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State of the Grains Market
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.

Please join us for the State of the Grains Market webinar on September 28th where 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.

Sep 28, 2022 02:00 PM in London

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Timothy Worledge
Editorial Director, Agriculture @Fastmarkets
Tim is a publishing specialist drawing on thirty years of experience working in a range of media, from early teletext subtitles to cable and satellite channels through to price reporting. A late arrival in the commodity space, he worked for a decade at the world’s biggest price reporting agency, spanning front-line price reporting in clean oil products, through to leading the global agriculture team. Tim left to co-found Census Commodity Data, a specialist price reporting agency targeting emerging opportunities in the agriculture and bio-energy space, which was later acquired by Fastmarkets.
Masha Belikova
Grains News and Price Reporter @Fastmarkets
Masha Belikova has started her carrier in agriculture back in March 2014 when joined the Dnipro-based analytical ISM agency, part of Metal Courier company, where she started and developed the Black Sea and also worldwide grain trade coverage. She joined Agricensus team in 2019 with focus on the Black Sea region, with the coverage later increased to the wider regions including Asia, Australia and Europe. Masha is team lead for the Agricensus Fastmarkets Ukrainian team. Masha has been speaking at number of events and webinars, held by Global Grain, ISM, Russian Grain Union and was also giving the comments to the worldwide known media regarding the industry developments caused by the war in Ukraine.