Current Commodity Prices

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PORT GRADE PREV PRICE PRICE CHANGE
FX Spot USD Cur 0.8979 - -
FX Spot CAD Cur 0.9831 - -
ICE C Fut Spot 406.4 - -
Alb 13 W Alb APW2 FIS 240 - -
Esp 13 W Esp APW2 FIS 245 - -
Ger 13 W Ger APW2 FIS 255 - -
Kwi 13 W Kwi APW2 FIS 260 - -
Kwi 13 W Kwi Bs Spot USĀ¢/bu 147 - -
Kwi 13 L Kwi LUP1 FIS - - -
Kwi 13 C Kwi CAN1 FIS 455 - -
CBOT W Fut Dec 14 488.5 - -
14 W Swap AU CBOT Dec 14 200 - -
Alb 13 B Alb BFED1 FIS - - -
Kwi 14 C Kwi CAN1 FIS 467 - -
Ger 14 C Ger CAN1 FIS 467 - -
Esp 14 C Esp CAN1 FIS 467 - -
Kwi 14 C Kwi CAG1 FIS 447 - -
Esp 14 C Esp CAG1 FIS 447 - -
Alb 14 C Alb CAG1 FIS 437 - -
Ger 14 W Ger Bs Dec 14 A$/t 70 - -
Kwi 14 L Kwi LUP1 FIS 296 - -
Kwi 14 B Kwi BFED1 FIS 242 - -
Ger 14 B Ger BFED1 FIS 234 - -
Kwi 14 B Kwi BAUD1 FIS 284 - -
Esp 14 B Esp BAUD1 FIS 273 - -
Alb 14 B Alb BFOD1 FIS 258 - -
Currency, futures and derivative prices are previous session close.

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CBH Charges for 14/15

16th Sep 2014

CBH today released updated charges for the 14/15 season.


Receival Fees:


(last year in brackets)



  • Wheat/Lupins $10.20/t ($10.00)

  • Barley/Oats $11.50/t ($11.30)

  • Canola $16.70/t ($16.40)


Out-Turn Charge:



  • $10.10/t ($9.90)


Carry Over Charges:


Old crop (13/14) incurs a carry charge per month of:



  • October $3.90/t

  • November $2.80/t

  • December $2.80/t

  • Then $2.20/t per month thereafter.

Shipping Slots- CBH/ACCC

9th Sep 2014


  • The industry has been waiting on resolution to LTA (Long Term Shipping Agreements) between CBH and the ACCC.

  • Last night, CBH withdrew their LTA proposal to the ACCC.

  • There was adverse feedback from some merchants to the ACCC which lead to the withdrawal of the proposed LTAs.

  • This means the industry will return to the more traditional "auction system" for shipping slots in mid-Sept.

CBH to Trial APW1

8th Sep 2014


  • APW1 will be available as a common stack segregation across WA for the 14/15 harvest.

  • Minimum protein levels: APW2 10%, APW1 10.5%.

  • CBH can apply APW1 to any existing APW2 MG contracts on request.

  • APW1 will be included on CBH multigrade contracts from now on.

  • For the trial, you will only be able to optimise out of and not in to the APW1 grade.

  • WA is currently the only state in Australia to not use APW1 with a minimum of 10.5% protein as the core milling grade.

GIWA Sept Report

3rd Sep 2014

The Grain Industry Association of WA (GIWA) estimate the total WA grain crop at 13.6mmt vs. last year 17.0mmt. Their estimate is down 1.3mmt from last month.


The WA wheat crop is estimated at 8.3mmt vs last year 10.2mmt.


Canola is at 1.7mmt vs 1.8mmt last year.


Dowerin Field Days

21st Aug 2014


  • MarketAg in conjunction with Grainmarket will be at the Dowerin Field Days on the 27th and 28th of August, 2014.

  • We will be site number 44 on the main oval.