- July 16 - Japan seeks 137,847 MT of food wheat for August-September shipment:

  • 35,125 MT of western white US wheat
  • 12,895 MT of hard red winter US wheat
  • 27,635 MT of dark northern spring US wheat
  • 35,272 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat
  • 26,920 MT of Australian standard white wheat

- July 15 - Algeria seeks optional origin milling wheat for October shipment. A couple weeks ago Algeria bought 700-750 TMT of optional origin milling wheat

- July 14 – Egypt's GASC seeks wheat for shipment between Aug 21-31

- USDA estimated 65% of the US winter wheat crop was harvested as of July 12, in line with traders' expectations, vs. 67% a year ago and 68% for the five-year average

- USDA estimated 71% spring wheat's condition good-to-excellent, up 1 point from the prior week (70%) and vs. 70% year ago

- US wheat export inspections for week, ending July 9, recorded 249,787 MT, in line with expectations (200-350 TMT)

- Russian farmers have harvested 13.8 MMT of grain (incl. 9.7 MMT of wheat and 2.2 MMT of barley), down from 18.0 MMT (incl. 13.3 MMT of wheat and 2.4 MMT of barley) a year ago as of July 13. Yields were at 3.72 mt/ha, up from 3.53 mt/ha a year ago

- Ukrainian farmers harvested 3.7 MMT of wheat as of July 13, down from 7.6 MMT a year ago. Yields were at 3.35 mt/ha up from 3.21 mt/ha a year ago