- Thailand seeks 300,000 MT of feed wheat for Aug-Dec shipment

- Philippines bought 58 TMT of feed wheat, likely Bulgarian, for Sept-Oct shipment

- June 10 - Japan received no offers for 120,000 MT of feed wheat and 200,000 MT of feed barley in a simultaneous buy and sell (SBS) auction. New SBS tender for the same amounts for each grain will be held on June 17

- Iraqi Grain Board estimates wheat production at 3.5 MMT exceeding self-sufficiency

- ABARES forecasts Australian winter wheat crop to remain largely unchanged at 23.6 MMT in 2015/16 (24.4 MMT previous forecast in March and 23.67 MMT in 2014/15) amid a drought-inducing El Nino weather event

- Dry weather in French wheat belts raises concern over yields

- IKAR estimated Russia's 2015 grain crop at 98-105 MMT up 1.0 MMT from previous estimate. IKAR raised its 2015 wheat crop forecast by 500,000 MT to a range of 56-60 MMT

- Russian Grain Union holds Russian 2015 grain crop estimate at 95-96 MMT, including 54-55 MMT of wheat, and sees 2015/16 grain exports unchanged from year ago – 30 MMT, but wheat exports falling to 17-18 MMT from the current season's 22 MMT due to the new export tax

- June 10 - Russia bought 45,360 MT of intervention grain (wheat). Making the total bought since Sept 30 at 1.08 MMT, including wheat – 873,585 MT, barley – 113,650 MT and rye – 93,285 MT

- Russia's Ag Min said farmers planted 13.2 MH of spring wheat through June 9, or 100% of the planned total planted area vs. 13.0 MH a year ago

- Kazakhstan's Ag Min said farmers planted 14.407 MH of spring cereal grains through June 10, or 98.6% of the planned total planted area vs. 14.566 MH (99.0%) a year ago

- Chinese grain official sees country's 2015 wheat crop slightly higher than last year