Russian Milling Wheat Rose 8% Last Week, Led Gains, SovEcon Says

Russian fourth-grade milling wheat rose 8 percent to 6,025 rubles ($216) a metric ton last week, leading gains by grain prices, SovEcon said.

Third-grade milling wheat added 7 percent to 6,125 rubles a ton, the Moscow-based researcher said on its website. Feed wheat climbed 5.4 percent to 5,375 rubles a ton. Milling rye and feed barley were unchanged at 5,950 rubles a ton and 5,775 rubles a ton, respectively, SovEcon said. Sunflower seeds dropped 1.3 percent to 16,975 rubles a ton.

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