- Sep 9 - Taiwan Flour Millers' Association seeks around 56,000 MT of US grade 1 milling wheat for Nov 1-15 shipment

- Sep 8 - Jordan seeks 100,000 MT of optional origin hard milling wheat for Nov-Dec shipment

- Iraq's state grains board has extended the deadline in its tender to buy at least 50,000 MT of hard wheat with offers now remaining valid until Monday, Sep 7 instead of Sep 3

- Sep 3 - Egypt's GASC bought 170,000 MT of Russian wheat for October 11-20 delivery:

  • 60 TMT of Russian wheat from Louis Dreyfus at 187.86 $/mt c&f (178.86 $/mt fob+ 9 $/mt freight from National Navigation Company (NNC))
  • 55 TMT of Russian wheat from Glencore at 187.88 $/mt c&f (178.64 $/mt fob+9.24 $/mt freight from Union Co)
  • 55 TMT of Russian wheat from Glencore at 188.34 $/mt c&f (178.64 $/mt fob+9.70 $/mt freight from NNC)

- Sep 3 - South Korean's Korea Flour Mills Co Ltd (KFMC) bought a total of 30,100 MT of Australian wheat:

  • 25,000 MT of Australian standard white wheat (max 11.0% protein) at 216.12 $/mt fob
  • 5,100 MT of Australian hard wheat (min 11.5% protein) at 217.00 $/mt fob

- Sep 3 - South Korean's CJ CheilJedang bought a total of 50,000 MT of Australian wheat:

  • 45,100 MT of Australian standard white wheat (max 11.0% protein) at 216.12 $/mt fob
  • 4,900 MT of Australian hard wheat (min 11.5% protein) at 217.00 $/mt fob

- Sep 3 - South Korean's Daehan Flour Mill Co Ltd bought 26,400 MT of US wheat for Nov-Dec shipment:

  • 9,500 MT of US western/soft white wheat (10.5% protein) at 240.10 $/mt fob
  • 1,000 MT of US western/soft white wheat (8.5% protein) at 319.23 $/mt fob
  • 4,700 MT of US hard red winter wheat (11.5% protein) at 210.75 $/mt fob
  • 11,200 MT of US dark/northern spring wheat (14% protein) at 229.89 $/mt fob

- Sep 3 - South Korean's Donga-One bought 24,800 MT of US wheat for Nov-Dec shipment:

  • 15,300 MT of US western/soft white wheat (10.5% protein) at 242.14 $/mt fob
  • 2,000 MT of US western/soft white wheat (8.5% protein) at 324.45 $/mt fob
  • 3,500 MT of US hard red winter wheat (11.5% protein) at 208.98 $/mt fob
  • 4,000 MT of US dark/northern spring wheat of (14% protein) at 233.41 $/mt fob

- Ethiopia is looking for 222 MMT of optional-origin milling wheat; tender closed Sept 2 with the lowest offer coming in at 213 $/mt c&f

- Sep 3 - Russia bought 13,002 MT of intervention grain (wheat) in Crimea. Making the total bought since Aug 19 at 26,907 MT of Crimean wheat

- Russia's Ag Min said Russia exported about 5.781 MMT of grain between July 1-September 2, 2015, down by 19% from 7.139 MMT a year ago, including wheat – 4.349 MMT, barley – 1.213 MMT, corn – 184 TMT, other grains – 35 TMT

- Russian farmers have harvested 75.5 MMT of grain (incl. 51.1 MMT of wheat and 15.0 MMT of barley) as of September 4, down from 78.8 MMT (incl. 49.3 MMT of wheat and 18.0 MMT of barley) a year ago. Yields were at 2.6 mt/ha, down from 2.77 mt/ha a year ago

- Weekly US wheat export sales data for week ended August 27 – 277,900 MT, incl. 277,500 MT for 2015/16, near the low end of expectations (250,000-500,000 MT)

- EU in week ended September 1 granted licenses to export 190 TMT of soft wheat, bringing the total this season to 3.337 MMT vs. 3.796 MMT a year ago

- West EU wheat exports facing strong Baltics, Black Sea competition

- French Ag Min raised its estimate of country's crop by 1.5 MMT to a new record 40.8 MMT (37.5 MMT in 2014)

- Statistics Canada reported the country's wheat stocks at 7.1 MMT as of July 31, well above the 6.5 MMT trade guess, but still 32% below last year (10.4 MMT in 2014)

- Kazakhstan's Ag Min said Kazakhstan harvested 3.491 MMT as of September 4, up from 2.773 MMT a year ago. Yields were at 1.19 mt/ha, up from 1.04 mt/ha a year ago