Pre-opening 22/05/2024
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Wheat+ 2 €/t+ 11 cents
Corn+ 1 €/t+ 4 cents
Rapeseed+2 €/t
Soybean+ 4 cents
Indexes 22/05/2024
€/$1,0830 $
Oil WTI77,57 $/b

Wheat (€/t)
Sept. 24259,25+2,25
Déc. 24264,75+2,50
Mars 25267,25+2,75
Mai 25267,75+2,50
Sept. 25251,25+3,00
Corn (€/t)
Juin 24218,00-3,75
Août 24226,00-1,25
Nov. 24224,75+1,50
Mars 25229,00+1,75
Juin 25230,50+1,25
Rapeseed (€/t)
Août 24488,00+8,75
Nov. 24496,25+8,50
Févr. 25498,50+7,50
Mai 25497,75+7,25
Août 25484,00+7,75

22/05/2024

Wheat (€/t) : 23670 lots
LotsTypeStrike
1Call Sept. 24200,00
4Call Sept. 24207,00
10Call Sept. 24240,00
1Call Sept. 24255,00
1425Call Sept. 24265,00
695Call Sept. 24270,00
540Call Sept. 24280,00
1825Call Sept. 24290,00
2195Call Sept. 24300,00
300Call Sept. 24315,00
12Call Sept. 24360,00
1Call Déc. 24210,00
1Call Déc. 24211,00
22Call Déc. 24212,00
6Call Déc. 24222,00
600Call Déc. 24230,00
4500Call Déc. 24250,00
1Call Déc. 24256,00
4504Call Déc. 24265,00
813Call Déc. 24270,00
2Call Déc. 24280,00
40Call Déc. 24290,00
820Call Déc. 24300,00
6Call Mars 25268,00
70Call Mars 25310,00
20Call Mai 25237,00
4Call Mai 25268,00
400Put Sept. 24220,00
750Put Sept. 24230,00
300Put Sept. 24232,00
1525Put Sept. 24235,00
575Put Sept. 24240,00
14Put Sept. 24245,00
1Put Sept. 24250,00
50Put Sept. 24255,00
1002Put Sept. 24260,00
10Put Déc. 24225,00
1Put Déc. 24232,00
2Put Déc. 24234,00
120Put Déc. 24235,00
50Put Déc. 24240,00
190Put Déc. 24250,00
1Put Déc. 24257,00
60Put Déc. 24260,00
1Put Déc. 24265,00
1Put Déc. 24266,00
24Put Déc. 24267,00
1Put Mars 25238,00
73Put Mars 25240,00
10Put Mars 25255,00
10Put Mars 25260,00
70Put Mars 25270,00
1Put Mai 25240,00
7Put Mai 25245,00
1Put Mai 25250,00
2Put Sept. 25250,00
Corn (€/t) : 646 lots
LotsTypeStrike
60Call Août 24200,00
50Call Nov. 24225,00
50Call Nov. 24240,00
50Call Nov. 24250,00
50Call Nov. 24260,00
50Call Mars 25240,00
50Call Mars 25260,00
20Put Août 24222,00
20Put Août 24230,00
50Put Nov. 24200,00
50Put Nov. 24205,00
96Put Nov. 24210,00
50Put Mars 25205,00
Rapeseed (€/t) : 849 lots
LotsTypeStrike
2Call Nov. 24412,50
21Call Nov. 24420,00
20Call Nov. 24510,00
20Call Nov. 24550,00
20Call Nov. 24580,00
510Call Nov. 24600,00
1Call Mai 25500,00
100Put Nov. 24440,00
100Put Nov. 24480,00
5Put Févr. 25440,00
50Put Août 25445,00

Wheat (¢/b)
Juil. 24693,0000-5,7500
Sept. 24712,7500-5,5000
Déc. 24734,0000-5,5000
Mars 25749,5000-5,2500
Mai 25753,2500-5,2500
Corn (¢/b)
Juil. 24461,2500-1,0000
Sept. 24470,2500-0,7500
Déc. 24484,0000-1,0000
Mars 25496,7500-1,2500
Mai 25504,0000-1,0000
Soybean (¢/b)
Juil. 241246,2500-3,5000
Août 241243,2500-1,7500
Sept. 241222,5000-1,0000
Nov. 241218,2500-1,0000
Janv. 251229,0000-0,7500
Soy meal ($/st)
Juil. 24378,2000-0,2000
Août 24373,8000-0,1000
Sept. 24371,2000+0,1000
Oct. 24369,9000+0,1000
Déc. 24372,3000+0,0000
Soy oil (¢/lb)
Juil. 2445,8800-0,2300
Août 2446,1400-0,2200
Sept. 2446,2900-0,2200
Oct. 2446,3500-0,2000
Déc. 2446,6000-0,1900

23/05/2024

Physical (€/t)
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Durum wheat delivered La Pallice Spot - July 2024 basis340,00+0,00
Corn delivered Bordeaux Spot - July 2023 basis213,00-1,00
Corn FOB Rhin Spot - July 2023 basis208,00-1,00
Feed barley delivered Rouen - July 2024 basis225,00+2,00
Malting barley FOB Creil Spot - July 2024 basis282,00+0,00
Rapessed FOB Moselle Spot - Flat - 2024 harvest484,00+9,00
Oleic sunseed delivered St Nazaire Spot - Flat - 2023 harvest445,00+10,00
Feed peas FOB Creil Spot - August 2024 basis280,00+0,00

Events

Analysis 22/05/2024

European market

After Monday's sharp rise, the European market went through a day of consolidation yesterday. Wheat, still the leader of the uptrend, ended slightly up, unlike corn and rapeseed.
The weather is still uncertain in Russia, Ukraine, Europe, North and South America and Australia. Few of the world's major wheat producers can today boast any real peace of mind about their next harvest.
In France, excess rain is still the problem, both for winter grains, which have now been spiked, and for spring crops, where sowing and emergence are extremely tricky.
In this context, the return of wheat importers to purchases is being closely watched. Tunisia is leading the way with an invitation to tender for 100,000 t of wheat to be loaded between 5 and 30 June.

American market

The continuing drop in wheat production estimates in Russia due to frost damage and dry weather continues to fuel the rise in prices in Chicago. Wheat is now above the symbolic $7/bu mark in the near term. In the United States, HRW wheat is suffering from excessively dry weather, while SRW wheat is suffering from excess moisture. The USDA's crop rating cut by 1 point on Monday evening to 49% "good to excellent" for winter wheat therefore appears to be providing further support.
While funds continued to buy wheat in Chicago yesterday, they were selling corn and soybeans, reassured by better-than-expected progress in planting last week in the United States, with 70% and 52% planted respectively.
The USDA announced exceptional corn sales of 113,050 t to Mexico and 110,000 t to Spain. 

Black Sea market

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