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Moderators and speakers: Olga Olshevska, Irina Druzhkova, Yuri Kornienko, Anna Stukalenko, Oleksandr Shershun, Alexei Sakalyuk, Anastasia Ivanova, Dmitry Skaliy, Artyom Bogdanov
October 17, 2017 in the exhibition center "KyivExpoPlaza" will be held the seminar "Complex processing of raw materials into food and feed products" and workshop "Topical issues of the regulatory framework, processing, storing and managing quality of graiOctober 17, 2017, the exhibition center "KyivExpoPlaza"
10.00-17.00, hall 7
I. Seminar "Complex processing of raw materials into food and feed products"
October 17, 2017, the exhibition center "KyivExpoPlaza"
14.30-18.30 hall № 1
II. Training 17.10.2017 G. "Current issues of the regulatory framework, processing, storing and managing quality of grain"
Most of the week grain prices were on the rise. Investors covered short positions after falling for wheat and corn, that kept the purchase.
This was reported in the review of FOREX CLUB.
Dynamics of prices reflect the speculative mood in anticipation of the forecasts for the new crop and stocks of grain from the Ministry of agriculture of the United States.
On the Chicago Mercantile exchange CME December contract for wheat rose 0.8 percent to $437,75 100 Bush, corn fell 0.2% to $356,75 100 Bush, soy rose 1.8% to $962 per 100 Bush.
"The market may be volatile, but the proximity of prices to multi-month lows to keep from falling further. Thus, any evidence of reduced supply or increased consumption target increase", — predicts senior analyst at FOREX CLUB Andrey Shevchishin.
December futures can be:
on wheat — $430-445 100 Bush;
corn — $335-370 for 100 Bush;
soybeans — $920-985 100 Bush.
Recall that global cereal production in 2017/18 MG will be 2,049 billion tons, which is 11 million tonnes more than the July forecast.
"TECHNOLOGY OF FOOD PRODUCTS AND ANIMAL FEED"
25 – 30 September 2017, Odessa