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Sunflower seeds: trading is far from dead

May 5, 2021 1:47 PM, Der AUDITOR
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SOFIA/NUR-SULTAN. Despite the Orthodox Easter break, trading is not entirely subdued in Southeast Europe. Prices may change direction. On top of this, Kazakhstan intends to issue export quotas for sunflower seeds and oil.

Encouraging prospects in Bulgaria

Prospects are highly encouraging in Bulgaria. Sowing is more or less complete, and the farmers are content with the soil moisture. A good crop is to be expected unless the weather changes for the worse over the next few weeks. Offers for the new crop are, however, very limited. Issue is that the recent hikes in the cereal and oilseed markets have prompted farmers to try to drive up prices. The few offers that are available for bakery kernels from the new crop start at prices ranging at EUR 0.91-0.92/kg DDP Germany. Apart from this,

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