Wheat futures surrender this week’s beneficial properties as Russia returns to export deal (NYSEARCA:WEAT)
Wheat futures plunged within the U.S. and Europe on Wednesday after Russia mentioned it might resume its participation in a deal to export grain from Ukraine by way of the Black Sea, a reversal of its resolution a number of days earlier to exit the settlement.
On the Chicago Board of Commerce, wheat for December supply (W_1:COM) settled -6.3% to $8.46 per bushel, and December corn (C_1:COM) closed -1.5% to $6.87 1/2 a bushel, however January soybeans (S_1:COM) ended +0.4% to $14.54 per bushel.
Wheat additionally fell in Europe, the place the benchmark December contract on Euronext settled -4.6% at €341.25/metric ton.
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Russia’s return to the Black Sea grain export hall deal removes a part of the danger premium for exporters, so wheat misplaced what it had gained over the previous few days, Agritel’s Arthur Portier informed Reuters, however “we nonetheless do not know whether or not the deal will likely be prolonged later this month, so uncertainty stays.”
Grain merchants anticipate Russian President Vladimir Putin could use the approaching expiration date of the deal as leverage in negotiations, together with on the G20 Summit in Bali later this month.
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