Ukrainian wheat export prices have increased $5 a tonne in the past week due to global upward trend, the APK-Inform agriculture consultancy says.
Bid prices for high-quality soft milling wheat were up to $268-$275 a tonne FOB Black Sea port, Successful Farming reported Monday citing Reuters.
Feed wheat prices rose by $4 a tonne to $261-$269 FOB Black Sea, the consultancy said.
Ukraine sold about 57 million tonnes of grain to foreign buyers in the 2019/20 season. The government has said exports could decline to 45.7 million tonnes in 2020/21 due to a weaker harvest.
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The agency also said it had retained its forecast for the country's 2021 grain harvest at 73.6 million tonnes.
In 2020, the harvest totaled 64.9 million tonnes.