WHEAT

- Aug 23 - Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) is tendering to purchase and import 400,000 MT of wheat for Sept 15-Oct 31 shipment

- Aug 18 - Bangladesh seeks 50,000 MT of optional-origin milling wheat

- Aug 6 - Tunisia's state grains agency bought 75,000 MT of optional-origin soft wheat for Aug 20-Sept 25 shipment:

  • 25,000 MT from Casillo at 312.89 $/mt c&f;
  • 25,000 MT from Casillo at 314.68 $/mt c&f;
  • 25,000 MT from Casillo at 317.68 $/mt c&f

- Aug 6 -Taiwan Flour Millers' Association bought 48,000 MT of US milling wheat from Columbia Grain International (ocean freight rate from US PNW to Taiwan –  57.81 $/mt) for Sept 24-Oct 8 shipment:

  • 24,175 MT of dark northern spring wheat (14.5% protein) at 404.58 $/mt fob;
  • 16,015 MT of hard red winter wheat (12.5% protein) at 364.13 $/mt fob;
  • 7,810 MT of soft white wheat (10.5% protein) at 364.99 $/mt fob

- Aug 5 - Japan bought 92,285 MT of food wheat for October shipment:

  • 32,245 MT of hard red winter US wheat;
  • 32,235 MT of dark northern spring US wheat;
  • 27,805 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat;

- Aug 4 - Turkey's TMO bought 245,000 MT of red milling wheat for Sept 16-30 shipment:

  • 50,000 MT, 11.5%, from Viterra at 297.40 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from Erkan at 308.90 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from Orsett at 302.00 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from GTCS at 299.90 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from Erser at 299.50 $/mt c&f Tekirdag
  • 50,000 MT, 12.5%, from Rolweg at 298.68 $/mt c&f Samsun
  • 20,000 MT, 11.5%, from GTCS at 299.95 $/mt c&f Trabzon
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from GTCS at 299.70 $/mt c&f Karasu

- Aug 3 - Algeria's OAIC bought about 300,000-360,000 MT of optional-origin milling wheat at around 320-323 $/mt c&f for Aug-Sept shipment           

- Aug 2 - Egypt's GASC bought 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Cofco at 293.74 $/mt c&f (261.49 fob+32.25 freight) for Sept 24-Oct 4 shipment

- July 27 - Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) bought 220,000 MT of wheat from Dreyfus (110 TMT) and CHS (110 TMT) at 304 $/mt c&f for Sept shipment

- July 27 - Egypt's GASC bought 180,000 MT of wheat from Ukraine (120,000 MT) and Romania (60,000 MT) for Sept 20-30 shipment:

  • 60,000 MT of Ukrainian wheat from Nibulon at 279.00 $/mt c&f (244.50 fob+34.50 freight);
  • 60,000 MT of Ukrainian wheat from Inerco at 279.30 $/mt c&f (244.80 fob+34.50 freight);
  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Viterra at 279.91 $/mt c&f (246.86 fob+33.05 freight)

- July 27 - Jordan bought 60,000 MT of optional-origin milling wheat from CHS at 285 $/mt c&f for the first half of January shipment

- July 27 - South Korea's Feed Leaders Committee (FLC) in a private deal purchased 65,000 MT of Black Sea-origin feed wheat from Cofco at 293.74 $/mt c&f for Sept 20-Oct 20 shipment

- July 18 - The lowest offer in Bangladesh’s tender for 50,000 MT of wheat came in at 335 $/mt cif liner out from Shoubhik. Other offers were: Bagadia Bros – 359.50 $/mt, and Agrocorp - 362.29 $/mt

- July 16 - An importer in the Philippines bought about 50,000 MT of Black Sea feed wheat from Midstar at 287.30 $/mt c&f for September 4-24 shipment             

- July 16 - Taiwan Flour Millers' Association bought 50,000 MT of US milling wheat for Aug 31-Sept 14 shipment (ocean freight rate from US PNW to Taiwan –  50.65 $/mt):

  • 26,335 MT of dark northern spring wheat (14.5% protein) from Columbia Grain at 395.96 $/mt fob;
  • 18,845 MT of hard red winter wheat (12.5% protein) from Posco at 308.27 $/mt fob;
  • 4,820 MT of soft white wheat (10.5% protein) from Posco at 326.18 $/mt fob

- July 15 - Japan bought 118,911 MT of food wheat for September shipment:

  • 23,720 MT of western white US wheat;
  • 10,220 MT of hard red winter US wheat;
  • 28,360 MT of dark northern spring US wheat;
  • 56,611 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat

- July 14 - Egypt's GASC bought 180,000 MT of wheat from Romania for Sept 11-20 shipment:

  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Ameropa at 262.19 $/mt c&f (231.88 fob+ 30.31 freight);
  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Ameropa at 266.88 $/mt c&f (231.88 fob+ 35.00 freight);
  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from CHS at 266.88 $/mt c&f (231.88 fob+ 35.00 freight)

- July 13 - Turkey's TMO bought 395,000 MT of red milling wheat for Aug 16-30 shipment:

  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Dreyfus at 254.8 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5% from Orsett at 256.8 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Rolweg at 263.4 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Yayla at 259.55 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 50,000 MT, 11.5% from Viterra at 265.4 $/mt c&f Mersin
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Yayla at 259.45 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Agrozan at 259.45 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Cargill at 255.99 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from GTCS at 256.98 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Sierentz at 255.8 $/mt c&f Tekirdag
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Orsett at 256.8 $/mt c&f Tekirdag
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Rolweg at 253.88 $/mt c&f Samsun
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Meke at 254.88 $/mt c&f Samsun
  • 20,000 MT, 11.5% from Prime at 255.43 $/mt c&f Trabzon
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5% from Bek at 255.19 $/mt c&f Karasu

- July 9 - Saudi Arabia’s SAGO bought 505,000 MT of wheat (445 TMT with 12.5% protein, and 60 TMT with 11% protein) of EU, North and South American, Australian and Black Sea origin at an average price of 287 $/mt c&f in 8 consignments for October shipment to the ports of Jeddah (125 TMT), Dammam (130 TMT) and Yanbu (250 TMT):

  • Dammam Sea Port:
    • 65,000 MT of hard wheat from Viterra at 294.94 $/mt c&f (Oct 1-10)
    • 65,000 MT of hard wheat from Viterra at 295.94 $/mt c&f (Oct 20-30)
  • Yanbu Sea Port:
    • 65,000 MT of hard wheat from Viterra at 286.19 $/mt c&f (Oct 1-10)
    • 60,000 MT of hard wheat from Louis Dreyfus at 287.12 $/mt c&f (Oct 1-10)
    • 65,000 MT of hard wheat from Viterra at 284.19 $/mt c&f (Oct 20-30)
    • 60,000 MT of hard wheat from Louis Dreyfus at 284.84 $/mt c&f (Oct 20-30)
  • Jeddah Sea Port:
    • 65,000 MT of hard wheat from Viterra at 286.94 $/mt c&f (Oct 10-20)
    • 60,000 MT of soft wheat from Louis Dreyfus at 274.74 $/mt c&f (Oct 20-30)

-  July 9 - South Korea's Major Feedmill Group (MFG) in a private deal purchased 65,000 MT of Black Sea feed wheat from Viterra at 287.49 $/mt c&f + 1.5 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Sept 21-Oct 10 shipment

- July 8 - Algeria's OAIC bought about 30,000 MT of optional-origin milling wheat at around 288 $/mt c&f for August shipment       

- July 8 - Japan bought 108,175 MT of food wheat for September shipment:

  • 17,065 MT of western white US wheat;
  • 32,155 MT of hard red winter US wheat;
  • 8,410 MT of dark northern spring US wheat;
  • 23,370 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat;
  • 27,175 MT of Australian standard white wheat

- July 7 - Iran's GTC bought around 130,000 MT of Russian milling wheat for August-September shipment

- July 7 - South Korea's Nonghyup Feed Inc. (Nofi) bought 65,000 MT of optional-origin feed wheat from Viterra at 286.39 $/mt c&f + 1.25 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for November 5 arrival

- July 7 - Thai Feed Mill Association (TFMA) in Thailand purchased about 65,000 MT of Black Sea feed wheat from Al Ghurair at 281 $/mt c&f for Aug 10-Sept 10 shipment

-  July 6 - South Korea's Major Feedmill Group (MFG) in a private deal purchased 65,000 MT of Black Sea feed wheat from Viterra at 286.86 $/mt c&f + 1.25 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Sept 20-Oct 10 shipment

-  July 6 - Jordan bought 60,000 MT of optional-origin milling wheat from Ameropa at 279.95 $/mt c&f for the second half of February 2022 shipment

-  July 5 - Egypt's GASC bought 240,000 MT of wheat from Romania (180,000 MT) and Russia (60,000 MT) for Sept 1-15 shipment:

  • 60,000 MT of Russian wheat from GTCS at 267.70 $/mt c&f (240.00 fob+27.70 freight);
  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Viterra at 270.54 $/mt c&f (237.84 fob+32.70 freight);
  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from CHS at 270.54 $/mt c&f (237.84 fob+32.70 freight);
  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Ameropa at 270.54 $/mt c&f (237.84 fob+32.70 freight)

- June 30 - Turkey's TMO bought 395,000 MT of red milling wheat for July 19-Aug 21 shipment:

  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from Samanci at 264.90 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from Viterra at 265.00 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 50,000 MT, 11.5%, from GTCS at 266.90 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from GTCS at 264.90 $/mt c&f Mersin
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from Erser at 264.80 $/mt c&f Mersin
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from Yayla at 262.80 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from Erser at 262.90 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from Orsett at 262.90 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from Orsett at 260.90 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 50,000 MT, 11.5%, from Samanci at 259.15 $/mt c&f Tekirdag
  • 50,000 MT, 11.5%, from Aston at 251.00 $/mt c&f Samsun
  • 20,000 MT, 11.5%, from Aston at 252.09 $/mt c&f Trabzon
  • 25,000 MT, 11.5%, from Cargill at 252.90 $/mt c&f Karasu

- June 30 - Tunisia's state grains agency bought 100,000 MT of optional-origin soft wheat:

  • 25,000 MT from Soufflet at 281.94 $/mt c&f for July 15-August 5 shipment;
  • 25,000 MT from Soufflet at 277.94 $/mt c&f for July 20-August 10 shipment;
  • 25,000 MT from Viterra at 283.48 $/mt c&f for July 25-August 15 shipment;
  • 25,000 MT from Viterra at 283.48 $/mt c&f for August 5-25 shipment

- June 30 - South Korean flour mills bought about 77,000 MT of US milling wheat from CHS for September 1-30:

  • 31,260 MT of soft white wheat (11% protein) at 312.77 $/mt fob;
  • 2,310 MT of soft white wheat (9% protein) at 367.88 $/mt fob;
  • 13,230 MT of hard red winter wheat (11.5% protein) at 283.65 $/mt fob;
  • 17,600 MT of northern spring wheat (14% protein) at 343.36 $/mt fob;
  • 12,600 MT of northern spring wheat (14% protein) at 345.20 $/mt fob

- June 28 - Egypt's GASC bought 180,000 MT of wheat from Romania for Aug 25-Sept 5 shipment:

  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Cargill at 270.78 $/mt c&f (242.93 fob+27.85 freight);
  • 120,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Ameropa at 270.78 $/mt c&f (242.93 fob+27.85 freight)

- June 24 - Japan bought 159,665 MT of food wheat:

  • 15,500 MT of western white US wheat for Aug 11-Sep 10 shipment;
  • 14,000 MT of hard red winter US wheat for Aug 11-Sep 10 shipment;
  • 29,160 MT of dark northern spring US wheat for Aug 11-Sep 10 shipment;
  • 26,940 MT of dark northern spring US wheat for August shipment;
  • 37,000 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat for Aug 11-Sep 10 shipment;
  • 37,065 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat for August shipment

- June 24 - Taiwan Flour Millers' Association bought 55,000 MT of US milling wheat from CHS for Aug 12-26 shipment (ocean freight rate from US PNW to Taiwan –  53.26 $/mt):

  • 26,791 MT of dark northern spring wheat (14.5% protein) at 350.16 $/mt fob;
  • 22,405 MT of hard red winter wheat (12.5% protein) at 291.47 $/mt fob;
  • 5,804 MT of soft white wheat (10.5% protein) at 343.00 $/mt fob.

- June 23 - Iran's GTC bought around 195,000 MT of milling wheat at 275-280 €/mt c&f for August-September shipment

- June 22 - Thai Feed Mill Association (TFMA) in Thailand purchased about 65,000 MT of optional-origin feed wheat from Cargill at 289.5 $/mt c&f for August shipment

- June 17 - Japan bought 207,472 MT of food wheat:

  • 32,572 MT of western white US wheat for August shipment;
  • 39,160 MT of hard red winter US wheat for August shipment;
  • 37,330 MT of dark northern spring US wheat for August shipment;
  • 74,660 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat for August shipment;
  • 23,750 MT of Australian standard white wheat for July 21-August 20 shipment

- June 16 - Iran's GTC bought around 195,000 MT of milling wheat at 275-280 €/mt c&f for shipment in June and July

- June 15 - South Korea's Major Feedmill Group (MFG) purchased 65,000 MT of optional-origin feed wheat from Olam at 304.25 $/mt c&f including a surcharge for additional port unloading for Oct 30 arrival

- June 11 - South Korea's Major Feedmill Group (MFG) purchased 65,000 MT of optional-origin feed wheat from CHS at 313.00 $/mt c&f + 2.5 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for July 15-Aug 5 shipment

- June 10 - Japan bought 181,355 MT of food wheat:

  • 35,740 MT of western white US wheat for July shipment;
  • 26,560 MT of hard red winter US wheat for July shipment;
  • 32,590 MT of dark northern spring US wheat for July shipment;
  • 37,000 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat for July shipment;
  • 49,465 MT of Australian standard white wheat for July 21-August 20 shipment

- June 10 - Tunisia's state grains agency bought 50,000 MT of optional-origin soft wheat from Promising International at 297.75 $/mt c& for July 1-25 shipment

- June 10 - Philippines importers bought about 50,000 MT of Australian feed wheat from CHS at 320-325 $/mt c&f for July shipment

- June 8 - Algeria's OAIC bought about 450,000-500,000 MT of optional-origin milling wheat at around 297.5-298 $/mt c&f for July-August shipment

- June 2 - Iran's GTC bought 195,000 MT of milling wheat for shipment in June and July

- May 31 - The lowest offer in Bangladesh’s tender for 50,000 MT of wheat came in at 339.33 $/mt cif liner out from Aston. Other offer was from Agrocorp - 344.38 $/mt

- May 28 - Saudi Arabia’s SAGO bought 562,000 MT of wheat (12.5% protein) of EU, North and South American, Australian and Black Sea origin at an average price of 299.55 $/mt c&f in 9 consignments for Aug-Sept shipment to the ports of Jeddah (245 TMT), Yanbu (190 TMT) and Dammam (127 TMT):

  • Jeddah:
    • 65,000 MT from Agrorodeo at 300.58 $/mt c&f (Aug 10-20)
    • 60,000 MT from Holbud Limited at 296.97 $/mt c&f (Sept 1-10)
    • 60,000 MT from Olam at 292.50 $/mt c&f (Sept 20-30)
    • 60,000 MT from Holbud Limited at 295.00 $/mt c&f (Sept 20-30)
  • Yanbu:
    • 60,000 MT from Solaris at 299.20 $/mt c&f (Aug 20-30)
    • 65,000 MT from ADM Hellas at 293.14 $/mt c&f (Sept 10-20)
    • 65,000 MT wheat from Cargill at 297.54 $/mt c&f (Sept 10-20)
  • Dammam:
    • 65,000 MT from Agrorodeo at 310.71 $/mt c&f (Aug 1-10)
    • 62,000 MT from Louis Dreyfus at 309.65 $/mt c&f (Sept 10-20)

- May 27 - Algeria's OAIC bought at least 210,000 MT of optional-origin durum wheat at around 380-385 $/mt c&f for July shipment

- May 27 - Japan bought 124,620 MT of food wheat for July shipments:

  • 16,050 MT of western white US wheat;
  • 29,510 MT of hard red winter US wheat;
  • 18,180 MT of dark northern spring US wheat;
  • 60,880 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat

- May 27 - Flour millers in Indonesia bought 60,000 MT of Black Sea wheat at around 310 $/mt c&f for August shipment

- May 24 - Egypt's GASC bought 240,000 MT of wheat from Romania for August 8-22 shipment:

  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Grain Export at 273.00 $/mt c&f (254.00 fob+19.00 freight);
  • 60,000 MT of Romanian wheat from Glencore at 277.80 $/mt c&f (258.80 fob+19.00 freight);
  • 120,000 MT of Romanian wheat from ADM at 277.80 $/mt c&f (258.80 fob+19.00 freight)

- May 20 - Japan bought 121,501 MT of food wheat for July shipments:

  • 22,760 MT of western white US wheat;
  • 10,300 MT of hard red winter US wheat;
  • 30,481 MT of dark northern spring US wheat;
  • 31,830 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat;
  • 26,130 MT of Australian standard white wheat

- May 20 - Algeria's OAIC bought about 300,000-400,000 MT of optional-origin milling wheat at around 295 $/mt c&f for July shipment

- May 19 - Philippines importers bought about 25,000 MT of Australian feed wheat from GrainCorp at 323 $/mt c&f for Aug 16-31 shipment. Also they bought 15,000 MT of Australian feed barley

- May 14 - Japan bought 122,180 MT of food wheat for July shipments:

  • 13,850 MT of western white US wheat;
  • 12,890 MT of hard red winter US wheat;
  • 34,060 MT of dark northern spring US wheat;
  • 34,860 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat;
  • 26,520 MT of Australian standard white wheat

- May 13 - Taiwan Flour Millers' Association bought 89,425 MT of US milling wheat in two consignments:

  • The first consignment has an additional charge of 59.70 $/mt for ocean shipping from the US Pacific North West coast to Taiwan for July 2-16 shipment:
    • 22,170 MT of dark northern spring wheat (14.5% protein) from CHS at 323.62 $/mt fob;
    • 15,155 MT of hard red winter wheat (12.5% protein) from ADM at 309.29 $/mt fob;
    • 5,180 MT of soft white wheat (10.5% protein) from CHS at 314.25 $/mt fob.
  • The second consignment has an additional charge of 54.35 $/mt for ocean shipping from the US Pacific North West coast to Taiwan for July 19-Aug 2 shipment:
    • 26,080 MT of dark northern spring wheat (14.5% protein) from CHS at 323.62 $/mt fob;
    • 15,100 MT of hard red winter wheat (12.5% protein) from ADM at 313.12 $/mt fob;
    • 5,740 MT of soft white wheat (10.5% protein) from CHS at 305.06 $/mt fob.

- May 7 - South Korea's Feed Leaders Committee (FLC) in a private deal purchased about 60,000 MT of feed wheat from the Black Sea region from CHS at 329.9 $/mt c&f + 2 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Aug 10 arrival

- May 6 - The lowest offer in Bangladesh’s tender for 50,000 MT of wheat came in at 324.90 $/mt cif liner out from Shoubhik. Other offers were: Remo Exports – 325 $/mt, and Agrocorp - 359.83 $/mt

- May 4 - Importers in the Philippines bought 60,000 MT of feed wheat from Australia at 315-320 $/mt c&f for June-July shipment

CORN

- Aug 18 - Qatar seeks 100,000 MT of optional-origin barley for Sept-Nov shipment

- Aug 6 - Tunisia's state grains agency bought 100,000 MT of optional-origin feed barley Aug 20-Sept 25:

  • 25,000 MT from Casillo at 295.89 $/mt c&f;
  • 25,000 MT from Viterra at 297.48 $/mt c&f;
  • 25,000 MT from Viterra at 297.98 $/mt;
  • 25,000 MT from Cargill at 292.97 $/mt c&f

- Aug 3 - Taiwan's MFIG bought 55,000 MT of South African corn from Viterra at a premium of 249.38 USc/bushel c&f over the Chicago December corn contract (315 $/mt, c&f) for Oct 21-Nov 9 shipment

- July 28 - South Korea's Feed Leaders Committee (FLC) in a private deal bought 65,000 MT of optional-origin corn from Cargill at 314.99 $/mt c&f + 1.25 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for November 5 arrival

- July 12 - Turkey's TMO bought 440,000 MT of feed barley for July 29-Aug 16 shipment:

  • 25,000 MT from Vait at 236.70 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 25,000 MT from Bek Tarim at 236.90 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 25,000 MT from Erser at 242.40 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 25,000 MT from Yayla at 242.30 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 50,000 MT from Viterra at 236.00 $/mt c&f Mersin
  • 25,000 MT from Agrozan at 236.80 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 25,000 MT from Yayla at 236.80 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 25,000 MT from AP Zerno at 236.50 $/mt c&f Bandırma
  • 25,000 MT from Bek Tarım at 236.70 $/mt c&f Bandırma
  • 25,000 MT from Bek Tarım at 237.00 $/mt c&f Tekirdag
  • 25,000 MT from Agrozan at 237.00 $/mt c&f Tekirdag
  • 25,000 MT from Meke Tarım at 237.40 $/mt c&f Samsun
  • 25,000 MT from Promaks at 237.40 $/mt c&f Samsun
  • 20,000 MT from Prime at 237.50 $/mt c&f Trabzon
  • 20,000 MT from Meke Tarım at 237.70 $/mt c&f Trabzon
  • 25,000 MT from Meke Tarım at 238.90 $/mt c&f Karasu
  • 25,000 MT from GTCS at 239.00 $/mt c&f Karasu

- July 12 - South Korea's Nonghyup Feed Inc. (NOFI) bought 68,000 MT of optional-origin corn from Viterra at a premium of 237.39 US cents/bu c&f over the Chicago Dec contract (~ 303 $/mt c&f) + 1.75 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Oct-Nov arrival

- July 9 - South Korea's Major Feedmill Group (MFG) in a private deal purchased 69,000 MT of South American corn from Cargill at 289.50 $/mt c&f + 1.50 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Aug 30-Sept 18 shipment

- July 7 - Jordan bought 60,000 MT of optional-origin feed barley from Cargill at 271.95 $/mt c&f for shipment in the first half of November         

- July 2 - South Korea's Feed Leaders Committee (FLC) in a private deal bought 65,000 MT of Black Sea corn from CHS at 289.90 $/mt c&f + 1.25 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for October 6-25 shipment

- June 30 - Tunisia's state grains agency bought 100,000 MT of optional-origin feed barley:

  • 25,000 MT from Viterra at 269.98 $/mt c&f for July 15-August 5 shipment;
  • 25,000 MT from Viterra at 270.48 $/mt c&f for July 20-August 10 shipment;
  • 25,000 MT from Cofco at 271.94 $/mt c&f for July 25-August 15 shipment;
  • 25,000 MT from Viterra at 271.48 $/mt c&f for August 5-25 shipment

- June 30 - Taiwan's MFIG bought 55,000 MT of South African corn from Viterra at a premium of 233.82 USc/bushel c&f over the Chicago December corn contract (323 $/mt, c&f) for Sept 21-Oct 10 shipment

- June 22 - Turkey's TMO bought over 320,000 MT of feed barley for July 2-18 shipment:

  • 25,000 MT from Cofco at 273.60 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 25,000 MT from Solaris at 274.30 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 50,000 MT from Viterra at 274.40 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 50,000 MT from Viterra at 271.30 $/mt c&f Mersin
  • 25,000 MT from Ameropa at 274.30 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 25,000 MT from Cargill at 267 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 25,000 MT from Erser at 268.90 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 25,000 MT from Ameropa at 271 $/mt c&f Tekirdag
  • 25,000 MT from Ameropa at 264.90 $/mt c&f Samsun
  • 20,000 MT from Aston at 266.90 $/mt c&f Trabzon
  • 25,000 MT from Bek Tarim at 265.90 $/mt c&f Karasu

- June 18 - South Korea's Major Feedmill Group (MFG) bought about 136,000 MT of South American corn from Cofco in two 68,000 MT consignments for Oct 5 and Oct 10 arrival both in a combination of outright price and premiums over Chicago corn futures – at 295.21 $/mt c&f and at a premium of 198.50 US cents/bu over the Chicago Sept contract + 1.5 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading

- June 18 - South Korea's Feed Leaders Committee (FLC) bought 65,000 MT of optional-origin corn from Cofco at 295.21 $/mt c&f + 1.5 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for October 3 arrival

- June 18 - South Korea Feed Association (KFA) in a private deal bought 64,000 MT of optional-origin corn from Pan Ocean at 299.99 $/mt c&f for October 25 arrival

- June 16 - South Korea Feed Association (KFA) in a private deal bought 60,000 MT of optional-origin corn from Cofco at 315 $/mt c&f for September 30 arrival

- May 26 -  South Korea's Major Feedmill Group (MFG) in a private deal purchased 68,000 MT of corn from South America or South Africa from Cofco at a premium of 235 US cents/bu over the Chicago September contract (305.6 USD/т c&f) plus a 1.25 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Sept 28 arrival           

- May 26 - South Korea's Nonghyup Feed Inc. (Nofi) bought 137,000 MT of optional-origin corn:

  • 68,000 MT from Pan Ocean at 306.8 $/mt c&f plus a 1.5 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Sept 20 arrival;
  • 69,000 MT from Cargill at 307.38 $/mt c&f plus a 1.25 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Sept 30 arrival

- May 19 - Taiwan's MFIG bought 65,000 MT of Argentina corn from Cargill at a premium of 268.25 USc/bushel c&f over the Chicago Dec 2021 corn contract (about 319.5 $/mt, c&f) for Aug 6-25 shipment

- May 14 - South Korea Feed Association (KFA Busan) bought 60,000 MT of optional-origin corn from Cofco at 337.12 $/mt c&f + 1.50 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for September 5 arrival           

- May 14 - South Korea's Major Feedmill Group (MFG) bought 138,000 MT of optional-origin corn from ADM at 331.99 $/mt c&f + 1.5 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading in two 69,000 MT consignments for Sept 14 and Sept 21 arrival

- May 14 - South Korea's Feed Leaders Committee (FLC) bought 65,000 MT of optional-origin corn from CHS at 335.50 $/mt c&f + 1.25 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Sept 20 arrival

- May 6 - South Korea's Nonghyup Feed Inc. (NOFI) bought up to 276,000 MT of optional-origin corn. All the purchases have an additional 1.50 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading:

  • up to 69,000 MT from Cofco at a premium of 237 US cents/bu over the Chicago September contract (341.7 USD/т c&f) for Sept 1 arrival
  • up to 69,000 MT from Avere at a premium of 235 US cents/bu (340.9 USD/т c&f) for Sept 10 arrival
  • up to 69,000 MT from Pan Ocean at a premium of 237 US cents/bu (341.7 USD/т c&f) for Oct 5 arrival
  • up to 69,000 MT from ADM at a premium of 237 US cents/bu (341.7 USD/т c&f) for Oct 15 arrival

- May 5 - Tunisia's state grains agency bought 50,000 MT of optional-origin feed barley for June 10-20 shipment:

  • 25,000 MT from Dreyfus at 278.15 $/mt c&f;
  • 25,000 MT from Viterra at 279.68 $/mt c&f

SOYBEAN

- Aug 3 - Egypt’s GASC bought 3,000 MT of local soybean oil at 19,750 EGP/mt (1,252 $/mt) from Multitrade for October 1-20 arrival    

- June 22 - Egypt's GASC bought 10,000 MT of sunflower oil and 70,000 MT of soybean oil for Sept 5-30 arrival:

  • 10,000 MT of sunflower oil from ADM at 1,133 $/mt c&f
  • 30,000 MT of soybean oil from ADM at 1,184 $/mt c&f
  • 30,000 MT of soybean oil from Posco at 1,184 $/mt c&f
  • 5,000 MT of local soybean oil from Safa at 18,553 EGP/mt (1,176.5 $/mt)
  • 5,000 MT of local soybean oil from El Magd at 18,553 EGP/mt (1,176.5 $/mt)

- June 8 - Egypt's GASC bought 40,000 MT of sunflower oil and 60,000 MT of soybean oil for Aug 1-20 arrival:

  • 30,000 MT of soybean oil from ADM at 1,299 $/mt c&f
  • 30,000 MT of soybean oil from Cargill at 1,299 $/mt c&f
  • 30,000 MT of sunflower oil from Cofco at 1,368 $/mt c&f
  • 10,000 MT of sunflower oil from ADM at 1,368 $/mt c&f

- May 20 - South Korea’s Feed Buying Group (FBG) bought 60,000 MT of optional-origin soymeal from Cofco at 497.99 $/mt c&f including a surcharge for additional port unloading for Nov 10 arrival

- May 11 - Egypt’s GASC bought 29,000 MT of local soybean oil at 21,200 EGP/mt (1348,6 $/mt) for July 16-Aug 5 shipment from Alexseeds (12 TMT), El Magd (10 TMT), Safa (4 TMT) and Uccma (3 TMT). Also GASC bought 10,000 MT of sunflower oil from ADM at 1590 $/mt c&f for July 11-31 arrival