/07/2019 - 
The FAO sugar price index averaged 183.3 points in June, up 7.4 points (4.2 percent) from May. International sugar prices were largely influenced by movements in the Brazilian currency (Real), which gained strength against the United States dollar. A stronger [...]
21/06/2019 - 
In May, FAO’s price index for oilseeds dropped for a fourth consecutive month, shedding 5.3 points (or 3.8 percent) and marking the lowest level since June 2007. The vegetable oil index also fell, losing 1.3 points (or 1.0 percent) and [...]