China bought U.S. soybeans for the first time in six months after U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping met on Dec. 1 and set a 90-day negotiating window to resolve their trade differences.
Gold Silver Reports (GSR) – Russia’s Wheat Crop Under Threat From Miserable Start to Spring – Cold weather in central areas and the Volga valley delayed the resumption of winter wheat growth by about two to three weeks compared with last year, according to the Institute for Agricultural Market Studies, or IKAR. Lingering snow has also given farmers in the world’s top exporter less time to sow spring crops, potentially leading to smaller-than-expected plantings.
Gold Silver Reports — As per official data of UkrAgroConsult, through March 15, Ukraine has exported 30.83 million tonnes of grains,. This volume included 13.97 million tonnes of wheat, 11.91 million tonnes of corn and 4.7 million tonnes of barley. — Neal Bhai Reports