Agriculture grain markets continue to be volatile.
While grains are shipping again from the main deep sea ports of Ukraine (Odesa, Pivdennyi and Chornomorsk), severe weather is impacting European production, supply issues are stressing key import markets, and inflation is creating a broader base of food insecurity across the globe.
At the same time, forecasts for a third La Niña climate event emerge for this winter, threatening grain crops in some of the largest exporting countries, including Argentina and Brazil and boosting outlooks for countries like Australia.
To add to this mix, the broader trend of deglobalization appears to be increasingly influenced by geopolitical relationships and affecting trade flows.
In a market undergoing multiple, simultaneous shocks, it is challenging to see what is really happening, what it really means, and how to adapt to continuously changing dynamics.
In this on-demand webinar, Tim Worledge, Editorial Director of Fastmarkets Agriculture and Masha Belikova, Editor of Fastmarkets Agriculture, located in Ukraine, help you make sense of a volatile grains market.