WHEAT

- Apr 2 - Iraq seeks at least 50,000 MT of wheat from either the US, Canada or Australia. The tender closes on Apr 2 and offers must remain valid up to Apr 6

- Mar 30 - Tunisia's state grains agency seeks 100,000 MT of optional-origin soft milling wheat for May-June shipment

- Mar 29 - Jordan bought 50,000 MT of optional-origin hard milling wheat from Olam at 202 $/mt c&f for Sept 16-Sept 30 shipment

- Mar 29 - Argentina registered 77,400 MT of wheat for export

- Egypt will not ban the private sector from importing wheat during procurement season, instead the ministry will closely monitor the movement of grain

CORN

- Mar 30 - Tunisia's state grains agency seeks 75,000 MT of optional-origin feed barley for May-July shipment

- Mar 29 - Argentina registered 178,028 MT of corn for export

- South African government said that drought conditions associated with an El Nino weather pattern are likely to reoccur in a few months’ time

- Bulgaria's Ag Min said Bulgaria exported 191,336 MT of corn via port Varna between Sept 1-Mar 26, 2016/17, down 52.7% from a year-ago (404,821 MT)

- Bulgaria's Ag Min said Bulgaria exported only 17,379 MT of barley via port Varna between July 4-Mar 26, 2016/17, down 86.6% from a year-ago (130,042 MT)

- US Ethanol production for the week ended Mar 24 increased by 10,000 barrels to 1,054,000 barrels per day, up 6.3% from last year's level of 992,000 bpd. Stocks rose by 662,000 barrels from the week prior to 23.257 million barrels, up 1% vs. 23.022 million barrels a year ago

SOYBEAN

- Mar 29 - Argentina registered for export 250,520 MT of soymeal and 25,195 MT of soybean oil

- Bulgaria's Ag Min said Bulgaria exported 125,119 MT of sunflower via port Varna between Sept 1-Mar 26, 2016/17, up 5.6% from a year-ago (118,526 MT)