The impact of price and supply chain due to COVID-19 in the Black Sea Region

Our experts discussed:
  • COVID-19 and Black Sea price behavior: up or down?
  • Shifts in consumers’ demand during lock down and how Black Sea region adjusts to a new reality 
  • How dry soils will impact Black Sea wheat production.
  • How spring crops, in particular corn, are likely to benefit from increased rainfall in the coming weeks.   
Agenda
COVID-19 and Black Sea grains, Svetlana Malysh, Agriculture Markets Analyst, Refinitiv
Discussion on Black Sea countries protection measures to cope with COVID-19 impact and secure the substantial food supply, Nikolay Gorbachov, President of Ukrainian Grain Association
Production outlook on wheat for Black Sea region, Aaron Grau, Senior Analyst, Refinitiv


Svetlana Malysh, Black Sea Agriculture Markets Analyst, Refinitiv

Svetlana is based in Kyiv, Ukraine and joined Refinitiv/Thomson Reuters in 2016 as a leading Black Sea Agriculture Markets Analyst. 
Earlier had been working for one of the leading Ukrainian local agriculture analytic company for 10+ years. She has also an experience of working in Ukrainian grain trading companies. 

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Aaron Grau, Senior Analyst, Refinitiv
In 2017 received PhD in Agricultural Science from Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg. After doing his Postdoc at the Department of Agricultural Economics of the Humboldt University of Berlin, he joined Refinitiv in April 2019 as a Senior Analyst. He is part of the Ag Research team and his work is focused on forecasting crop, oilseed, and sugar production in the EU, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Russia.