Agriculture Outlook: First results and future trends

Refinitiv leading experts in agriculture presented analysis of price trends, production outlook, latest trade volume and market drivers.  

Key topics: 
 
  • What will be the price trends in Black Sea Grain region and how wheat exports will perform in 2020/21 seasons?
  • What are the dryness and production prospects for late crops in Black Sea?
  • Do we still expect a record crops?
  • What will be corn export prospects for Black Sea?
  • Middle East and Africa grain trade flows amid the pandemic: latest trade volumes and market drivers.  
  • What is the impact of the pandemic on grain imports into MEA? 

Agenda
Black Sea in 2020/21 season: expectations and reality, Svetlana Malysh, Black Sea Agriculture Markets Analyst, Refinitiv
Middle East and Africa grain trade flows amid the pandemic, Worship Mugido, Market Analyst, Agricultural Research, Refinitiv



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     Speakers
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. 
Worship Mugido
Market Analyst, Agricultural Research
Refinitiv

Worship Mugido is a Market Analyst responsible for market research and analysis of agricultural flows into the Middle East and Africa. He holds a PhD degree in Environmental Science from Rhodes University and has more than 10 years of experience in the agricultural and environmental economics sectors. Prior to joining Refinitiv, Worship worked as an Agricultural Specialist at the U.S. Embassy Pretoria, South Africa.