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(Mediterranean Agricultural Information Network) Fostering cooperation and experience sharing among the national information systems on agricultural (cereals) markets in the Mediterranean. The network of 13 countries is coordinated by CIHEAM, and more specifically by its Mediterranean Agronomic Institute (MAI) of Montpellier.
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AMIS crops at a glance: new data dashboard

AMIS crops at a glance: new data dashboard | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it
AMIS, 27/02/2019 - A new data dashboard provides a quick overview of the global food market situation. Explore key indicators such as world production, utilization and stocks or find out the biggest importers and exporters of the four AMIS crops: wheat, maize, rice and soybeans. Interactive charts allow you to familiarize yourself with the AMIS data before deepening your research through custom queries in the AMIS Market Database.
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New AMIS Market Monitor: November 2018

New AMIS Market Monitor: November 2018 | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it

November issue, released on 01/11/2018 by AMIS

"With impacts of adverse weather having largely faded and tariff hikes already factored in, markets have become calmer in recent weeks. Nevertheless, despite firmer production estimates and the increased likelihood of a generally positive supply situation in the 2018/19 season, robust demand has kept prices tilted to the upside. Recent strong movements in currency and energy markets seem to have had little impact on market sentiment. The market’s focus is gradually shifting to growing conditions of crops in the ground or soon to be planted, against a backdrop of uncertainty given a possible El Niño event."

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GEOGLAM Crop Monitor for AMIS of September 2018

GEOGLAM Crop Monitor for AMIS of September 2018 | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it

GEOGLAM Crop Monitor of September 2018 released on September 5, based on information as of 28 August 2018.

As of the end of August, soybean conditions are favourable while wheat, maize, and rice conditions are mixed. Winter wheat in the northern hemisphere has wrapped up with further reduced yield prospects in the EU and Ukraine. While spring wheat conditions are favourable with the exception of Canada. For maize in the southern hemisphere, the summer-planted crop in Brazil finishes up with a good national production despite lower yields. In the northern hemisphere, conditions are mixed in Europe and exceptional in the US. Rice in China and India are favourable while in Southeast Asia conditions are mixed. Soybean conditions are exceptional in US Midwest and mostly favourable throughout the rest of the northern hemisphere.

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To download the full report, click here https://cropmonitor.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/AMIS_CropMonitor_201809.pdf

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April report on Grain Market Trends

April report on Grain Market Trends | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it

Monthly report of April 2018.

The Market Monitor tracks current and expected future trends in international food markets including market and policy drivers, and detects conditions that warrant the attention of policy makers.

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Crop Monitor for AMIS | December 2018

Crop Monitor for AMIS | December 2018 | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it

AMIS Crop Monitor released on 6 December 2018

As of the end of November, conditions are generally favourable for all four crops with most seasons drawing to a close in the northern hemisphere. Winter wheat in the southern hemisphere is entering harvest under generally favourable conditions with the exception of Australia. In the northern hemisphere winter wheat is going into dormancy with some areas of concern in China and Europe. Maize sowing in the southern hemisphere is progressing under favourable conditions, albeit with some dryness in South Africa. Rice in Asia is generally favourable with some mixed conditions in Thailand and the Philippines. Soybean conditions are favourable as sowing progresses in Brazil and Argentina.

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Agricultural Market Information System: November 2018 Crop Monitoring Bulletin

Agricultural Market Information System: November 2018 Crop Monitoring Bulletin | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it

by AMIS, 01/11/2018

The November Crop Monitor for AMIS countries has been released.

Despite a generally positive supply outlook for 2018/19, the latest edition of the AMIS Market Monitor notes that robust demand has kept prices tilted to the upside for all AMIS crops while recent strong movements in currency and energy markets seem to have had little impact on market sentiment. With El Niño possibly developing later this year, the market’s focus is gradually shifting to growing conditions of crops in the ground or soon to be planted.

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La flambée des cours du blé n’est pas à craindre

La flambée des cours du blé n’est pas à craindre | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it

par AFP, 11/08/2018

Alors que les cours du blé, produit vital et céréale hautement géostratégique, ont touché les 219 euros la tonne sur le marché à terme européen cette semaine, un pic inégalé depuis plus de quatre ans, Nasser Mahamane, économiste à la FAO à Rome, est serein. « Le monde sort de plus de quatre années de très bonne production de blé et les indicateurs ne sont pas alarmants, car on dispose de suffisamment de produits pour nourrir la planète », explique-t-il.

«  Notre indice compilant les prix réels des céréales avait grimpé à 232 dollars lors de la précédente crise en 2007, or aujourd’hui il n’est qu’à 160,9 dollars  », dit-il.

Principale différence, la taille des stocks mondiaux de céréales est très élevée alors qu’ils étaient à un faible niveau en 2007/2008. De plus, les pays importateurs de céréales et les pays exportateurs se parlent et les marchés ont «  beaucoup appris  » des crises passées, assure Peter Thoenes, économiste à la FAO. Avec l’initiative «  AMIS » lancée par la FAO sur recommandation du G20 et de 10 autres organisations intergouvernementales, les pays importateurs et les pays exportateurs sont désormais «  autour d’une même table  » pour partager leurs prévisions de récolte et réagir ensemble, rappelle-t-il.

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