Bulgaria. Grain domestic prices decreased last week


Last week featured downward price trends in Bulgaria’s domestic market. Purchase prices for staple cereals in the country closed the week down on average $1-1.5/MT, primarily due to exchange rate fluctuation, reports UkrAgroConsult.

At the same time, steady demand from importers of Bulgarian wheat and corn maintains the pace of purchases. In turn, this supports export prices for the above crops.

Export market prices for milling wheat with 11.5% protein hold at $184-186/MT FOB for April-May delivery, while corn prices closed the week up some $2/MT for April-May delivery.

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