Ukrainian corn has become cheaper in almost all export sectors due to a purchase freeze in Odessa ports

Last week, most export sectors from Ukraine were dominated by the dynamics of falling prices for Corn.

This market congestion is caused by an increase in the supply of grain towards border crossings and Danube ports, since most merchants in the ports of Greater Odessa with low activity are signing new contracts with importers.

First of all, this is due to total uncertainty about the further operation of the grain corridor, the inactive admission of new cargo ships and, accordingly, accumulation of large stocks in the port area and the inability to unload the railway, which appeared literally on the access roads. The faster cheapening of corn is due to the active export rate, the low grain harvest von 2022 und die Frage nach einer möglichen Überwinterung auf den Feldern behindert, was sich negativ auf die Qualität auswirkt. Darüber hinaus kann die Maisernte in der EU in 2022/23 in 15 Jahren minimal werden, was die Nachfrage der Importeure dieser Länder nach ukrainischem Grains strengthened.

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