Wheat price continues to fall in the global markets

Updated Sep 26, 2023
The price of wheat continues to fall in international markets. In the week of September 13 to 20, it fell 1.9% abroad to 293.6 dollars per ton, reported the Central Reserve Bank (BCR) in its latest Weekly Report.
16:43 | Lima, set. 25. The monetary entity indicated that the fall was due to the entry of record exports from Russia and the departure of grain from the Ukrainian port of Chornomorsk, in the midst of the confrontation between both countries. -BCR: credit to individuals expanded 9.8% year-on-year in August 2023 So far this year, the value of wheat has decreased 23.4%, after having closed 2022 slightly above $360 per ton. Corn price On the other hand, the price of corn increased 0.8% to 178.4 dollars per ton in the same period analyzed. According to the BCR, the increase was due to the rise in the price of oil, which improves the prospects for ethanol demand. Another factor was also the ban on the entry of Ukrainian grains by Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, which led to Ukraine's complaint to the World Trade Organization (WTO). However, so far this year, the value of corn has fallen by 30.5%, compared to almost $250 per ton at the end of last year. Soy oil Meanwhile, the price of ...
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