Russia gradually resumes wheat exports from the Black Sea1 min read
Russia is gradually resuming wheat exports from its Black Sea ports, while shipping in the Sea of Azov remains restricted, analysts said on Monday.
Russian wheat prices remain extremely volatile, IKAR said, adding that for wheat with 12.5% protein content at Black Sea ports they were at $415 per tonne free on board (FOB) on March 11. .
“Complete navigation in the Sea of Azov is still closed, but some ships are starting to pass through the Kerch Strait (towards the Black Sea),” he added.
Russia’s recent decision to suspend grain exports to some ex-Soviet countries has yet to be approved, but according to Sovecon, market participants are already reporting unofficial restrictions on grain supplies by rail from Siberia to Kazakhstan.
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