As said to "Interfax" the head of the center Igor Pavensky, the export of wheat can range from 3.9 to 4 million tonnes (in August - 3.82 million tons), barley - 0,2-0,3 million tons (0.4 million tons), corn - 0.1 million tons (0.51 million tonnes). According to him, transshipment of deep-sea ports, including transshipment via the port of Kavkaz in September in accordance with current filings may be about 3.1 million tons against 3.2 million tons shipped in August (3.99 million tonnes in September 2018).
Export prices for Russian wheat with the delivery in October, last week rose $1, to $185 per ton. Last season the average price was $219 in season 2017/2018 from $186 per ton.
French milling wheat is offered at $186 per ton, Ukrainian - $184,5, American - at $212 per ton.
According to the analytical center, the purchase prices of milling wheat (protein content of 12.5%) in deepwater ports remained at 11 400-11 600 rubles per ton (excluding VAT). Prices for wheat with protein 12.5% and 13.5% is almost the same, Pavensky said.
Quotes of Russian barley for delivery in September-October in the deep-water ports fell $1, to $176,5 per ton, corn - $3.5 to $160 per ton.
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