NEWS
Fri Jul 18, 2014 01:58 PM CDT

TENDERS

DATE PRODUCT BUYER QUANTITY DELIVERY COMMENTS

06/24 Wheat Japan Donation to Togo Awaiting results

07/08 Durum Turkey 45,000 mt 08/25-10/10 Awaiting results

07/08 Food Wheat Japan 27,000 mt 10/01-10/31 Closes 07/22

07/16 Feed Wheat Japan 120,000 mt 12/01-12/26 SBS tender 7/23

07/23 Mill Wheat Jordon 100,000 mt Unknown Optional origin

------------------------------ U.S. New Sales---------------------------------

IRAQ -- State grains board purchased 100.0 TMT of hard milling wheat split

between Russian- and Canadian origins in its Jul 14 tender to buy a nominal

50.0 TMT of wheat sought to ship Sep 1-30. The Russian wheat was bought at $308.58/MT, and ...

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